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  1. How Denver's Mayor Got to the U.S.

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  2. The End Of 'American Idol'

    Fox announced today that the 15th season of American Idol will be the end of the road for what was once the biggest show on TV.
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  3. Big 3 Airlines Say Foreign Competitors Are 'Dumping' Seats In U.S.

    The chief executives of Delta, United and American airlines say Qatar Airways, Emirates Airlines and Etihad received subsidies from their governments. The Gulf carriers reject the accusations.
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  4. Create a credit for tobacco product distributors who sell out of state

    What the bill does: Creates a credit for distributors who sell cigarettes to out-of-state-consumers.
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  5. North Korea: Attack On U.S. Ambassador Is 'Deserved Punishment'

    Pyongyang said it welcomed the attack on Ambassador Mark Lippert, who was assaulted in Seoul by a knife-wielding political activist who said he opposed joint U.S.-South Korea military exercises.
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  6. Cleveland Officer Acquitted In 2012 Fatal Shooting Of Unarmed Suspects

    Michael Brelo was one of 13 officers involved in the incident that included 137 shots and killed Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams after a high-speed car chase.
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  7. Colo. Symphony music director Andrew Litton extends contract, accepts NYC Ballet role

    “Andrew is the Peyton Manning of the orchestra world, and Denver is fortunate to have a conductor of his caliber,” said Colorado Symphony CEO Jerry Kern.
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  8. Man accused of killing toddler in Colorado Springs

    Police have issued an arrest warrant for 23-year-old Kevin Diaz, who is wanted on a charge of child abuse resulting in death.
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  9. Addiction In American History: 14 Vivid Graphs

    How certain words related to addictive behavior have shifted over the centuries — in 14 colorful charts.
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  10. Minnie Miñoso, Major League Baseball's First Black Latino Star, Dies

    Miñoso, known as the Cuban Comet and Mr. White Sox, was a seven-time All-Star and three-time Gold Glover whose major league career spanned five decades.
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