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  1. Hagel: 10,800 Troops To Stay In Afghanistan After Dec. 31

    The secretary of defense says an additional 1,000 troops will remain to support a NATO training program.
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  2. Colorado firefighter’s Antarctic experiences captured in documentary

    “Antarctica: A Year on Ice" documents life and beauty in the harshest environment on Earth.
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  3. NYC Police Deaths: Details On Suspect; Rift Between Mayor And Police

    New York Police Commissioner Bill Bratton says tensions in the city are at their worst since the 1970s. He spoke two days after Ismaaiyl Brinsley shot and killed two police officers in New York.
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  4. A Family's Long Search For Fragile X Drug Finds Frustration, Hope

    There is no effective treatment for the rare genetic disorder fragile X syndrome, so two parents created a foundation to fund research. But they found there's no easy road to a cure.
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  5. After The California Downpour, 'The Drought' Offers Some Dry Reading

    It rained in California this week. That might not sound like news, but the state is experiencing a record-setting drought. Jason Heller turns to science fiction to reflect on the strange weather.
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  6. An Update On LA's iPad Program

    A high-profile school tech program; a federal corruption investigation and the resignation of the superintendent.
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  7. Boulder author offers 11 commandments for the 'Inspirational Atheist'

    Buzzy Jackson’s “The Inspirational Atheist” is a collection of motivational quotes for humanists, atheists, skeptics, agnostics and the ‘spiritual-but-not-religious’ among us.
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  8. Pacific coral may predict next spike in global temperatures

    The coral reveals when Pacific trade winds slow, and when that happens next, the Earth may see a sudden rise in temperatures, according to a researcher in Boulder.
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  9. 2014: The Year When The Job Market Finally Turned The Corner

    Seven years after the Great Recession began, the U.S. job market finally is growing at a robust pace. In November, employers added 321,000 workers, raised wages and extended the average workweek.
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  10. Calling U.S. A 'Cesspool,' North Korea Warns Against Escalation

    North Korea's National Defense Commission, which is headed by the country's leader, Kim Jong Un, said its military was ready to fight America "in all war spaces including cyber warfare space."
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