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  1. 'El Chapo' Talked With Sean Penn, In Clandestine Jungle Interview

    In a piece published Saturday night by Rolling Stone, the actor revealed he sat with Joaquin Guzmán for an interview in October, when the drug kingpin was still being hunted by Mexican authorities.
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  2. India's Prime Minister Makes Surprise, Historic Visit To Pakistan

    The visit, which was on Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's birthday, could be a sign of improving relations between the two neighbors.
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  3. Donald Seawell, Denver Center For The Performing Arts Founder, Dies At 103

    His life reads almost like a play, with friends that included Franklin D. Roosevelt and honors from Queen Elizabeth II and the Tony Awards.
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  4. At Least 100 People Feared Dead In Fire At Nigeria Gas Plant

    Witnesses say the victims were lining up for cooking gas ahead of the Christmas holiday when the massive fire engulfed the factory.
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  5. Then and now photos: Colo. flood recovery one year later

    Then-and-now scenes from last year's historic flood in Colorado show varying degrees of recovery.
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  6. Portraits Of Those Killed By Heroin Bring Healing And Awareness

    Heroin and other opioid overdoses are projected to kill 400 people in New Hampshire this year. Many of them are young. And now one mom is painting portraits of those who overdosed.
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  7. A Day After His Death, Frei Otto Awarded Pritzker Architecture Prize

    The prize's jury, in its citation, said the German architect had developed "a most sensitive architecture that has influenced countless others throughout the world." Otto died Monday. He was 89.
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  8. Weak Jobs Report May Kill Interest Rate Hike For This Year

    Job growth turned out to be a lot slower in September than most economists had been assuming. Now, with hiring looking weak, they think the Federal Reserve may put off any rate increase until 2016.
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  9. Chicago Police Respond To Domestic Disturbance, Shoot And Kill Teen, Neighbor

    Details are slim on a deadly incident in Chicago Saturday morning, which resulted in the death of a 19-year-old college student and his 55-year-old neighbor.
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  10. Durango Students Suspended Over Alcohol, Pot

    Team practices have been suspended indefinitely during an investigation.
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