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  1. Chipotle Served With New Subpoena

    The disclosure came as Chipotle announced its fourth earnings results.
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  2. I'm Not Sad About Prince, But Let Me Explain

    NPR's Sarah McCammon grew up in a conservative evangelical home in the Midwest. When Prince died and purple filled her newsfeeds, she felt like an outsider watching a ritual she couldn't fully join.
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  3. The Mardi Gras Indian Of 'Lemonade'

    In "Lemonade," Beyoncé's much-discussed visual album, a girl resplendent in white plumage appears. It's a nod to the pop star's New Orleans roots and loaded with the region's racial history.
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  4. Activists Say Airstrike On Syrian Refugee Camp Kills At Least 28 Civilians

    Only civilians fleeing violence were staying in the targeted camp, activists say. Only the Syrian regime and its allies conduct airstrikes in the area.
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  5. N.C. Will Miss Deadline To Respond To Justice Department About LGBT Law

    A North Carolina law that restricts which bathrooms transgender people can use violates the Civil Rights Act, the DOJ says. State House Speaker Tim Moore says lawmakers won't take action by Monday.
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  6. First House Incumbent Loses Primary, Plus 4 Other Important Down-Ballot Results

    The Democratic establishment's favored candidates won in two Senate contests, and a millionaire wine mogul's $12.4 million went down the drain in the most expensive House primary this year.
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  7. These Earth-Saving Robots Might Be The Future Recyclers

    Apple recently unveiled Liam, a robot with 29 arms that takes apart iPhones so materials can be recycled and reused. As we accumulate more waste, recycling robots like Liam might become more common.
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  8. Seeking Adventure And Gold In The Rockies? Crack This Poem And Head Out

    An eccentric millionaire from Santa Fe hid a chest full of gold and precious gems in the Rocky Mountains six years ago. Today, thousands of treasure hunters are obsessed with finding it.
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  9. 5 Headlines: Donald Trump Dominates In Nevada Caucuses

    At one caucus, "just four people took the stage, including former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, who drew a chorus of boos when he announced his support for Ted Cruz," a newspaper reports.
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  10. Churchill Downer: The Forgotten Racial History Of Kentucky's State Song

    "My Old Kentucky Home" is sung every year at the Kentucky Derby. Written in 1852 as an anti-slavery ballad, the song has a more sinister meaning upon closer examination.
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