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  1. The Full-Fat Paradox: Whole Milk May Keep Us Lean

    Two recent studies add to the growing evidence that consuming dairy fat may actually fend off weight gain. Experts say it may be time to revisit the assumption that when it comes to dairy, fat free is always best.
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  2. Warm thoughts: Colorado Symphony summer schedule features DeVotchKa, Amos Lee at Red Rocks

    The orchestra plans some big shows at Colorado's famous natural amphitheater.
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  3. Congressman's Exit Closes Book On 'Watergate Babies'

    It wasn't just the gargantuan size of the Democratic class of 1974 that made it historic. The members of the class were young, relatively new to public office and remarkably certain they could remake Washington in their own image.
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  4. Report finds unacceptable sexual harrassment at CU Philosophy Dept.

    The report cites 15 complaints of sexual harrassment in the Philosophy Dept since 2007
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  5. California Bar Rejects Stephen Glass, Ex-Writer Who Fabricated Stories

    The court was unconvinced that Glass had changed his ways. Glass, the court said, failed to prove that he was of good moral character as the law requires.
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  6. Businesses Scramble To Deliver Valentine's Treats In Snow

    If you don't get those roses from your special someone, first consider that your gift might be held up by the weather. Small-business owners across the East Coast are working overtime and trekking through snow to get orders to their customers.
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  7. American WWII Bomb Unearthed, Defused In Hong Kong

    The 2,000-pound explosive caused an evacuation around the site as police and firefighters moved in to defuse the massive weapon.
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  8. After A Full Fall, A Few New TV Choices To Tide You Over

    November is over and so is the big fall TV season. But there are bright gifts among the off-season also-rans, including TNT's Mob City and a French series about the undead.
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  9. What's Good For Baby Camels Could Be Good For Human Skin

    A Jordanian woman brought her camel's milk skin-care line — and a biotech startup — to Missouri. Her company is studying how the long-acting antibodies in camel's milk can help clear up acne.
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  10. Risky Tech Fixes For Climate Becoming Likelier, Critic Warns

    As time runs out to put the brakes on global warming, world leaders seem loathe to reduce gas emissions, because it's politically hard, says social scientist Clive Hamilton. Instead, he worries, we'll try to engineer the atmosphere — a tech fix that sounds quicker and simpler – but is fraught with risk.
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