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  1. Special Coverage: CPR's countdown to the Super Bowl

    From superfan dedication to recipe suggestions, musical smack-talk and hometown pride, Colorado Public Radio has the Super Bowl coverage you won't find anywhere else.
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  2. Press Here To Say You Survived The Latest Bomb In Lebanon

    Lebanese student Sandra Hassan made an app to tell people you're still alive. She published it in a moment of frustration after yet another car bomb went off in Beirut, and it's getting a lot more attention that she had originally imagined.
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  3. Tech Companies Release Details On Surveillance Data

    Google, Yahoo and others said they received thousands of secret-court-approved government requests for their users' content. The companies said only a small percentage of their users were affected by the requests.
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  4. Nadal Sweeps Federer To Advance To Australian Open Final

    Spain's Rafael Nadal reaches his third Australian Open championship after defeating his longtime Swiss rival 7-6(4), 6-3, 6-3 Friday in Melbourne. Nadal faces Stan Wawrinka in the final.
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  5. Poem: 'What Would Martha Do?' describes life in the American West

    Award-winning cowgirl poet Yvonne Hollenbeck performed at the 2014 Colorado Cowboy Gathering. Some of her poetry addresses the realities of modern life in the American West.
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  6. U.S. One Step Closer To Future Where Cars Talk To Each Other

    The technology, the Department of Transportation says, could mitigate 70 to 80 percent of accidents. The agency is not talking about self-driving cars; instead it's talking about a system that alerts drivers to dangers.
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  7. Debate: Is The Affordable Care Act Beyond Repair?

    Two teams of medical doctors and political columnists face off over the hot-button health care law in the latest Intelligence Squared debate. Is Obamacare fundamentally flawed or poised to transform the health care system for the better?
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  8. Utah School Draws Ire For Taking Kids' Lunches; Debt Cited

    Anger and frustration followed an incident Tuesday, in which up to 40 students had their lunches taken away from them at the cashier's station in an elementary school cafeteria. The food was thrown away; the students were told their accounts had no credit on them.
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  9. Wanna Smoke? It Could Cost You A Tooth, The FDA Warns Teens

    Cigarette smoking costs you a lot more than money, a graphic new ad campaign warns teenagers. It's the Food and Drug Administration's first foray into slick messaging aimed at keeping teens from taking up cigarettes. Most long-term smokers started as teens.
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  10. Inexpensive Aquarium Bubbler Saves Preemies' Lives

    Students at Rice University designed a low-cost medical device to help premature infants breathe. The instrument, which uses a cheap aquarium pump, boosted the survival rate of newborns with respiratory problems by 60 percent at a rural hospital in Malawi.
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