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  1. After Losing Parents To Ebola, Orphans Face Stigma

    UNICEF estimates that thousands of children in West Africa have lost parents to Ebola. Convincing communities to accept and care for these children isn't always easy.
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  2. Unemployment Falls To 5.9 Percent, Lowest In 6 Years

    The U.S. economy also added 248,000 jobs last month, according to Bureau of labor Statistics data that were stronger than expected.
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  3. New 15-Year Mortgage May Open Homeownership Door For More Buyers

    The 30-year mortgage is the foundation of the real estate market. But some advocates are proposing a new type of 15-year loan that would allow people to own more of their home more quickly.
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  4. Man Convicted In 2010 Oregon Bomb Plot Sentenced To 30 Years

    Mohamed Osman Mohamud was convicted in January of 2013, but his sentencing was delayed after the government revealed it had attained evidence from secret NSA electronic surveillance.
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  5. After Just Two Years, Huge Atlantic City Casino Shuts Down

    It cost $2.4 billion to build the Revel Casino Hotel. Its closure is part of a trend that will reportedly shutter a third of Atlantic City's big gambling halls by the end of September.
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  6. 50 years after Wilderness Act, it’s harder to establish wild areas in Colo.

    Several areas in Colorado could become wilderness, but the going is slow for supporters.
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  7. 40 Years After 'Working,' A View From The Driver's Seat

    Four decades after Studs Terkel's famous collection of oral histories was published, Radio Diaries revives one of his interviews with Helen Moog, an Ohio taxi driver and grandmother of five.
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  8. After Tarantino snags $5M in state incentives, what's left for other filmmakers?

    State incentives pledged for ‘Hateful Eight’ film shoot near Telluride will not eat up entire fund, Colorado's film commissioner says.
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  9. In Tight Races, Both Parties Bank On Early Votes

    The highest number of dead, many of them foreigners, are on the trail of Mount Annapurna, the world's 10th-highest peak.
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  10. In Tight Races, Both Parties Bank On Early Votes

    They beat the deadly virus. But transportation back home is hard to come by. So they're living in an abandoned hospital ward, hoping someday to resume the life they had before Ebola struck.
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