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  1. Turkey Arrests Migrants After Agreement With European Union

    The EU promised to give financial aid and to renew consideration of Turkish membership in the union. Then Turkey arrested more than a thousand migrants who were planning to sail to Greece.
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  2. Which TV Shows Will Be Back Next Year?

    It's that time of year when TV networks decide which shows to cancel and which to renew for the 2016-2017 season. NPR TV critic Eric Deggans gives an update on the new and canceled shows.
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  3. A Reflection On Voting For Iraq War, Co-Housing In Colo., Mid-Mod All The Rage, Baby Doe Opera

    A scathing assessment of the Iraq War came out of the U.K. this week. It said the invasion "left families bereaved and individuals wounded." Former U.S. Senator from Colorado Ben Nighthorse Campbell reflects on his vote to wage war. There's a co-housing boom along the Front Range, where people share meals and socialize, but live in their own homes. And mid-century modern design is all the rage in southeast Denver's Krisana Park. Many residents wants to preserve this mid-mod character. And Central City Opera presents a 60th anniversary production of an opera about Baby Doe Tabor.
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  4. John McLaughlin, TV Pioneer Of Raucous Political Punditry, Dies At 89

    McLaughlin's provocative political talk shows anticipated the current TV verbal battleground. He knew he was breaking the traditional mold of political talk shows as forums for polite disagreement.
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  5. People Looking For Community Are Drawn To Colorado Cohousing

    Cohousing, where residents share common spaces such as dining rooms and gardens, have been around for years. However, new urban cohousing developments across the Front Range are attracting new generations of young families and retirees.
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  6. Prosecutors Move To Drop Murder Charges Against Man Accused Of Killing Chandra Levy

    Prosecutors say information received this week means Ingmar Guandique, who was convicted in 2010, should not face a new trial. Levy was a 24-year-old intern in D.C. when she was murdered in 2001.
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  7. U.S. Targets Taliban Leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour In An Airstrike

    The Pentagon says they're studying the results of the attack, which occurred along Afghanistan-Pakistan border, to determine the Mansour's fate.
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  8. In Rio's Favelas, Hoped-For Benefits From Olympics Have Yet To Materialize

    Expectations were high, but for Rio's poorest, the games are coming up short. "Who is enjoying the games?" asks one man. "Not the poor. It's only for the tourists." But even tourists are staying away.
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  9. Fines For Meat Industry's Safety Problems Are 'Embarrassingly Low'

    Slaughterhouses, while safer than decades ago, are some of the country's most hazardous workplaces. They are fined by the government for safety violations, but those fines may not be big enough.
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  10. To Tell Fuller Story Of Colorado, Historians Turn To Crowdsourcing

    A new History Colorado project aims to discover historic places related to underrepresented communities across Colorado.
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