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  1. Azerbaijan Announces Unilateral Cease-Fire After Sudden Flare-Up Of Violence

    Dozens died this weekend in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region, which ethnic Armenian separatists have controlled for two decades. Separatists say they've seen no sign of the promised cease-fire.
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  2. Officers Accuse Fort Collins Police Of Discrimination

    Former leaders in the department singled out minority officers for disciplinary procedures, the suit alleges.
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  3. Porn, Sex And Marriage: What's OK, And What Isn't?

    Dear Sugar Radio is a podcast offering "radical empathy" and advice for the lost, lonely and heartsick. Today the hosts think about how watching porn can affect a couple's marriage and sex life.
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  4. Contrary To Trump's Tweet, Russian Hacking Came Up Before Election (A Lot)

    Donald Trump asked Monday morning why Russian hacking wasn't "brought up before the election." It was. Many times. But intelligence agencies hadn't said the hackers aimed to help Trump — until now.
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  5. Fixing A Broken Freshman Year: What An Overhaul Might Look Like

    Most people who drop out of college drop out the first year, and, so far, interventions haven't done much to change that. Now, campuses are coming together to try something new.
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  6. Swedish Revelers Get Their Goat — Again — As Holiday Tradition Meets Annual Arson

    Every year, the town of Gavle, Sweden, builds a giant Christmas goat. And every year, people try to bring it down. This time around, despite a guard, the Gavlebocken didn't even last for 24 hours.
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  7. Explosions Rock Istanbul Soccer Stadium, Killing 29, Wounding More Than 150

    The blasts Saturday night killed at least 29 and wounded about 166 others, according to Turkey's interior minister, who suggested that a car bomb was the source of the explosions.
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  8. Rise In Drug-Dependent Newborns Tied To Rural Areas, Study Finds

    A study published Monday finds that newborns suffering through drug withdrawal now make up at least 7.5 per 1,000 hospital births in rural areas, in contrast to 4.8 per 1,000 in urban areas.
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  9. Over $2M Raised To Campaign For Denver Cultural Sales Tax

    The Scientific and Cultural Facilities District sales tax will use the funds to increase television and online advertising.
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  10. Tina Griego Returns, DCPA Has A New Leader, Kratom Ban Raises Hackles, Greensky Bluegrass Jams

    The drastic jump in Denver home prices shocked former Denver Post columnist Tina Griego when she returned to Denver recently after moving to Virginia four years ago. She's now on the staff at The Colorado Independent. And, we hear from the new head of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts -- the first woman to run the organization. Also, the federal government might ban an herbal substance that's now legal in Denver and the eclectic sounds of an award-winning Colorado bluegrass band.
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