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  1. After Tsunami And Quake, A U.S.-Japan Partnership To 'Give Hope'

    When the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crisis hit Japan in 2011, U.S. troops delivered aid in Operation Tomodachi, Japanese for "friends." Another Tomodachi program brings Japanese kids to the U.S.
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  2. Is Amendment 71 Now A Proxy Battleground For Colorado's Oil & Gas Differences?

    Amendment 71, a statewide measure looking to make it harder for citizen-initiated ballot issues to amend the constitution, is now getting attention from both sides of the oil and gas debate.
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  3. Here's Why The Republican National Committee Says It Won Tuesday

    Donald Trump shocked the pollsters and pundits not just by winning but by taking a surprisingly large Electoral College victory. Here's how the RNC says he did it.
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  4. PHOTOS: America Votes... At Pools, Art Museums And Laundromats

    Forget elementary schools and community centers. Some ballots were filled out in far more interesting, unusual or beautiful locations — complete with surfboards, washing machines or sitar music.
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  5. Monkeys Regain Control Of Paralyzed Legs With Help Of An Implant

    Two monkeys with spinal cord injuries were able to move after a wireless implant restored the connection between brain and legs. But any help for people will be years away, researchers say.
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  6. After NY condo building boom, shoddy work rears head

    New York's experience with shoddy condo construction could be a useful lesson for Colorado.
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  7. Trump Confounds The Pros, Connects With Just The Right Voters

    Once he had become the nominee of the Republican Party, Donald Trump needed only to hold his base constituency together and add the reluctant votes of other Republicans and compatible independents.
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  8. When Disaster Strikes, He Creates A 'Crisis Map' That Helps Save Lives

    "You can't protect what you can't map," says Patrick Meier. He pioneered the field of crisis mapping during the 2010 Haiti earthquake, and now focuses on the use of robotics for humanitarian purposes.
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  9. Riot Fest Denver Releases 2016 Music Schedule

    Artists like The Original Misfits, DeVotchKa and Sleater-Kinney play across four stages starting at noon and ending at 10 p.m. each day.
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  10. In Surprise Move, India Voids 500 And 1,000 Rupee Bills To Fight Corruption

    The change was announced just hours before it took effect. The prime minister said the move would crack down on the country's expansive black market, which, he said, is used to fund terrorism.
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