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  1. Columbine Survivor On Dealing With Trauma

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  2. Presidential Race Moves West On Tuesday To Arizona, Utah And Idaho

    Ted Cruz looks to stop Donald Trump in Utah and pull off an upset in Arizona. Bernie Sanders could notch wins in Idaho and Utah, but Clinton has an advantage in Arizona, the big prize of the night.
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  3. Slideshow: Children's Museum Of Denver Reopens After Expansion

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  4. For Trump, AIPAC Speech Provides Foreign Policy Test

    Donald Trump's address to the pro-Israel group is a chance to try to put contradictory and controversial statements on Israel policy in the past.
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  5. Colorado Trooper Killed While Investigating Accident

    The State Patrol says Jaimie Jursevics leaves behind a husband and a young child.
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  6. In Wake Of Brussels Attack, A Look At Other Cities Recently Hit By Violence

    While the tragedy in Brussels is the focus of headlines around the world, there have been a number of other strikes in the past 10 days in places such as Nigeria and Yemen.
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  7. For Chronic Low Back Pain, Mindfulness Can Beat Painkillers

    Meditation can help relieve chronic back pain, and so can cognitive behavioral therapy, a study finds. But good luck getting insurance to pay for it.
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  8. Feds Cancel Commercial Sardine Fishing After Stocks Crash

    Federal regulators close commercial sardine fishing in an effort to rebuild the depleted populations of the fish. Sardine shortages are blamed for the high rates of starvation deaths of sea lion pups
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  9. North Korea Threatens Preemptive Strike As U.S., South Korea Hold Military Exercise

    This year's war games between the U.S. and South Korea are the largest ever. In response, North Korea's Kim Jong Un threatened to unleash a "preemptive nuclear strike of justice."
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  10. Obamacare Five Years Later: Thriving Or On Political Life Support?

    The health care law has sliced the number of uninsured by a third. Yet it remains deeply polarizing, and its fate could be decided by the Supreme Court and the coming presidential election.
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