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  1. Black Friday May Start Looking A Little Greener With These Alternatives

    People often reflect on what they're grateful for on Thanksgiving, but then go crazy for Black Friday deals in stores and online. But for some people a family hike is better than a store's deal.
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  2. Dylann Roof Declared Competent To Stand Trial In S.C. Church Killings

    U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel announced his ruling after a two-day competency hearing that was closed to the public. The 22-year-old Roof is facing 33 federal hate crime charges.
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  3. A 911 Call About A Gun, And An Encounter That Was More Than Black And White

    What happened when a white Arapahoe County sheriff's deputy stopped an African-American woman with a carrying case slung across the shoulder.
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  4. Yankees' A-Rod Says He'll Retire After 2017 Season

    Alex Rodriguez, 40, says it's time to "go home and be dad." But he's giving fans two years to get to the park to see the end of his playing career.
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  5. Kale Is About To Have An Identity Crisis

    To develop a new variety of kale tailored to American palates, plant researchers are surveying consumer attitudes on the leafy green. The takeaway so far? "Be less like kale."
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  6. Hiker Will Walk Back 150 Years On The Colorado Trail

    In handmade trousers with retrofitted eyeglasses and vintage camping supplies, Ben Jenkins will re-enact the 1860s on a 35-day hike along the mountainous Colorado Trail.
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  7. Colorado Voters Can Start Registration Process Via Text

    Smartphone users can text "Colorado" or "CO" to "2Vote" to receive a message containing a link to the secretary of state's voter registration website.
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  8. Study: Vast Majority Of People Who Are Depressed Do Not Seek Help

    In poor countries, only 1 in 27 people received minimally adequate care. In wealthy countries, it's 1 in 5.
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  9. Trump Taps Billionaire Investor Wilbur Ross For Commerce Secretary

    Wilbur Ross Jr. is a donor and longtime associate of Trump's. Ross has grown rich by buying troubled companies and restructuring them with layoffs and budget cuts.
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  10. In Idaho Lumber Country, Trump Voters Wait To See If He Can Jumpstart Jobs

    The state is a Republican stronghold, but even Idahoans have doubts on whether President-elect Donald Trump can help the timber industry recover after job cuts and a series of mill closures.
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