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Obama, Putin Meet After Trading Dueling Statements On Syria

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Obama At U.N. Vows To Work With Russia, Iran To Resolve Syrian Confict

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Amid Tensions, Obama And Putin To Meet At The U.N.

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Obama Begins Visit To New York, With A Meeting With Putin On Itinerary

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An Abrupt Interruption To Chinese State Visit: Boehner's Resignation

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Pope Francis Highlights Climate Change At White House

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Sun Shines On Pope's Speech, As Obama Lays Out A Warm Welcome

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Pope Francis Arrives At Joint Base Andrews For First-Ever U.S. Visit

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Republican presidential hopefuls, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson and real-estate mogul Donald Trump talk about childhood vaccines during the second Republican presidential debate. Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Fact Check: Fiorina's HP Record; Trump's Bankruptcies; Vaccines And Autism

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Jeb Bush Reveals Proposal To Rewrite Nation's Tax Code

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The Tattered Cover Book Store has served the Denver, Colo., area for more than 40 years. Now, longtime owner Joyce Meskis is preparing to retire and plans to sell to two publishing industry veterans. Tattered Cover hide caption

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Denver's Tattered Cover Bookstore Is Focused On Succession, Not Just Survival

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The shelf of long-lasting birth control at Children's Hospital outside Denver. The clinic's director said having the devices on hand is crucial, so young women don't have to make a second visit. But that costs money. Scott Horsley/NPR hide caption

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Colorado's Long-Lasting Birth Control Program For Teens May Not Last Long

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