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  1. Weekend Arts Roundup: Cavalia gallops into Denver, Boulder on the fringe and more

    This weekend's arts happenings around Colorado include an equestrian circus spectacle and an unjuried, uncensored arts festival in Boulder.
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  2. A Smuggler Explains How He Helped Fighters Along 'Jihadi Highway'

    Thousands of international recruits have crossed into Syria from Turkey to join the Islamic State. A Syrian man who helped smuggle those jihadis in explains how it worked, but says he's stopped now.
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  3. Some Americans Boosted Charitable Giving In Recession; The Rich Did Not

    As times got tough, America's less-wealthy citizens grew more generous, according to a new study. But people making at least $200,000 a year cut the portion of their incomes they gave to charity.
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  4. Why We Published A Photo Of A 16-Year-Old In A Diaper

    Readers responded strongly to our series about caregiving, especially one photo of a father caring for his son with cerebral palsy. Some said it was demeaning. Others said it revealed great love.
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  5. Princess Music to break up after two final shows

    Denver chamber pop group Princess Music has announced via their Facebook page that they will call it a day after two final performances.
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  6. The Colorado Art Report: Sound challenges at Red Rocks, Hispanic Heritage Month and more

    CPR’s weekly arts shows explores how the Colorado Symphony negotiates acoustical obstacles at an iconic outdoor venue and if cultural events centered around Hispanic Heritage Month help or hurt the Latino community.
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  7. Germany Red-Faced Over Military Equipment Failures

    The country's defense minister says Germany currently can't fulfill its long-term NATO commitments because of a widespread grounding of its military planes and helicopters.
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  8. Martha Zarway Of Monrovia: 'I'm A Doctor, So We Can't Run Away'

    The Liberian physician, who operates a clinic in the capital, perseveres in the wake of a colleague's death, possibly from Ebola. She and her staff continue to treat patients.
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  9. Neves Will Face Incumbent Rousseff In Brazil's Runoff Election

    In Sunday's presidential election, incumbent Dilma Rousseff and right-of-center candidate Aecio Neves came out on top. Marina Silva, the environmentalist Socialist candidate, trailed far behind.
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  10. U.S. Manufacturing: A Remembrance And A Look Ahead

    A century ago, U.S. manufacturers were building a mountain of wealth that unskilled workers could climb. Today, economists see U.S. factories flourishing, but say workers will see fewer opportunities.
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