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  1. An Object Of Desire: Hope And Yearning For The Internet In Cuba

    Without a doubt, the Internet in Cuba is tough. The politics are thorny; getting it is difficult. But there are signs that change is on the horizon.
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  2. Cool Atlantic, Warm Pacific Could Mean Few Hurricanes

    A cool Atlantic Ocean and a mild-to-moderate El Niño in the Pacific equatorial region have forecasters predicting only four or five Atlantic hurricanes this year.
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  3. 'Cromnibus' Spending Bill Passes, Just Hours Before Deadline

    Faced with uncertainty over Congress meeting its deadline to approve a bill, the House's leadership decided to vote on both a long-term spending bill and a stop-gap continuing resolution.
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  4. Denver students walk out of class in Ferguson protest

    "We’re here to support young black men who have been killed by officers," said senior Hali Morgan. "We’re tired of not having anything done about it."
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  5. Freddi Gowdy joins Chris Daniels & the Kings at OpenAir

    Colorado Music Hall of Famer Chris Daniels's band joined forces with funk musician Freddi Gowdy for a CPR Performance Studio session.
    OpenAir · Story
  6. Chicago Council Strongly Approves $13 Minimum Wage

    Saying that inflation has outpaced wage growth, the ordinance will raise the city's minimum wage to $10 by next July, with new increments added each summer thereafter.
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  7. Teaching The Holocaust: New Approaches For A New Generation

    Amid the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi death camps, a focus more on 'how Jews lived than about how they perished.'
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  8. To Weather Criticism, It Helps To Think Of The Big Picture

    Negative feedback is supposed to be good for us, but it sure doesn't feel so good. Shifting the context by thinking more broadly helps blunt the sting, a study found. So does embracing change.
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  9. Many Tunisians Vote In Key Test Of Arab Spring's Legacy

    Voter turnout has been reported at around 60 percent of the electorate, as Tunisians cast votes in their country's first full parliamentary election Sunday.
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  10. What's The Matter With Wendy Davis?

    The Texas state senator galvanized Democrats across the nation with her 11-hour filibuster to block restrictive abortion laws. Then she ran for governor — and got a big dose of political reality.
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