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  1. Denver Post Editor Gregory Moore Steps Down After 14 Years

    Moore says he decided to pursue other challenges and that it was time for someone else to lead the newspaper.
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  2. Floods In Paraguay, Argentina And Uruguay Displace Tens Of Thousands

    As water levels climbed to the highest in decades, Paraguay declared a state of emergency, and thousands fled to higher ground.
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  3. From Flecktones To Telluride: Watch Béla Fleck With His Banjo Over The Years

    After a four-year hiatus, Fleck and the Flecktones are on a reunion tour, which culminates in Colorado for the 43rd annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival.
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  4. PHOTOS: Cleveland Rejoices After First Major Sports Title In A Half-Century

    There were tears. There were cheers. There were prayers. And above all, there was celebration.
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  5. My Big Sister Was Gunned Down In Charleston One Year Ago

    On June 17, 2015, Malcolm Graham learned that his sister, Cynthia Graham Hurd, a librarian and a devout Christian, was one of nine victims shot and killed at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston.
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  6. Colorado Government Faces Small Budget Shortfalls, State Economists Say

    The culprit is sales tax collections; they’re not growing as fast as expected.
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  7. Colorado Teen Documents Dad's PTSD, Family's Pain, In 'After War'

    Bailey Francisco, of Fountain, was 6 when his father went to war. The son's documentary 'After War' is about the nightmare of his dad's return.
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  8. 94-Year-Old Former Auschwitz Guard Found Guilty Of Complicity In 170,000 Murders

    Reinhold Hanning, a former death camp guard, told victims in the courtroom, "I am sorry." He said he has been silent all his life about his role as part of the Nazi killing machine from 1942 to 1944.
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  9. From Ron Paul To Bernie Sanders, Denver Voter At Home Backing Political Outsiders

    TC Bell founded his high school's Young Republicans club and read National Review. Now he's a fervent Bernie Sanders Supporter. What gives?
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  10. A Year After Freddie Gray's Death, Trials Set To Begin (Again)

    Of the six Baltimore police officers charged, there's only been one trial, which ended in a hung jury. But prosecutors are doubling down on their aggressive strategy as the trials resume in May.
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