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  1. Brooklyn Prosecutor Could Be Nominated Attorney General In Coming Days

    Loretta Lynch, the top federal prosecutor in Brooklyn, could be nominated to lead the Justice Department in the coming days. She'd be the first African-American woman to hold the post.
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  2. U.S. Will Send Up To 1,500 More Military Personnel To Iraq

    The new personnel will serve "in a non-combat role to train, advise, and assist Iraqi Security Forces, including Kurdish forces," White House press secretary Josh Earnest says.
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  3. Tech Week: Tim Cook's Reveal, Net Neutrality And Big Data Dishes

    Tim Cook publicly acknowledged that he's gay, the head of the Federal Communications Commission may have another net neutrality plan and IBM's supercomputer is helping chefs create new dishes.
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  4. Guinea Is Seeing More Ebola Cases: Can The Trend Be Stopped?

    The country where the outbreak began is now seeing an uptick in the number of new patients. Marc Poncin of Doctors Without Borders explains why — and what's being done to bring things under control.
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  5. She Lost Her Fiance To Ebola But Found A New Mission

    Decontee Davis survived Ebola, but her fiance died of the virus. Now she is working with children whose parents have had the disease — and spreading the word that early treatment is critical.
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  6. Why Colorado's Africans are a rising political force

    Africans make up Colorado's second-largest immigrant group, but until recently, they haven't played much of a role in the state's political life. That's changing now.
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  7. 530 Years After Death, Richard III To Be Reburied In Leicester

    Descendants of the king had sued to block his burial in Leicester Cathedral, arguing his roots were in York. But a court ruled Friday his remains can stay in the city where they were found in 2012.
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  8. JeffCo school board sent message via new 'A(ctual) P(eople's)' play

    The Romero Theater Troupe's new drama, “An A(ctual) P(eople's) History of Colorado: A Play in Solidarity with the Students & Teachers of Jeffco,” highlights little-known Colorado activists.
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  9. Astronomers Glimpse Distant Planetary Nursery

    Images produced by a giant radio telescope array in Chile's Atacama desert show a nascent star and what's thought to be its solar system in the process of being born.
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  10. Colorado healthcare system preps for surge of seniors

    The “senior tsunami” is set to stretch the state’s social safety net, raising questions about who will care for a greying Colorado.
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