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  1. VIDEO: A 4-Year-Old With A Crossover Dribble

    Basketball player Josiah Brown can dribble with either hand; he has a spin move and he regularly hits shots from outside the lane. But he's still just 4.
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  2. How Congress Can Stop A Nuclear Deal With Iran

    As President Obama unveiled a framework of a deal with Iran on its nuclear program, Congress was out of town. Next week, they're back and could prevent sanctions from being lifted.
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  3. 'Game Of Thrones' And 'Veep' Anchor HBO's Killer Sunday Lineup

    HBO's Game of Thrones, Veep and Silicon Valley all start new seasons Sunday. NPR TV critic Eric Deggans says these three shows just might form the best Sunday night lineup on television this spring.
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  4. Indiana's Governor Signs 'Religious Freedom' Bill

    Among other things, the controversial new law would allow owners of businesses in the state to deny services to same-sex couples.
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  5. White House Says It Supports Efforts To Ban Gay Conversion Therapy

    Responding to an online petition seeking the ban, the White House said that science overwhelmingly demonstrates that conversion therapy hurts gay and transgender minors.
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  6. Sri Lanka's Transition Of Power Maybe Not So Peaceful After All

    When President Mahinda Rajapaksa lost in last week's elections, he said he looked forward to "the peaceful transition of power." But the new government says he tried for a last-minute power grab.
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  7. Learning To Love The Ocean After A Lifetime Of Fearing It

    Triathlete Tim Bomba has spent a decade helping people feel comfortable swimming in the ocean. But before he could do that, he had to overcome his own fear of the water at the age of 52.
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  8. TruTV picks up Denver's Grawlix comedy series

    "Those Who Can't" was created by and stars the Denver comedy trio known as The Grawlix: Adam Cayton-Holland, Andrew Orvedahl, and Ben Roy.
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  9. A Woman's Journey From Cancer Diagnosis To 'Professional Patient'

    Advances in cancer treatments have made some forms of the disease a chronic condition. But protracted treatment, even when successful, comes at a high personal toll for patients and their families.
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  10. Officer In S.C. Shooting Previously Accused Of Using Excessive Force

    An inquiry exonerated Michael Slager of claims he used excessive force against an unarmed man he thought was a suspect. Slager was charged with murder this week for killing an unarmed man.
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