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  1. One man's mission to abolish nursing homes comes to Colorado

    A new housing development for senior citizens in Loveland, Colo. is the first in the state to follow the "Green House" approach, where residents live in group homes rather than nursing homes.
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  2. Boulder man tries- and fails- to live plastic-free

    The book "Plastic Purge" documents a Boulder resident's attempt to live without creating any plastic waste for two weeks.
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  3. Report Finds Evidence Of Secret Wait Lists At VA Hospital

    The inspector general's interim report said some 1,700 patients at the Phoenix VA hospital were put on unofficial wait lists and subjected to treatment delays of up to 115 days.
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  4. How ‘debutante’ stopped being a dirty word

    Denver Post society editor Joanne Davidson talks to CPR about what the society pages once represented versus what they do now.
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  5. Denver photographer shares stories of Andy Warhol

    Mark Sink took many photos of Warhol, whom he met in 1981 and remained close to until the pop art legend's death six years later.
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  6. Mars Weathercam Spots Big New Crater

    A scientist monitoring Martian weather for the Opportunity rover team noticed an inconspicuous dark patch that turned out to be a new impact crater half the size of a football field.
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  7. The U.S. Finally Gets Past Pre-Recession Jobs Total

    With today's monthly jobs report meeting predictions, the U.S. has surpassed the number of jobs before 2008. But the recovery has been slow and long, economists say.
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  8. Video: Mudslides are not rare on the Western Slope, Colorado geologist says

    But Sunday's mudslide near Collbran, Colo., was bigger than any for a long time.
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  9. Clinton Aides Weighed Fallout Of Calling Rwanda Killing 'Genocide'

    A legal adviser to President Clinton wrote in 1994 that concluding that the situation in the central African country amounted to genocide "does not create a legal obligation ... to stop it."
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  10. Flooding In Balkans Kills Dozens, Threatens Power Supply

    Months' worth of rain has fallen in Bosnia, Serbia and parts of Croatia in recent days. A Bosnian official compared the scope of the damage to the Yugoslav war of the 1990s.
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