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  1. Automated Landing System, Crew Fatigue, Eyed In UPS Plane Crash

    The NTSB heard testimony on Thursday indicating that the crew made a "non-precision approach" after the automated system became overloaded.
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  2. 3 Al-Jazeera Journalists In Egypt Plead Not Guilty To Terrorist Links

    Australian Peter Greste, Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohammed, have been held in Cairo since their arrest in December. They've been accused of aiding the Muslim Brotherhood.
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  3. 5 Things To Know About Venezuela's Protest Leader

    Leopoldo López has remerged as an important opposition figure. And like he has in the past, he's courted controversy.
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  4. Camels Trek In The Texas Desert, Just Like Old Times

    The Texas Camel Corps leads trips through the rugged Big Bend region of West Texas. Indigenous people lived in the area some 9,000 years ago, and for a while, camels called it home, too. In the 1800s, U.S. soldiers brought the animals in to traverse the distance between water supplies for the first American settlers.
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  5. The Beatles, As America First Loved Them

    Later, they'd get weird, experimental, and rebellious, but when the Beatles made their U.S. television debut 50 years ago, they were still just a band — but a magically brilliant band.
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  6. Is It Enough Rain For Drought-Stricken California?

    The San Francisco Bay area has gotten about 3 inches so far this season, but normally it should have received 14.5 inches.
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  7. JPMorgan Pays $614 Million In Mortgage Lending Fraud Case

    The nation's largest bank, JPMorgan Chase & Co., will pay $614 million and improve mortgage lending practices under a deal announced Tuesday to settle claims it approved thousands of unqualified home mortgage loans for government insurance and refinancing since 2002, costing the government millions of dollars when the loans defaulted.
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  8. Belgian Proposal: Terminally Ill Kids Could Choose Euthanasia

    Belgium already allows adults to choose euthanasia and a bill that looks set for approval this week would allow terminally ill kids under 18 to make the same choice. But some lawmakers and the Catholic Church are strongly opposed.
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  9. Five Questions: Brooklyn-based visual artist Rashid Johnson

    Five questions for Brooklyn-based artist Rashid Johnson. His new exhibition "New Growth" is at Denver's Museum of Contemporary Art through June 15.
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  10. State Of The Union Invitation List: Who Makes The Cut

    Guests who get an invitation to the annual State of the Union address tend to reflect the personal and political aims of the president. Some have won notice during important news events that define the times — like the Boston Marathon bombing.
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