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Colorado's Pot Industry Looks To Move Past Stereotypes

In the year since Colorado made recreational marijuana legal, pot has become a billion-dollar business in the state. And some growers are on a serious mission to make it legitimate and mainstream.
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Obamacare 'Glitch' Puts Subsidies Out Of Reach For Many Families

The health care law gives subsidies to those whose employers' insurance isn't affordable, but that's based on the cost of worker-only coverage. Adding family to a plan can send prices out of reach.
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Brooke Astor's Son, Convicted Of Raiding Mother's Fortune, Dies At 90

Anthony Marshall, son of socialite Brooke Astor, was convicted in 2009 of defrauding his mother. Marshall was sentenced to prison, but appeals delayed him from serving any time until 2013.
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Ferguson Commission's First Session Disrupted By Outburst

After a quiet start, Monday's session was interrupted by residents who were frustrated by the long wait for them to be heard.
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NAACP Organizes March From Ferguson To Jefferson City

Marchers are walking 120 miles from Ferguson to the governor's mansion in Jefferson City to ask for improvements to policing policies. Melissa Block talks to NAACP President Cornell William Brooks.
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Ohio State Football Player's Death Draws Attention To Head Injuries

Kosta Karageorge was found dead of an apparent suicide. His mother reportedly told police he sent her a text message before he disappeared saying concussions had messed up his head.
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White House To Launch Task Force On '21st Century Policing'

President Obama devoted the day to policing issues highlighted by the Ferguson saga on Monday, meeting with his cabinet, local officials and community activists at the White House.
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Bill Cosby Resigns From Temple University's Board

The move was announced Monday, in a short news release in which Bill Cosby cited "the best interests of the university and its students."
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Justices Struggle To Find Line Between Threats, Free Speech Online

The U.S. Supreme Court struggled Monday with conflicting notions of where to draw the line between free speech and criminal threats in the Internet age.
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Proposal Would End Football At University Of Alabama-Birmingham

Alabama is a state known for its college football. But a move to scuttle the football program at the state university in Birmingham is drawing fire from fans, students and athletes alike.

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