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  1. As Far As Mom's Concerned, You'll Always Be The Little One

    Parents of newborns say they're often surprised to see how much bigger their older children suddenly look. Psychologists say that may be because mothers seriously underestimate the height of their youngest children, an error that could lead to more care and attention for them.
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  2. Official In Charge Of Creating HealthCare.gov Steps Down

    Michelle Snyder, who was responsible for the problem-plagued website, will retire from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
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  3. Former First Lady Barbara Bush Is Hospitalized

    Barbara Bush, 88, is in a hospital in Houston with a respiratory-related issue, according to her husband's office.
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  4. Check Out These Gorgeous, Futuristic Tech Company Headquarters

    Historically, companies often viewed buildings as simply a cost, one architect consultant says. Now they're beginning to think about them as an asset — something that can be used to drive creativity and performance and attract and retain talent.
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  5. Economists, Unemployed Fret Over Long-Term Jobless Aid Lapse

    Democrats in Congress are promising to try to retroactively extend emergency unemployment benefits after the new year. The expiration of the benefits may satisfy some fiscal conservatives, but it has some economists and many desperate job-seekers concerned.
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  6. In Sao Paulo, Organic Markets Are Beginning To Take Off

    In the biggest city in Latin America, the pickings are pretty slim for local, organic food: The city has just 20 organic farmers' markets. But many Brazilian farmers rely heavily on pesticides, and health-conscious consumers are starting to seek alternatives.
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  7. Flu hospitalizations triple in two weeks in Colorado

    The number of flu cases has risen dramatically in Colorado in the past two weeks.
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  8. Couples Urge Sotomayor To Deny Utah's Bid To Block Gay Marriage

    The couples' response comes three days after Utah officials asked Justice Sonia Sotomayor to block same-sex marriages in the state. Their filing with the Supreme Court calls the prospect of a delay "an intolerable and dehumanizing burden."
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  9. Ex-BP Engineer Found Guilty Of Obstructing Justice

    Kurt Mix was convicted for deleting text messages that had information about the worst offshore oil spill in the nation's history. That hindered a grand jury's investigation, prosecutors argued. He had been a drilling engineer with BP.
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  10. Colo. economy expected to continue to grow

    Colorado’s economy is expected to continue to grow at a steady pace next year.
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