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  1. Clarinetist Don Byron Brings More Than Jazz To Denver's Metro State

    The award-winning musician and composer says he started playing the clarinet to help with his asthma -- and it evolved from there.
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  2. Pope Spurs Colorado Catholics To Discuss Climate Change

    The Vatican's encyclical asks humanity to act to stop environmental degradation.
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  3. Carly Fiorina, The Outsider, Actually Got Her Start In Washington

    The former Hewlett-Packard CEO has made her mark in the GOP primary as an outsider taking on the establishment. But her break in business actually came in federal sales with AT&T.
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  4. Novak Djokovic Beats Roger Federer, Wins U.S. Open Men's Final

    After a long weather delay, and in front of a crowd cheering for his opponent, the World No. 1 took home the U.S. Open title. It's his 10th career major, and his third this year.
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  5. Before Green Tea Was A Superfood, It Was Feared As a Supertoxin

    These days, green tea has its health halo pretty firmly affixed. But in Victorian England, adulteration was rampant, and the drink was seen as a "stomach-churning, nerve-jangling threat to health."
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  6. Small Changes By Employers Can Raise Workers' Health Costs

    As the enrollment window opens for employer-provided health insurance, workers may see changes for wellness programs, dependents' coverage and specialty drugs that could be costly.
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  7. 'Hateful Eight' cast, crew burn skis in Telluride in quest for snow

    In an appeal to "Ullr," an ancient Norse god, for much-needed snow, the film's cast and crew threw a "ski burn" earlier this week.
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  8. And The Total Spent On Health In Impoverished Countries Last Year... $228 billion. A new report breaks it all down: Who gave the money (spoiler alert: the U.S. is a very big donor) and where did it go?
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  9. Funeral Honors State Lawmaker John Buckner

    State officials and community members gathered in Denver Friday to celebrate the life of state Representative John Buckner.
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  10. Former NFL Player Lawrence Phillips Charged With Murder

    The new charges filed against the onetime St. Louis Rams running back stem from the death of his fellow inmate at the Kern Valley State Prison in California this past spring.
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