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  1. Investigation: Army Kicked Out Thousands Of Soldiers With Brain Injuries, Mental Health Issues

    A secret tape leads to an investigation and questions about the treatment of troops at Fort Carson.
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  2. 'Paris Is A Party': Responding To Tragedy, France Turns To Hemingway

    Ernest Hemingway's memoir A Moveable Feast is being celebrated for what it, in turn, celebrates: Paris as an exciting place of ideas, a nexus of people who love life and the arts.
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  3. From Deadbeat To Dead Broke: The 'Why' Behind Unpaid Child Support

    Despite a decades-long crackdown, much of the $113 billion in child support debt will never be paid because those who owe it are too poor. President Obama is proposing changes to address this reality.
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  4. On #WorldKindnessDay, A Onetime Mango Thief Tells Why Kindness Counts

    Yes, it's a real holiday. To learn more about the nature of kindness, we spoke to Kennedy Odede, whose life was transformed by the kindness of strangers.
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  5. Loneliness May Warp Our Genes, And Our Immune Systems

    Loneliness takes a toll on many aspects of health, in part because it activates a fight-or-flight immune response. That may have helped ancestors survive lonely exile, but can slowly kill us today.
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  6. First Gold King Mine Spill Congressional Hearing Opens

    The chairman of the House Science Committee called EPA's actions "inexcusable" in causing a toxic spill at an abandoned Colorado mine.
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  7. China's Renminbi Gets A Stamp Of Approval From The IMF

    The IMF's decision to add the renminbi, also called the yuan, to its basket of reserve currencies is a new mark of prestige for the world's second-largest economy.
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  8. Expanded Medicaid Coverage Means More Women Get Mammograms

    Low-income women were 25 percent more likely to get screened for breast cancer in states that expanded their Medicaid programs early under the Affordable Care Act.
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  9. A Day After His Death, Frei Otto Awarded Pritzker Architecture Prize

    The prize's jury, in its citation, said the German architect had developed "a most sensitive architecture that has influenced countless others throughout the world." Otto died Monday. He was 89.
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  10. 2 Israeli Teens Found Guilty In 2014 Killing Of Palestinian Youth

    The two teens are are expected to be sentenced in January. A ruling on the accused ringleader, 31-year-old Yosef Haim Ben-David, has been delayed.
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