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  1. Ohio's Kasich Signs New Gun Law Expanding Concealed Carry In Day Cares, Colleges

    The new law will allow colleges and day cares to decide whether they want concealed weapons on their premises; it will also extend to public areas of airport terminals.
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  2. As Sleep Improves, So Does An Injured Brain

    After a serious brain injury, people often sleep just a few minutes at a time. As the brain heals, sleep patterns begin to return to normal. The link suggests restoring sleep could improve recovery.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  3. Undercover With Colorado's 3UP Border Militia

    A senior editor at Mother Jones joined dozens of armed militia members, including several from Colorado's Three Percent United Patriots, as they traveled to patrol the U.S.-Mexico border.
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  4. Mumps Bump: Cases Rise In Iowa, Illinois And Arkansas

    Mumps spreads easily through schools and colleges. And in northwestern Arkansas, where the current outbreak is centered, students often live in close quarters with their families.
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  5. I'm Feeling Like An Adult Stepchild

    Dear Sugar Radio is a podcast offering "radical empathy" and advice for the lost, lonely and heartsick. Today the hosts talk about a complicated relationship between an adult woman and her stepfather.
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  6. Keeping The Family Peace In A Scorched-Earth Political Season

    Families tell us how they're coping with political disagreements in an angry year.
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  7. Congo A 'Powder Keg' As Security Forces Crack Down On Whistling Demonstrators

    The government is suppressing rallies against President Joseph Kabila extending his term past the constitutional two-term limit. There are reports more than 20 people have been killed at protests.
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  8. In Taped Confession, Charleston Church Shooter Says 'We All Know I Am Guilty'

    The man accused of murdering nine people in the basement of a historically black church in Charleston, S.C., told FBI investigators he was motivated by racial hatred.
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  9. Consultant To Ensure Colorado Inmates Don't Languish In Jail

    The consultant will review reports and visit facilities, among other duties.
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  10. Tennis Star Petra Kvitova Badly Injured By Knife-Wielding Attacker

    The two-time Wimbledon champion sustained "severe" injuries to her left hand, her playing hand, during a home invasion. She said she is "fortunate to be alive."
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