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  1. Many Missing After Massive Fire At Seniors' Home In Quebec

    Flames tore through a seniors' residence early Thursday in a town about 280 miles northeast of Montreal. At least three people were killed. Early reports from officials on the scene indicated that as many as 30 more people had not been accounted for in the hours immediately after the blaze.
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  2. Bill aims to encourage doctors to give rural Colorado a try

    More than half of Colorado's counties are struggling to recruit and retain enough doctors, and the problem is especially acute away from the cities. Now lawmakers want to do something about it.
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  3. Obama Says U.S. And EU Will 'Stand Firm' With Ukraine

    The president says the U.S. will not recognize Crimea's moves to split from Ukraine. The U.S. and its allies imposed more sanctions on Russia, which stands accused of interfering in Ukraine's affairs.
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  4. A Syrian Refugee Camp With Girl Scouts And A Safeway Store

    Three years into Syria's civil war, a resigned stability and a sense of permanence are taking hold at the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan.
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  5. Computers That Know What You Need, Before You Ask

    Programs — some already on your smartphone — are preparing useful information based on your past behavior, ushering in the era of predictive, or anticipatory, computing.
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  6. Sandwich Monday: The Shamrock Shake

    For this week's Sandwich Monday, we try the classic McDonald's seasonal offering: The Shamrock Shake. Does green mean go?
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  7. Elias String Quartet plays Haydn, Debussy, Kurtag in Denver

    What critics are saying about the ensemble's current concert tour.
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  8. Gov. Hickenlooper discusses flooding, marijuana use, defense of marriage ban

    In our regular conversation with Gov. John Hickenlooper, he addresses whether he feels the attorney general should go to court to enforce the state's constitutional ban on gay marriage. He also talks about flood recovery, the minimum wage and what marijuana sales tax revenue should be spent on.
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  9. Economic Sanctions Play Out In Strange Ways In Iran

    Upscale Iranian malls still sell iPads and iPhones and its shops and cafes are stocked and full, but chemical weapons victims have trouble getting medicines and prices for food basics have gone up.
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  10. Gay Couples Entitled To Equal Family Health Coverage, Fed Says

    Insurers must give spouses in same-sex marriages identical coverage offered to those in traditional marriages, the government says. The rule applies to all married couples, no matter where they live.
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