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  1. Are You A Sucker If You Like Mast Brothers Chocolate?

    The Mast Brothers have been called the "celebrity hipster chocolatiers" of Brooklyn. Lately, they've been accused of defrauding their customers. But that depends on how their chocolate tastes to you.
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  2. N.M. Governor Apologizes Over Attempt To Quash Noise Complaints, Cites Snowballs

    In audio recordings, the governor is heard telling police dispatchers there's no need to send officers — and demanding to know who complained.
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  3. Looking At Violence In America With A Financial Lens

    Health economist Ted Miller analyzes the financial toll of violence like mass shootings. He says the total cost of firearm injury in America is $235 billion a year.
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  4. What American Muslims Do On Christmas: New Traditions Emerge

    For some American Muslims, Christmas is a day to read the Quran's passages about the birth of Jesus — he's a prophet in Islam, too. For others, it's a day to trim the tree, or just relax.
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  5. Black Hills Energy Makes Deal For $100M Wind Farm

    The Peak View Wind Project, if approved by regulators, would be built in Huerfano and Las Animas counties.
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  6. Which Burns More Kilowatt-Hours: America's Christmas Lights Or Tanzania?

    As you might have guessed, the answer is not Tanzania. So the holiday season is a good time to reflect on ... electricity.
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  7. A Year Of Ebola: Memorable Moments From Our Reporters' Notebooks

    They remember an early survivor, the crying baby, the teenager who wouldn't give up, the woman who had only bananas to eat, people shaking hands again despite the risks.
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  8. In A Rare Protest, Russian Truckers Rally Against Putin's Highway Tax

    Long-haul truck drivers are protesting new road fees they say will hurt their business. The drivers are part of the blue-collar workforce that normally gives President Putin his strongest support.
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  9. Homeless Veterans Face Challenges Beyond The Rental Check

    Thousands of homeless military vets have government vouchers for rent. But landlords aren't always willing to accept them, partly because of tight housing markets and stereotypes about the tenants.
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  10. US Home Prices Rise; Denver Near Top, Again

    Since 2000, Denver home prices have risen by about 70 percent.
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