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  1. Ruling Expected Today On Admitted Planned Parenthood Shooter's Competency

    Robert Dear is charged with murder, attempted murder and other counts in the Nov. 27 shootings at the Colorado Springs clinic.
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  2. From Homemade Weapons To Inmate Art, An Inside Look At Life Behind Bars

    The Texas Prison Museum displays wooden guns that look real, shanks made from spoons and a chess set carved from soap. The item that gets the most attention? An electric chair nicknamed Old Sparky.
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  3. In An Effort To Pressure Trump, Clinton Releases Tax Rate

    The Clinton campaign says Hillary and Bill Clinton paid their 2015 federal taxes at a rate of 34.2 percent. The couple's overall tax rate was 43.2 percent, the campaign said.
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  4. PHOTOS: Protesters Around The World Target Fossil Fuel Industry

    For two weeks, protesters have gathered — on kayaks, on train tracks, at mines and at refineries — to demonstrate against coal, oil and other energy sources that contribute to global warming.
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  5. World's Largest Ape Listed As Critically Endangered; Pandas Upgraded To 'Vulnerable'

    Giant panda populations have risen, thanks to forest protections. But populations of Grauer's gorilla total only around 3,800 individuals — a 77 percent reduction — according to a recent survey.
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  6. Republican Senate Hopeful Glenn Talks Trump, Guns And Climate Change

    Darryl Glenn faces incumbent Democrat Michael Bennet in the general election this fall.
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  7. The 50 Most Segregating School Borders In America

    Detroit and Birmingham top a new, national list of school district boundaries that separate the Haves from the Have Nots.
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  8. Arthritic Elephant At National Zoo Gets Pachyderm Pedicures And Giant Teva Boots

    Veterinarians at the Smithsonian's National Zoo have turned to an unconventional therapy for an arthritic 41-year-old Asian elephant — shoes. The talented animal also knows how to play the harmonica.
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  9. Are Humans Evolved To Explore And Expand Into Space?

    Evolution and culture made us explorers and wanderers and, now, with so much to gain, we should recognize that explicitly and see exactly where our next frontier lies, says astrophysicist Adam Frank.
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  10. Between Police And Black Lives Matter, Hillary Clinton Walking A Fine Line

    "I know that just by saying all these things together, I may upset some people," Clinton said this week as she tries to validate the concerns of police and groups like Black Lives Matter.
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