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  1. When America was crazy about rock gardens

    During these times of drastic drought in the American West, maybe we should take a hint from the early 20th century — and plant rock gardens.
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  2. Testing waivers still alive, state board wants to make it easier for parents to opt out

    The State Board of Education has delayed action on whether to grant testing waivers to the 19 Colorado school districts that want them.
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  3. Heat Tolerant, Tough Teeth, Lots Of Milk — They're Supergoats!

    A hardy breed is helping farmers in one Kenyan village cope with climate change — and put more food on the table.
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  4. Schools not keeping track when kids are behind on their shots

    California lets kindergartners start school as long as they've had the first dose of all required vaccines. But some schools aren't tracking whether such kids end up getting all the doses they need.
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  5. Duke's Muslim Students Pray Amid Controversy Over Call To Prayer

    They will gather for their call to prayer in the quadrangle outside Duke Chapel, a day after Duke University reversed course on allowing the traditional call to prayer from the chapel's bell tower.
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  6. Debate: Has The President Exceeded His War Powers Authority?

    President Obama has launched a sustained, long-term military campaign against the Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL. Four legal experts debate whether he had the constitutional power to do so.
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  7. On Holocaust Day, Argentina's Jews Despair Over Deaths, Old And New

    On a day usually filled with quiet reflection, the Jewish community spoke out forcefully against the president for her handling of a 20-year-old bombing case that remains unsolved.
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  8. Refunds some IT equipment used in data centers

    What the bill would have done: Studies tax credits for large stand-alone data centers.
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  9. Israel To Freeze Tax Revenue To The Palestinians

    The move to cut off about $127 million a month in funding follows Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' decision to push for joining the International Criminal Court.
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  10. Aspiring Craft Brewers Hit The Books To Pick Up Science Chops

    As the craft beer industry grows, so are options for learning to brew. More colleges are now introducing degree programs to teach the art and science of beer-making.
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