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  1. Study: When It Comes To Identifying As Multiracial, Gender Matters

    A new study shows that women with parents of different background are more likely to consider themselves "multiracial" than men.
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  2. The Curious Cookware Of A Williams-Sonoma Founder Lands In A Museum

    The late Chuck Williams of Williams-Sonoma collected 4,000 cooking artifacts from around the world. The vast collection will be the basis of a new museum run by the Culinary Institute of America.
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  3. Indonesia Makes Arrests Over Deadly Attack In Jakarta

    Police found an Islamic State flag at the site of the arrests, but it's not yet clear exactly how the suspects may have been linked to ISIS.
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  4. Diet Foods Are Tanking. So The Diet Industry Is Now Selling 'Health'

    Consumers are increasingly disillusioned with diet products and programs. But they're also confused by new terms like gluten-free and non-GMO, industry analysts and nutritionists say.
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  5. With Growing Investments, China's Influence In Autos Is Expanding

    For the first time on a mass scale, a car built in China will be on sale in the U.S., joining countless other Chinese-made products. It comes as Chinese firms invest billions in the auto industry.
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  6. Sarah Palin Endorses Donald Trump

    The Tea Party favorite is endorsing the GOP real estate magnate and reality TV star in a blow to a surging Texas Sen. Ted Cruz.
    News · NPR Story
  7. Shifting Colors Of An Octopus May Hint At A Rich, Nasty Social Life

    When the gloomy octopus of Australia turns dark and towers threateningly over his neighbor, he's likely signaling aggression, scientists now say. Neighbors get the message — they turn pale and flee.
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  8. Chef Trades Toque For Amish Beard, Opens Off-The-Grid Deli In Maine

    A Chicago chef tired of the kitchen grind moved his family off the grid to join an Amish community in Maine. He's now selling charcuterie and cheese from a cabin in the woods.
    News · NPR Story
  9. American Muslims Tackle Terrorism With Teens' Best Tool: The Internet

    These millennials and teenagers no longer want to stay silent. They are using what they know best — the Internet — to counter the Islamic State's propaganda.
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  10. China Blames Goats For 2015 Drop In Birth Rate

    China is scapegoating goats for a drop in the number of babies born last year — and hopes that the coming year of the monkey will be better.
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