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  1. Chicago Shooting Drives Calls For Emanuel To Go, So Far Without Result

    Protesters angry about the shooting death of Laquan McDonald at the hands of Chicago police say the mayor should resign. But Emanuel is weathering the crisis, and a recall effort faces obstacles.
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  2. NFL Votes To Move Rams To Los Angeles, With Option For Chargers To Join Them

    The NFL will be returning to LA for the first time in two decades. The vote, however, left a third applicant — the Oakland Raiders — out of the deal.
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  3. Beyond Madaya, 1 in 3 Syrians Doesn't Have Adequate Access To Food

    Starvation has been a weapon of war for multiple parties in the conflict. Even in areas not under siege, it's harder for civilians to afford basic food items, with prices dramatically inflated.
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  4. A 10-Year-Old's View Of The Nepal Earthquake

    "It would be so much more convenient if the earthquake would send us an email in advance with all the details of its arrival," a fearful Lucas told his mother, a journalist.
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  5. Colorado Supreme Court To Decide If Cities Can Stop Fracking

    Longmont passed an outright ban on fracking in 2012. Fort Collins voters passed a moratorium one year later in 2013. Both could be struck down.
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  6. Boulder Bear Euthanized; 2 Cubs Captured

    A bear first spotted in Boulder in August has been captured and euthanized after it was found roaming in a homeowner's backyard.
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  7. Rape Victims Forced to Recant, Condos And Housing Costs, Saying 'Enough' At Parties

    What happens when rape victims are coerced into recanting? We have the story from ProPublica. Then, state lawmakers who want to spur development and bring down housing costs have tried -- with no success -- for years to make it harder for condo associations to sue over construction defects. Also, some history: Denver had its first electrically-lit Christmas Tree in 1914 in the yard of a local electrician. And, holiday parties can lead you to have one too many and we have some advice on saying "that's enough."
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  8. DIA Aerotropolis Measure Wins Denver, Adams County Approval

    The agreement forged by the vote will take effect on Jan. 1.
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  9. '60s 'Dish' Maggie Smith Says, 'That Was Never Me'

    "It must be lovely to be beautiful, but that's a really difficult thing to lose," says Smith, now 81. Best known in the U.S. for her role in Downton Abbey, she's now starring in The Lady in the Van.
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  10. 'The Lonesome Trials of Johnny Riles' Is Not Your Everyday Western

    "A man's horse is murdered, his younger brother's famous, and the whiskey's too good. Things are about to get strange." --That's the premise of Colorado author Gregory Hill's new book.
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