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  1. Unemployment Falls To 5.9 Percent, Lowest In 6 Years

    The U.S. economy also added 248,000 jobs last month, according to Bureau of labor Statistics data that were stronger than expected.
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  2. CPR Classical welcomes new host and producer

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  3. EU Court Orders France To Compensate Somali Pirates

    The European Court of Human Rights ruled that pirates, who hijacked two French vessels, should get up to 7,000 euros each because of a delay in producing them before a judge.
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  4. Medicine's Subtle Art Gives A Man The Chance To Breathe Again

    When Bob Smithson could no longer breathe on his own and surgeons wanted to operate, his doctor decided to take a chance on a different treatment. That decision gave Bob another chance at life.
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  5. Tech Week: Instagram Vs. Twitter And Europe Vs. Google

    Instagram beat Twitter on a key metric, but Twitter's co-founder says he doesn't care. And Google's woes in Europe continued as the tech giant shut down Google News in Spain over a new law there.
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  6. Does Snoring Leave Tots More Vulnerable To Childhood Obesity?

    Young kids who don't get enough shut-eye, or who are noisy breathers when they doze, are more likely to have weight issues as adolescents, a British study suggests.
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  7. Mexican megafarms supplying U.S. market are rife with labor abuses

    An investigation by the Los Angeles Times into labor camps on Mexican megafarms reveals appalling conditions. Reporter Richard Marosi says that U.S. consumers need to pressure retailers for change.
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  8. That Nest Egg Needs To Last As Long As You Do. So How Do You Start?

    You don't know how long you'll live, which makes it hard to know how much money you'll need to retire. But several approaches can help people nearing retirement make their money last.
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  9. Why Aren't World Leaders Angrier About Violence Against Women?

    That's what South African activist Bafana Khumalo wants to know. He's spoken out for 20 years. He protested at the White House today and will accept an award for his efforts tomorrow.
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  10. Nursing homes rarely penalized for oversedating patients

    An NPR probe finds many nursing homes are still prescribing schizophrenia drugs to calm dementia patients — despite FDA warnings — but only 2 percent of excessive-medication cases result in penalties.
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