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  1. Hundreds Of Rohingya Refugees Rescued At Sea After Fleeing Myanmar

    The Muslim minority has long been persecuted in the country also known as Burma. Many Bangladeshis were also rescued.
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  2. Colorado students get another break on standardized testing

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  3. Juan Pablo Montoya Wins Second Indy 500

    The Colombian native came from dead last to finish first. He won the event in 2000 as a rookie.
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  4. Five Years After BP Oil Spill, Experts Debate Damage To Ecosystem

    An effort is underway to figure out how the BP oil spill harmed the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem. The damage may not be as dire as feared, but researchers say it's too soon to know the long-term impacts.
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  5. Colleges To Students: Don't Trash Those Dorm Castoffs, Donate!

    As college students leave for the summer, many just throw away what they can't fit in the car for the ride home. But some schools are trying to find a new home for those campus castoffs.
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  6. School violence liability bill heads to governor's desk

    If the bill becomes law, Colorado would be among the few states to give express permission for victims to sue schools for negligence.
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  7. After A Big Victory For ISIS, Iraqi Forces Look To Regroup

    With a victory in Ramadi, the Islamic State controls a city just 70 miles from Baghdad. Many civilians are on the move, and Iraq's armed forces are again looking weak.
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  8. After A Month, The 7 Questions Hillary Clinton Answered From The Media

    Clinton ended a nearly monthlong avoidance of press questions, addressing the release of her emails, foreign donations to the Clinton foundation, the state of Iraq and more.
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  9. An English 'Family Business,' Dedicated To A 2,000-Year-Old Roman Fort

    Andrew Birley first visited Vindolanda, a Roman fort near the Scottish border, when he was still in his mother's womb. Now, he's the latest Birley to lead excavations at the site rich in artifacts.
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  10. Gyrocopter Pilot On His 'Incredible' Flight Onto Capitol Lawn

    Doug Hughes flew into Washington, D.C., on something resembling a hybrid bicycle and helicopter. He did it to protest money in politics, but he could face up to a decade in prison. He has no regrets.
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