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  1. Cloud Data Security Concerns Raised After Reported Attack In China

    A group says the Chinese government backed an attack against users of Apple's iCloud service. Experts worry attacks that target weaknesses in the transfer of data on the cloud will become more common.
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  2. Cloud Data Security Concerns Raised After Reported Attack In China

    Most people losing coverage were on plans that don’t meet the requirements of the Affordable Care Act.
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  3. Denver efficiency project aims for big energy savings

    Fifty-seven private and public buildings will be part of the Denver City Energy Project.
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  4. Ford Brothers Lose Toronto Mayor Race, Hold On To Council Seat

    Unofficial results show John Tory beat Doug Ford 40-34 for mayor, a race Rob Ford abandoned after his cancer diagnosis. The latter Ford did keep the Ward 2 council seat his family has held since 2000.
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  5. Ford Brothers Lose Toronto Mayor Race, Hold On To Council Seat

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  6. Colorado immigrant detainees' labor claims may be part of national issue

    Immigrants held at a facility in Aurora say they were paid $1 a day for labor there. The New York Times recently investigated similar claims from around the country.
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  7. Report lauds Aurora's response to theater shooting, offers recommendations

    The report concluded that the "outcome could not have been better in terms of lives saved and a rapid arrest."
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  8. As end nears for Pueblo mural, photographic documentation planned

    Aerial photographer John Wark will document world's largest mural before it's destroyed by upcoming repairs to the Arkansas River levee in Pueblo.
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  9. A 45,000-Year-Old Leg Bone Reveals The Oldest Human Genome Yet

    The decision was only four pages long and said the appeals court and the Supreme Court have given clear guidance that bans of this type are unconstitutional.
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  10. After Clogging The Streets, Hong Kong Protests Dwindle

    The demonstrators still have widespread support, but many students have returned to class and businesses have grown weary of daily disruptions that have hampered their operations.
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