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  1. Casey Kasem, Legendary Radio DJ, Dies

    Kasem was the host of the American Top 40 countdown and was known for voicing cartoon characters like Shaggy on Scooby-Doo.
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  2. It's Pink, It's Fresh, It's Everywhere: Rosé Is Rising!

    Years ago, your wine snob friends would have laughed if you brought a rosé out for Father's Day. Now rosé is the summer's coolest wine, not to mention a lot more complex than you thought.
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  3. Fruit Juice Vs. Soda? Both Beverages Pack In Sugar, Health Risks

    Juice seems more natural and healthful than soda because it comes from fruit. But a study found that fruit juices have almost as much fructose as soda, which may make them just as unhealthful for you.
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  4. Despite Va. Order, Car Services Uber, Lyft Refuse To Pull Over

    The smartphone-linked services have run afoul of taxi drivers who accuse them of having lax insurance and background checks.
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  5. Unstealing Treasures: A Reverse Burglary

    The American desert was once filled with hidden treasures — Native American baskets, pots — but no longer. They've been looted. Now, a reverse burglary. Time to return the loot.
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  6. OpenAir's concert picks for June: Andrew Bird, Chet Faker, SHEL and more

    June brings a plethora of great live music shows to venues both indoor and outdoor in Colorado.
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  7. Striking Train Workers Add To Brazil's World Cup Woes

    There was chaos in Brazil on Friday as striking workers and police clashed and commuters jammed onto overcrowded buses. The list of headaches is growing ahead of next week's World Cup kickoff.
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  8. Dancing On A Lark: Gov. Christie Struts His Stuff On 'Tonight Show'

    The New Jersey governor showed the Evolution of Dad Dancing with Jimmy Fallon, the show's host.
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  9. Unbeliebable: Justin Offends Asian Fans With Shrine Visit

    While visiting Tokyo, the pop star posed for photos in front of the highly controversial Yasukini Shrine, which honors Japanese war criminals.
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  10. Quick DNA Tests Crack Medical Mysteries Otherwise Missed

    Scientists used high-powered DNA sequencing to diagnose infections missed by usual lab tests. The pricey method is still experimental, but might offer a way to identify tough-to-diagnose infections.
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