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  1. Doctors Often Fail To Treat Depression Like A Chronic Illness

    A single visit probably won't do the job if depression is the diagnosis. But primary care physicians often fall short on follow-up and education, a study finds. Time constraints are one big issue.
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  2. Colorado Struggles To Connect Food Stamps With The Needy, A New Report Says

    Hunger Free Colorado says the state is ranked 46th in the nation for access to food stamps.
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  3. For Some Trump Supporters, KKK Questions Are 'Overblown'

    As he campaigns through southern states in advance of Super Tuesday, Donald Trump has downplayed the endorsement of former KKK leader David Duke.
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  4. Puerto Rico Races To Stop Zika's Mosquitoes Before Rains Begin

    The Aedes aegypti mosquito is an old foe, spreading yellow fever and dengue on the islands long before Zika gained a foothold. How do you stop an insect that can breed in a teaspoonful of stale water?
    CPR News · NPR Story
  5. Hostage Situation Warning Came Too Late, VA Clinic Staff Say

    A patient at the clinic held a nurse hostage for round 10 minutes before being taken into custody.
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  6. Zero-tolerance School Discipline Criticized

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  7. Michael Hayden: Blame Intel Agencies, Not White House, For Getting Iraq Wrong

    The former NSA chief said the intelligence agencies were convinced that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. Hayden discusses his role in an interview with NPR's Robert Siegel.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  8. Garfield County Cuts Grant For Planned Parenthood

    Garfield County commissioner Tom Jankovsky says the county's grant money shouldn't go to political organizations.
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  9. Sure, There's More Hiring. But When Will Wages Rebound?

    The latest jobs report showed a surprisingly strong hiring surge, with employers adding 242,000 jobs last month. But a pinch in earnings and hours disappointed those looking for a pickup in paychecks.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  10. Planned Parenthood Shooting Victim To Be Laid To Rest

    Hundreds of people are expected at Friday's funeral for Garrett Swasey in Colorado Springs, which will be followed a procession to the cemetery.
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