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  1. From Teacher Shortages To Hot Springs: Our 10 Most Read News Stories Of 2015

    Our readers also found time for stories about the treatment of parolees, racial healing at a Denver high school, the Winter Park Ski Train and more.
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  2. As Evangelicals Lose Faith In Cruz, His Campaign Could Be Beyond Resurrection

    In important Super Tuesday states with a high number of born-again voters, Ted Cruz is losing to Donald Trump and Marco Rubio is eating into his support with evangelicals.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  3. Top Stories: ISIS Documents Leaked; Deadly Pennsylvania Shooting

    Also: Deadly flooding strikes the South; Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy will appear in court today; and former Brazilian president Luiz Lula da Silva is charged with corruption.
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  4. A Collector's Dream: 7 Rare Ty Cobb Baseball Cards Discovered

    The identical cards found in a crumpled brown paper bag in a rural southern town are some of the rarest baseball cards. Before this find, only 15 such cards were known to exist.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  5. Strategies For When You're Starting Out Saddled With Student Debt

    More people have more student loan debt than ever; last year, the average for a college graduate was more than $35,000. Here are some ways to set priorities for attacking that debt.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  6. Commuter Train Derails, Plunges Into Creek East Of San Francisco

    The Alameda County sheriff says it's a miracle that no passengers or first responders were killed, after a train hit a tree on the tracks.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  7. What Do Jerry Brown, Steve Jobs And Kamala Harris Have In Common?

    The California governor, late Apple co-founder and state general attorney are among the people the San Francisco transit agency owes some $6.1 million in overpayments for parking citations.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  8. USFS: More North Fork Mining's A Bad Deal For Climate Change

    The agency's analysis, released Thursday, also says North Fork Valley coal is among the cleanest available.
    CPR News · Entry
  9. Far From North Africa, Berbers In The U.S. Ring In A New Year

    For the indigenous people of Northern Africa, Jan. 14 is a day to celebrate their culture and religion. It reminds Berbers living in the U.S. of the struggle to preserve their identity far from home.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  10. Children's Advocate Is Ombudsman At State Protection Agency

    Villafuerte also has served as a chief deputy district attorney in Denver and as deputy chief of staff to former Gov. Bill Ritter.
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