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  1. 4 Men Charged In Shooting Of Black Lives Matter Protesters In Minneapolis

    A county prosecutor said the men were charged with what the evidence supported, and that charging them with hate crimes would not add "one iota of time" to their possible sentences.
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  2. Kaiser Says New Vail Valley Facility Will Help Lower Health Bills

    Kaiser says its presence in the mountains will help reduce health care costs in the area.
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  3. Police In London Say They Are Treating Tube Stabbing As 'Terrorist Incident'

    Police stopped a 29-year-old man after he stabbed three people. Witnesses said the man shouted, "This is for Syria."
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  4. Denver DA Won't Charge Police Officer In Shooting

    Mitch Morrissey says a drunk man gave a police officer no choice but to fire his weapon in self defense.
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  5. Democratic Presidential Hopeful Martin O'Malley Vows Marijuana Change

    O'Malley repeated his pledge to reclassify marijuana under federal drug laws if elected.
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  6. Much Of The World Perplexed That Climate Debate Continues In U.S.

    The 20th century's biggest carbon emitter is also one of the few advanced democracies where climate change is not accepted as fact. This makes it hard for some to trust U.S. efforts on the issue.
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  7. Kentucky State Trooper Is Shot And Killed; Suspect Dies After Manhunt

    The Kentucky State Police believes the suspect, Joseph Thomas Johnson-Shanks, led Trooper Cameron Ponder on a nine-mile pursuit before shooting at his police car.
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  8. Scientists Debate How Far To Go In Editing Human Genes

    The unusual meeting was called to consider a ban on certain uses of a new technique that can make precise changes in DNA. The main concern is altering genes in human sperm, eggs and embryos.
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  9. 100 years later, Armenian genocide remembered at Colorado capitol

    As part of the ceremony, Gov. John Hickenlooper unveiled a replica of a medieval Armenian headstone in the Capitol’s Armenian memorial garden.
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  10. Ford Workers Approve Contract With UAW By Slim Margin

    With a 51.4 percent vote, the last of the Big Three automakers has approved its new four-year labor contract. The deal, which covers 53,000 workers, raises wages and includes new seniority rights.
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