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  1. Sid Caesar, Who Got Laughs Without Politics Or Putdowns, Dies At 91

    The comedian was one of early network TV's biggest stars, and he didn't do smut or smarmy remarks. Caesar did skits: grown-up, gentle comedy for the whole family. He died Wednesday morning at his home in Beverly Hills.
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  2. Halloween And Blackface: Same Story, Different Year

    Halloween is — uh, how do you say? — high season for writing about race. Each year, like clockwork, you can count on images of people sporting racist costumes.
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  3. Denver-based organization helps lead national effort to end homophobia in sports

    Through the organization You Can Play, professional, college and high school athletes are speaking out for their gay teammates
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  4. Brit Released From Guantanamo In '05 Is Arrested In U.K.

    Moazzam Begg was held by the U.S. for three years before being released from Guantanamo in 2005. He was never charged with anything. Now, British authorities are questioning him about trips to Syria.
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  5. Radio Dances: 'Tacos de Amor' by Sara Roybal and Johnny Keller

    Sara Roybal and Johnny Keller, husband and wife, choreograph a tap dance for the airwaves.
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  6. U.S. Checks For Stolen Passports, But Other Nations Fall Short

    Two men apparently boarded Malaysia Airlines flight 370 with stolen passports. The U.S. has safeguards to prevent that from happening on U.S.-bound flights, but other nations are not as diligent.
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  7. Rights Advocates See 'Access To Justice' Gap In U.S.

    Too many poor people are forced to go without legal counsel when facing challenges such as eviction, deportation or domestic violence, a new report says.
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  8. Young Doesn't Mean Invincible When It Comes To Strokes

    One-third of people who have strokes when they're young struggle with disability and loss of independence nine years later, a study finds. About 10 percent of strokes hit people under 50.
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  9. Is There A Better Way To Track Aircraft During Flight?

    Much of the technology we use to track a plane – like radar – is old. New technology is already out there, but their limited use and the cost of adoption are deterrents.
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  10. Congress likely to vote not to raise flood insurance rates

    The bill that passed the U.S. House delaying a massive rate hike heads to the Senate.
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