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  1. Rob Store, Go To Prison, Serve Time, Repeat?

    Christopher Miller was jailed in 2000 for robbing a New Jersey shoe store. One day after his release, police say, he returned to the scene of the crime and robbed the store again. He's under arrest.
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  2. Ethicists Tell NASA How To Weigh Hazards Of Space Travel

    Risks to astronauts on extended missions include vision impairment, weakened bones and radiation exposure. There are also psychological risks from facing danger while being stuck inside a small craft.
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  3. In Ukraine's Rust Belt, A Mix Of Nostalgia And Nationalism

    People in the region cling to the decaying world they're familiar with — and think they would have a more secure future with post-Soviet Russia than with Ukraine in the "capitalist" EU.
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  4. Mudslides And Landslides: Widely Cited Data Is Decades Old

    The official death toll in the mudslide that turned a community into a disaster area in Oso, Wash., holds steady. And it seems a figure about damage done by landslides is nearly 30 years out of date.
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  5. Paying Off Student Loans Puts A Dent In Wallets, And The Economy

    Repaying college debts prevents many Americans from investing in homes or retirement. The impact can add up — for individuals and the economy as a whole, a researcher says.
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  6. Most People Don't Know The Health Insurance Deadline Looms

    The Obama administration and state health exchanges have been knocking themselves out to make sure people know they can't buy individual insurance after March 31. But most uninsured people don't know.
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  7. Justice: Albuquerque Police Show 'Pattern Of Excessive Force'

    After a nearly 18-month investigation, the Justice Department has concluded that the city's police department uses deadly force more often than is necessary, in violation of the Fourth Amendment.
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  8. Group Goes Online To Find Affirmative Action Plaintiffs

    The Project on Fair Representation is looking for college applicants willing to challenge Harvard University, the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
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  9. Retrofit: "American Hustle"- Beyond the Soundtrack

    This week on Retrofit: Mike takes the Oscar-nominated film "American Hustle" beyond the soundtrack!
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  10. New Ping In Search For Flight 370 Boosts Hopes Of Finding Jet

    Angus Houston, the coordinator of the search off Australia's west coast, says he's "now optimistic" that the aircraft, or what's left of it, will be found.
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