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  1. Jane Goodall Puts Faith In New Generations During Colo. Visit

    Now 81, the famous conservationist focuses heavily on her youth-driven program "Roots & Shoots," which has a presence throughout Colorado.
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  2. Peaceful Protests In Missouri After Latest Police Shooting

    A few hundred gathered for a vigil and march for 18-year-old Antonio Martin, who was fatally shot by a police officer on Tuesday.
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  3. Targeted By ISIS, These Yazidis Refused To Leave Their Beloved Mountain

    After ISIS took their villages in Iraq, hundreds of members of the religious minority survived on wild plants and tomato paste through a bitterly cold winter on a mountain they consider miraculous.
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  4. Colorado Camper Missing In Alaska

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  5. BLM's Wild Horse Roundup Again Raises Eyebrows

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  6. The Paris Attacks: What We Know Right Now

    French media report police have found a getaway car and are looking for a suspect. An extra 3,000 troops are expected to be deployed across France, and French jets have conducted airstrikes in Syria.
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  7. As Big Food Feels Threat Of Climate Change, Companies Speak Up

    A warming climate is likely to disrupt global food production, which has Big Food companies worried. Some, like Mars, are becoming increasingly vocal advocates for action on greenhouse gas emissions.
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  8. Colorado Springs bomb suspect had 'different motive' than NAACP attack

    FBI says target of suspect's "criminal actions was not the NAACP."
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  9. Brussels Cautiously Opens For Business As Search For Suspects Continues

    Although the city remains on high alert, schools, businesses and subway stations are reopening — with the conspicuous addition of armed soldiers and police officers around the city.
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  10. Malaysian Leader Faces Corruption Scandal As He Prepares To Meet Obama

    Malaysia's leader is at the center of a swirling scandal involving millions — if not billions — in missing money. It's complicating a crucial U.S. relationship in Southeast Asia.
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