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  1. Budget deficit projected for Denver-area science and culture fund

    A deficit could mean less money for hundreds of the Denver metro area's scientific and cultural organizations.
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  2. Key To Securing Online Accounts May Be Just A Squiggle Away

    Engineering researchers at Rutgers University have discovered that the free-form symbol might be the ultimate password. The uniqueness of someone's squiggle makes it a tough password to rip off.
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  3. Supreme Court Lets Texas Enforce Voter ID Law For Nov. Election

    With three justices dissenting, the high court's ruling effectively blocks a lower federal court decision declaring the law restrictive and unconstitutional.
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  4. Vincenzo Nibali First Italian In 15 Years To Win Tour De France

    The cyclist had dominated the Tour, wearing the yellow jersey through all but two stages of the grueling three-week competition.
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  5. How 'Beer and Steer' parties put Colorado at the center of the craft beer world

    Charlie Papazian, the founder of the Great American Beer Festival, used to throw epic "Beer and Steer" parties annually in the foothills above Boulder
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  6. 'Stay With Me, Bud,' Mom Told Baby After Mudslide Trapped Them

    Amanda Skorjanc's home in Oso, Wash., was among those engulfed in mud and debris on March 22. But she managed to hold on to her 6-month-old son, Duke. "I thought I was losing him," she says.
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  7. Some Loyal Foursquare Users Are Checking Out After Swarm Spinoff

    Backlash to the company's move to break its app in two is costing it the users that loved Foursquare the most. "Why do I need two apps when I had one that provided both services?" asked one user.
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  8. The Coors boycott: When a beer can signaled your politics

    Opposition to the Adolph Coors Company centered around three issues: organized labor, racism, and conservative politics.
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  9. Obama Says It 'May Be Appropriate' To Appoint Ebola Czar

    President Obama said that while the highest level of the federal government was taking the Ebola threat seriously, Ebola remains "a very difficult disease to catch."
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  10. Cyclone Hudhud Blasts India With Winds Topping 120 MPH

    Cyclone Hudhud is being blamed for several deaths after it struck the port city of Visakhapatnam (often called Vizag), destroying shops and snapping power lines along the coast of the Bay of Bengal.
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