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  1. Unidentified Remains To Be In Repository At Sept. 11 Museum

    Thousands of remains will be coming to "the sacred ground of the World Trade Center site" this year, officials say. Family members will have a private seating area. The public will not have access.
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  2. Kids Think The Darndest Thoughts

    Children believe all sorts of things growing up, but kid logic isn't that different from adult logic.
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  3. Senate Slugfest Highlights Hawaii's Changing Political Landscape

    The contentious Democratic primary for the seat once held by the late longtime Sen. Daniel Inouye has placed age, gender and ethnicity at center stage.
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  4. Apples Vs. Oranges: Google Tool Offers Ultimate Nutrition Smackdown

    Lawyers may tell you not to compare apples with oranges. But Google's new tool allows you to compare the nutrition of any food in a huge government database. You might even learn something surprising.
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  5. U.S. Sending More Troops To Hunt For Ugandan Warlord Joseph Kony

    The leader of the tiny Lord's Resistance Army is wanted for turning young captives into soldiers and for brutality that stretches across several nations. Social media helped spread the word about him.
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  6. How Ukraine's Presidential Documents Got Online So Fast

    When Ukraine President Viktor Yanukovych fled Kiev, he left a trove of documents at his estate. Journalists spent the weekend in a house that had once been off-limits, going over the papers.
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  7. Robert Strauss, Former Party Chairman And Powerbroker, Dies At 95

    Strauss, a well-connected Texas lawyer who served as chairman of the Democratic National Committee, advised presidents from both parties.
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  8. OpenAir at SXSW: Mike Flanagan on last night's tragedy

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  9. Commuters Ditch Cars For Public Transit In Record Numbers

    More Americans are hopping on a bus or taking a train to get to work. Public transit ridership in the U.S. is now at the highest that it has been in more than half a century.
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  10. Japan To Turn Over Nuclear Stockpile To U.S. For Safe Keeping

    Tokyo had long maintained the cache of highly enriched uranium and weapons-grade plutonium for research purposes. The deal is a major nonproliferation victory for the White House.
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