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  1. After Second Round Of Talks, Cubans, Americans Emerge Upbeat

    Roberta Jacobson, the American diplomat leading the talks, said the talks were "productive and encouraging" and a U.S. embassy could open in Havana by April.
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  2. Berlin's New Airport: Still In A Holding Pattern

    Berlin is one of Europe's premiere cities, yet it lacks an airport befitting its status due to years of delays and cost overruns. The new airport was supposed open in 2012. Now the target is 2017.
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  3. Paid leave proposal could mean big changes for Colorado workers, businesses

    Every worker in Colorado could have access to paid family leave, under a proposal at the state Capitol. But the idea is already ruffling a lot of feathers.
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  4. Colorado shelters forced to deal with overbreeding of large animals

    Shelter owner Floss Blackburn told the Greeley Tribune that at least 50 percent of her rescue animals are there because of overbreeding.
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  5. Future of Stapleton control tower to be announced Monday

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  6. Study Tracks Vast Racial Gap In School Discipline In 13 Southern States

    Expulsions and suspensions were much higher for African-American students, researchers found.
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  7. In South Carolina, Sanders Discusses Race, Courts Black Voters

    Sen. Bernie Sanders, who's seeking the Democratic presidential nomination, drew big crowds again this weekend, but they may not be the right kind of crowd if he hopes to win South Carolina's primary.
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  8. Last group of Fort Carson engineers back from Africa

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  9. Robbery, kidnapping suspect killed by Aurora officer was unarmed

    The officer who fired the shot has been placed on administrative leave.
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  10. B-Cycle's Big Year

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