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  1. For marijuana-addicted teens, one Colorado school is trying a groundbreaking approach

    A new treatment program at Adams City High in Commerce City is helping students who are addicted to marijuana kick the habit. Slideshow: Encompass drug treatment pilot at Adams City High
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  2. Your Smartphone Is A Crucial Police Tool, If They Can Crack It

    Suspects' smartphones contain a wealth of information: calls, photos, GPS data. With so much info, it's often all police need to make a case. But with fast-changing phone technology, it can take work.
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  3. Feds Say New York's Metro-North Rail Line Values Punctuality Over Safety

    The Federal Railroad Administration launched an investigation after a derailment in December that killed four passengers and injured 70.
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  4. Fewer People Are Getting Infections In Hospitals, But Many Still Die

    More than 70,000 deaths a year are caused by hospital-acquired infections, a CDC survey of U.S. hospitals finds. The numbers are improving, doctors say, but not fast enough.
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  5. Girl Scout Sells Record 18,107 Boxes, Says She Can Move Samoa

    Katie Francis, a sixth-grader in Oklahoma City, had some sweet success and the old record apparently crumbled. One of her secrets: "Ask everybody that I see" to buy a box.
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  6. Stream Dragondeer's debut release "Don't That Feel Good"

    Listen to the new album "Don't That Feel Good" from Denver based psych-blues band Dragondeer, then get a limited edition physical copy at the Colorado Music Party at SXSW this year!
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  7. Cutting Spousal Benefits Might Not Save Firms Money After All

    UPS and other employers looking to reduce spending are cutting back on health care coverage for employees' spouses. But a new study shows that if every employer starts doing this, then nobody wins.
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  8. Preserving Audio For The Future Is A Race Against Time

    Old records are breaking, cassette tapes are warping, even digital recordings can become obsolete. The Library of Congress is working to save millions of the nation's recordings before they're lost.
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  9. Report: Obama Plans To End NSA Sweeps Of Phone Calls

    The National Security Agency may be getting out of the business of sweeping up and storing vast amounts of data on people's phone calls.
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  10. High Court's Pass On 'Fetal Pain' Abortion Case Unlikely To Cool Debate

    The Supreme Court's decision not to review a lower court ruling on Arizona's "fetal pain" law has abortion rights advocates hailing the move as a signal the court isn't inclined to take on the 40-year precedent of Roe v. Wade.
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