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  1. New film about gay rodeo busts cowboy stereotypes

    LGBT riders from Colorado and the rest of the West compete in a rodeo circuit designed for them.
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  2. Why gas patch residents should test their water regularly

    A new CU-Boulder program teaches residents who live near oil and gas development how to monitor their water.
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  3. ‘Star Wars’ fandom takes flight with intergalactic music, celebrations in Denver

    Listen to the Itchy-O Marching Band, performing as part of this weekend’s “May the Fourth Be With You” celebrations.
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  4. A Window To Executions: How To Cover Death For A Living

    Michael Graczyk has been witnessing and writing about executions in Texas for 30 years as a criminal justice reporter for The Associated Press. One challenge, he says, is not falling into a formula.
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  5. Long-Lost Wreck Off San Francisco Recalls Anti-Chinese History

    The City of Chester, which sank in 1888 after colliding with the liner Oceanic, has been found. At the time, false reports that the other ship's Chinese crew failed to assist stoked racial hatred.
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  6. Joseph Kony Is Back In The News. Do Teenagers Still Care?

    American teenagers turned a 2012 video about the African warlord into an Internet sensation. Two years on, it shows the possibilities and limitations in social media marketing.
    News · NPR Story
  7. Killer Tornadoes Rip Through Arkansas, Oklahoma

    The most powerful of the twisters touched down north of Little Rock and tore an 80-mile path through the area. At least 17 people have died.
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  8. Rep. Michael Grimm To Face Criminal Charges, Lawyer Says

    The exact charges haven't been announced. The Staten Island lawmaker and former FBI agent, who was first elected to Congress in 2010, has been under investigation for campaign finance and fraud.
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  9. Many Seniors Accepted To First-Choice Colleges Go Elsewhere

    Almost half of college freshmen surveyed last year had enrolled in schools that weren't at the top of their list — not because they didn't get in, but because of costs.
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  10. The Jewish Kid From New Jersey Who Became A Radical Islamist

    Yousef al-Khattab was born Jewish but became a Muslim and put extremist propaganda on the Web. On the eve of sentencing for terrorism charges, he tells NPR his actions were "stupid" and "wrong."
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