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Inside The Indiana Megadairy Making Coca-Cola's New Milk

Coca-Cola got a lot of attention in November when it announced it was going into the milk business. In fact, its extra-nutritious milk product was invented by some dairy farmers in Indiana.
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Christmas Tree Farmers Invest Long-Term In The Holiday Spirit

Americans buy 25 million Christmas trees every year. They're slow-growing crops, but the trees can be a smart investment for small farmers like the Carroll family in Louisa, Va.
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Ecologists Take On Tiny Green Beetles That Infest Ash Trees

The emerald ash borer is spreading across the U.S. and destroying ash trees. The pests usually only bothered ash trees, but an Ohio scientist has made a distressing discovery.
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Mishandling Of Ebola Sample May Have Exposed CDC Technician To Virus

The worker will be monitored for symptoms. Officials are investigating the incident, in which the virus was moved from a high-security lab to a low-security lab at the CDC's headquarters in Atlanta.
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Choir Attracts Singers From LA's Skid Row

When they're not in rehearsal, some of the Colburn Wesley Project singers live on the streets of Los Angeles. The unlikely choir will be performing through this holiday season.
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What To Expect In The 2016 Presidential Announcement Season

With Jeb Bush signaling he's likely to run for president in 2016, it's another sign that the presidential announcement season is underway. Here's a look at who has jumped in the race early and what to expect in the coming months.
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Florida's Population Pushes New York Out Of 3rd Place

New Census data shows that Florida has finally taken over New York's title of third most-populous state. Andrew Beveridge, CEO of Social Explorer, talks to Robert Siegel about the numbers.
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'Greening' Squeezes Florida's Citrus Industry

Florida's citrus industry has been hit hard by "greening." The disease has caused a sharp drop in the number of oranges, grapefruits and tangerines harvested in the Sunshine State.
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With New Congress, Will Obama Work Differently?

The GOP-led Congress President Obama will have to deal with for the last two years of his presidency is a stark contrast to the Democratic-led one he came in with. Does that mean Obama will change his approach to dealing with Capitol Hill?
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Nevada Congressman's Loss Exposed Raw Nerve In Democratic Caucus

One of the most unexpected Democratic losers on Election Day was Rep. Steven Horsford from Nevada. His defeat is about politics, but also about race.

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