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  1. 4 Indicted In 'Largest U.S. Bank Breach Ever,' Justice Says

    The criminal ring stole the personal data of more than 100 million people, the federal indictment says, adding that the targeted companies include "one of the world's largest financial institutions."
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  2. U.S. Will Launch New 'National Alert System' For Terrorist Threats

    Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said he'll announce the new system "in the coming days." The goal is to inform the public at large about the threat and the government's response.
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  3. After The Aurora Theater Shooting, A Search For A Better Victims' Fund

    Donations flowed in from around the world after the 2012 attack and the governor ultimately called in an expert to sort a mess.
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  4. Fifty Years Of Steve Reich's 'It's Gonna Rain'

    In 1965, a happy accident with tape machines, and the words of a Pentecostal preacher, helped launch the celebrated composer's career.
    Classical · NPR Story
  5. Treating Prisoners With Hepatitis C May Be Worth The Hefty Price

    About 15 percent of people in prison are infected with hepatitis C. Screening and treating inmates would save $750 million over 30 years and prevent many new cases in the general public.
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  6. Why Denver Voters Are Being Asked To Help Fund College Scholarships

    The ballot measure is unique in the nation. If it succeeds, $.08 of every $100 spent will help local students pay for college.
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  7. Many Americans Believe They Don't Need The Flu Vaccine

    An NPR poll finds nearly two-thirds of adults got this year's flu vaccine or plan to get it. Many of those who are skipping vaccination cite a lack of need and worries about side effects.
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  8. The CDC Gives U.S. Schools Low Marks In Sex Ed

    The topics least likely to be taught were how to get and use condoms. See the breakdown of which subjects make it into the classroom, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
    News · NPR Story
  9. JeffCo Recall Backers Say People, Not Money, Key To Win

    "We pushed back against an agenda that wasn’t good for our schools,” said Ron Mitchell, a retired JeffCo teacher and principal.
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  10. Weld County Students To Get $3,000 College Scholarships

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