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  1. Mass Stabbing Attack In Minnesota Mall Injures At Least 9 People

    The suspect was reportedly wearing a private security uniform and made at least one reference to Allah, authorities say. They add that the motive for the mass stabbing remains unclear.
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  2. Police Charge Man With Arson At Mosque Attended By Orlando Gunman

    In addition to surveillance video, police say an "examination of [Joseph Michael Schreiber's] social media account also shows multiple anti-Islamic posts and comments."
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  3. Administration Aims To Fight Crime With Job Training

    The Labor Department is handing out $5 million in grants to fund job centers for people coming out of jail. The program is part of a broader effort to reduce recidivism.
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  4. Farmers Enlist Chickens And Bugs To Battle Against Pests

    In an effort to turn away from chemical pesticides, which have the potential to damage the environment, some farmers are looking in a new direction in the age-old struggle against pests.
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  5. Empathy in Policing, Ballot Initiative Overview, New Red Rocks Book, IKEA History

    Police are being taught to use words, not weapons to defuse a situation. Then, the questions that may appear on your November ballot. And, a new book celebrates music at Red Rocks. Also, with IKEA considering opening a second store in Colorado, a look at the company's history.
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  6. Trump Continues To Trail Well Behind Clinton In Fundraising

    Donald Trump announced that his team raised $90 million last month. That's a lot, but it's less than two-thirds of Hillary Clinton's $143 million.
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  7. India's War On Biryani Mixes Caste, Religion, Cow-Avenging Vigilantes

    In an effort to save the sacred cow, one Indian state is attacking biryani, the much-loved rice and meat dish. The police is collecting biryani from homes and shops to test if it contains beef.
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  8. WATCH: The 4 Best Political Moments From The Emmys

    Julia Louis-Dreyfus issued a personal apology for the political climate and Jeb Bush called Jimmy Kimmel a "godless Hollywood hippie."
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  9. It's Colorado Day And The Centennial State Marks Its Statehood

    It’s not every day that pack burros and square-dancers come together, with a soundtrack provided by the Colorado National Guard.
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  10. Police Arrest Suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami Over Bombs In New York Area

    Rahami, 28, was captured after a gun battle with police in Linden, N.J. Images on local media showed him on a stretcher with what appeared to be a wound on his upper arm or shoulder.
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