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  1. High-Profile Russian Trials Bring International Criticism

    The conviction of a Ukrainian filmmaker is one of several cases in Russia that have drawn protests from human-rights groups and Western governments, including the U.S.
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  2. Gay Couple Wins Court Round Against Lakewood Baker

    The court rejected the baker's argument that making a wedding cake for a gay couple violated his first amendment rights.
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  3. British Airways Jet Catches Fire On Runway, Sparking Emergency Exit

    An engine on a plane at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas caught fire as it was preparing for takeoff. All passengers and crew escaped, though 14 people were injured in the rush to get out.
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  4. What Happens After You Get That Mammogram

    What are the odds that you'll get a false positive when you get a mammogram? How likely is it that it will detect cancer? Here's one way to look at it.
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  5. National Geographic Reshapes Itself In $725 Million Deal With 21st Century Fox

    The 127-year-old National Geographic magazine will be part of a new venture called National Geographic Partners; Fox will own 73 percent.
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  6. From Dock To Dish: A New Model Connects Chefs To Local Fishermen

    Prominent chefs are signing up for restaurant-supported fisheries: They commit to buying fresh-caught seafood, whatever the species, from local small fishermen. A pilot program launched in California.
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  7. Obama To Rename Continent's Highest Peak From Mount McKinley To Denali

    Efforts to change the mountain's name back to Denali date back to 1975. The White House says changing the name back "recognizes the sacred status of Denali to generations of Alaska Natives."
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  8. A Milestone For A Beloved Monarch

    Queen Elizabeth II today becomes Great Britain's longest-reigning royal, overtaking Victoria, who ruled for 63 years, seven months and two days. She's marking the occasion by opening a railway line.
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  9. EPA Triples Estimate Of Mine Waste Released Into Cement Creek, Animas River

    EPA toxicologist Deborah McKean says the sludge laced with heavy metals moved so quickly after the spill that it would not have harmed animals that consumed it.
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  10. Virginia Television Station Holds Moment Of Silence To Honor Slain Journalists

    The station paused at 6:45 a.m. to remember reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward, who were killed during a live broadcast.
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