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  1. Christian Woman Escapes Death In Sudan Over Conversion

    Meriam Ibrahim, 27, says she was raised an Orthodox Christian after being born to a Muslim father. A court ordered her release Monday, throwing out a death sentence.
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  2. ISIS 'Are Not Muslims, They Are Monsters,' Cameron Says

    This weekend, David Haines' family publicly asked his captors to contact them. Instead, the group released its third video showing a Western hostage being killed.
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  3. U.S. Olympic Committee Poised To Name 2024 Bid City

    This is a nervous time for officials in Los Angeles, Boston, San Francisco and Washington, D.C., the four finalists who want to host the 2024 Summer Olympics.
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  4. New studies: Colo. uninsured need more specifics of costs, services

    The new studies find the uninsured include so-called "young invincibles," those 18 to 34, Latinos and seasonal workers.
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  5. With open enrollment nearing, Colorado health officials promise improvements

    Last year, some people faced delays to see if they qualified for government insurance.
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  6. Denver filmmakers ponder what makes the Mile High City great

    Thaddeus Anderson and Woody Roseland set their sights on a new project a year after finishing "Breathless," a short film that's been called a love letter to life in the Mile High City.
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  7. Trying to lose weight? Your environment, mindset may need work first

    Many factors conspire to undermine diets, including human evolution, junk food formulated for addictiveness, and motivation-sapping fat stigma. One thing found to help: not blaming yourself so much.
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  8. Colorado's 'personhood' Amendment 67 more ambiguous than partisans say

    Both supporters and opponents of Amendment 67 call the measure on this year’s ballot “personhood.” But they disagree sharply on what it actually does.
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  9. Video: A photographer chronicles dancers and homeless people

    Interactions between dancers from Denver's Wonderbound Dance Company and local homeless people come to life in this narration that features images by photographer Lena Prieto.
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  10. West Virginia's Governor Vetoes Abortion Ban

    Calling a ban on abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy unconstitutional, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin vetoed a bill that would have made it a crime to conduct such a procedure in West Virginia.
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