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  1. Attacks Raise Concern Over Islamic State's New Model Of Terror

    The terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday could be an early harbinger of a new, more professional kind of terrorist attack leveled against the West.
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  2. LISTEN: Political Correspondent Don Gonyea's Iowa Playlist

    NPR correspondent and music buff Don Gonyea takes listeners for a drive on the campaign trail in Iowa.
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  3. Colorado Saw Record Number Of Suicides In 2014

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  4. Tommy Caldwell might as well have climbed plate glass

    In case you missed it, Coloradan Tommy Caldwell and his climbing partner Kevin Jorgensen recently wrapped up a stunning 19-day achievement.
    News · Blog Post
  5. Budget Switch For Maryland Hospitals Is Starting To Pay Off

    Maryland has flipped financial incentives for hospitals. They get paid a set amount each year and can make money when patients are healthy and don't need hospital care.
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  6. Strong Jobs Data Point To Pricier Credit Cards For Christmas

    Economists are saying that October's surprisingly strong job growth will encourage the Federal Reserve to hike interest rates next month. So holiday shoppers may pay more for using credit cards.
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  7. Survey: MMR vaccine is safe, say 83 percent of U.S. adults

    Nine percent think such vaccines are not safe, and 7 percent say they don't know.
    News · Blog Post
  8. How Black Students At Mizzou Are Coping With This Week's Threats

    Since online threats targeting black students were posted online, black students have found ways to support each other.
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  9. Dexter Lewis Murder Trial Nears End

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  10. Colorado Springs Officials: Large Sinkhole Getting Bigger

    The sinkhole on North Chestnut Street was last measured at 25 feet deep, 15 feet wide and 25 feet long.
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