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  1. Obama's First-Term Military Moves Give Way To Second-Term Caution

    In his first term, the president launched a troop surge in Afghanistan, stepped up drone strikes and ordered the raid that killed Osama bin Laden. In his second term, he's been reluctant to use force.
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  2. Colorado looks away from coal toward renewable energy sources

    Wind and solar are producing increasing amounts of power and former governor Bill Ritter says they are becoming competitive with coal prices for energy generation.
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  3. Governor Hickenlooper still has hope for fracking compromise

    The governor says he's working seven days a week head off a divisive election battle over the future of oil and gas development in Colorado.
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  4. President Obama's Globe-Trotting, By The Numbers

    Which countries has President Obama visited the most during his presidency? France and Mexico. His current visit to France is his fifth as president.
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  5. Mesa County ends search for 3 men missing in mudslide

    Mesa County Sheriff Stan Hilkey says the area remains unstable and is dangerous for searchers to continue.
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  6. Q&A: Parents skeptical about proposed changes at Denver high schools

    Changes to how students qualify for the International Baccalaureate program at Denver's George Washington High School rile parents; Plans to merge ninth grades at Manual and East are scrutinized.
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  7. Senators Reach Framework To Pay For Veterans' Care Outside System

    Sens. Bernie Sanders and John McCain announced the accord, which comes a week after Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki resigned in the wake of the scandal over veterans' health care.
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  8. Move Over, Bridgegate: Chris Christie's Next Campaign Roadblock

    Turns out New Jersey's economy — not the George Washington Bridge scandal — may be the biggest threat to the governor's presidential ambitions.
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  9. Stuck In The Machine Zone: Your Sweet Tooth For 'Candy Crush'

    The mobile game, with its flow of moving candies, has reeled us in. The endless repetition — without a plot or character development — can be mesmerizing. Psychologically, why can't we stay away?
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  10. Report: NSA Collects Millions Of Photos For Facial Recognition Project

    Documents leaked by Edward Snowden show the NSA is scouring emails, text messages, social media, videoconferences and other sources looking for facial-recognition quality photographs.
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