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  1. Ayn Rand's Novel 'Ideal' To Be Published Next Year

    Rand wrote Ideal as a novel in 1934, but didn't like it and set it aside. Later, she reworked it as a play. The New American Library says Ideal will be published in the form in which Rand intended it.
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  2. A Century After Atrocities Against Armenians, An Unresolved Wound

    Some 1.5 million Armenians were killed or deported in the violence unleashed by Ottoman Turks starting in 1915. Turkey and Armenia still disagree on how to define these terrible events.
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  3. Exploding The Myth Of 'Unengaged' Students

    Video games will not save education and other misconceptions about where schools are headed.
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  4. Number Of Visitors At Hanging Lake Up 60 Percent This Year

    Nearly 80,000 people have made the hike to Hanging Lake already this year, up from 50,000 for the same period in 2014.
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  5. No Charges For Police Officer Who Killed Tamir Rice: Some Must-Read Reactions

    A grand jury declined to indict Timothy Loehmann, who fatally shot 12-year-old Tamir Rice in November 2014. Tamir had been in a park in Cleveland, playing with a borrowed air gun.
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  6. President Obama Has A Question For His Successor

    The president has conducted a few interviews of his own recently, so NPR asked him: What does he want to ask the next president?
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  7. Pope Francis Asks Central American Governments To Help Cuban Migrants

    Thousands of Cubans have been stuck in Costa Rica as they attempt to make their way to the United States.
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  8. Denver Goes Bold For Performing Arts Complex Transformation

    The city will discuss redevelopment of the Denver Performing Arts Complex during its last public meeting on Thursday and present a vision to Mayor Michael Hancock in January.
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  9. Commercial Buildings More Often Than Not Have Terrorism Insurance

    The Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, where a terrorist couple killed 14 people, is covered by terrorism insurance. In fact, 6 in 10 major U.S. businesses are insured for terrorism damage.
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  10. Cybersecurity Legislation Finds A Place In U.S. Budget Bill

    Congress has been trying to tackle cybersecurity for years. After several attempts to craft information-sharing legislation, the latest one has found its way into the must-pass federal spending bill.
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