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  1. The Upside Of All This Cold? A Boom In Ice Cider

    Canada invented ice cider in the '90s. Now it's becoming trendy and Vermont wants to cash in, too. The frigid winter has been just the stuff to turn the state's frozen apples into tasty dessert wine.
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  2. Niger Extradites Moammar Gadhafi's Son To Libya

    Saadi Gadhafi, who is accused in connection with crackdowns on anti-regime protesters in the lead up to his father's 2011 ouster, had been under house arrest in the West African country.
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  3. Customers Rush To Retail Store In Connecticut To Buy Obamacare

    Connecticut opened retail stores to market its health insurance exchange. Some customers are getting insurance for the first time and others are hoping to lower their premiums.
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  4. For marijuana-addicted teens, one Colorado school is trying a groundbreaking approach

    A new treatment program at Adams City High in Commerce City is helping students who are addicted to marijuana kick the habit. Slideshow: Encompass drug treatment pilot at Adams City High
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  5. Prosecutors Say D.C. Mayor Knew About Shadow Campaign

    This is the first time prosecutors have directly linked Vincent Gray to the secret effort waged on his behalf in 2010. Gray is seeking a second term in office.
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  6. See More, Eat More: The Geography Of Fast Food

    The more fast food you encounter where you live and work, the likelier you are to be obese, research shows. That suggests policies limiting fast-food outlets in neighborhoods may be onto something.
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  7. Cops Can't Have Sex With Prostitutes, Hawaiian Lawmakers Say

    Legislators were surprised and outraged to learn that a decades-old state law made it legal in some cases for undercover cops to have sexual relations with prostitutes. They're vowing to change that.
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  8. Taliban Militants Attack Kabul Hotel, Killing 9

    The gunmen apparently entered the Serena hotel and made it through security with pistols in their socks. They were killed in a standoff.
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  9. El Niño adding to flood concerns in northern Colorado

    Near-record snowpack, El Niño weather pattern and high groundwater levels are adding to flood risk in northern Colorado.
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  10. Detroit's William Clay Ford Dies At Age 88

    William Clay Ford, a descendant of auto industry pioneer Henry Ford and owner of the Detroit Lions, has died at age 88. He bought the NFL team in 1963.
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