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  1. Mine Wastewater Floods Countryside In Brazil After 2 Dams Fail

    The flooding overwhelmed houses, leaving a coating of mud — and in one case, setting a car atop a structure's walls. Rescue crews are still looking for survivors. At least one person has died.
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  2. Garfield County To Launch Free Mobile Lunches For Children

    The mobile program is the most recent attempt to provide meals to children in struggling families in a region where food security is a continual problem.
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  3. A Cooking Class Where New Immigrants Learn The Recipe For English

    A program in Philadelphia folds lessons in English as a second language into a cooking class. The goal is to add a dash of the familiar to ESL class for new arrivals, and teach healthful eating, too.
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  4. Long-Term Depression May Boost Stroke Risk Long After Mood Improves

    Even after the psychological pain is effectively treated, damage from long years of depression may linger. It seems to double the risk of stroke among adults over age 50, research suggests.
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  5. NFL Report: Concussion Diagnoses Increased 32 Percent

    The NFL says increased concussion reporting shows a positive "culture change" in the league, which is under pressure to make the game safer.
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  6. #NPRreads: 4 Pieces To Ponder This Weekend

    Iowa's polling queen, the odd allure of the New Hampshire primary, Hillary Clinton's Killer Mike problem — plus, outside the world of politics, a fascinating 17th-century Spanish dictionary. Really.
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  7. Denver Writer Harry MacLean Explores 'The Joy Of Killing' In New Novel

    After writing several gruesome and true accounts of small town murders, the writer turns to fiction, but sticks with violence.
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  8. The Audacious Korean-American Chef Who Mastered 'Mission Chinese Food'

    Born in Korea, raised in Oklahoma, Danny Bowien was an adult when he taught himself to make Chinese food. That DIY vibe to his cooking has made him a rising star. Now he's written a cookbook.
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  9. Xerox To Split Into 2 Companies: 1 For Documents, 1 For Processes

    Xerox doesn't just make printers and copiers, it offers business services. Now, months after activist investor Carl Icahn announced a stake in Xerox, the operations will become independent firms.
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  10. Download NPR's 2016 Iowa Briefing Book

    In honor of the Iowa caucuses, NPR Politics has a gift for you: everything you need to know about the caucuses and this election season in one handy PDF download.
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