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  1. Three Things Colorado Skiers Should Know About Their Liability And Safety

    Skiers can be liable for crashes, but insurance usually covers the costs, as in a recent case where a Colorado judge awarded a skier $260,000 after a collision.
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  2. Strongest Caribbean Hurricane In Nearly 10 Years Hits Haiti

    Miami Herald reporter Jacqueline Charles has the latest on the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew from Port-au-Prince.
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  3. Trump Backers Want Ideology Test For Extreme Vetting

    What could "extreme vetting" mean in practice? For some who've helped form President Trump's refugee policies, it's not about stricter security screening. It's about something else.
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  4. Police In U.K. Use Stun Gun On Their Own Community Relations Adviser

    In a video recorded in Bristol, two officers appear to mistake Judah Adunbi, 63, for a suspect. In fact, Adunbi, a black man, has served to bolster police relations with communities of color.
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  5. Sri Lanka's 'Kithul' Palm Syrup: An Ancient Sweetener In Need Of Saving

    Sri Lanka's most popular sweetener is disappearing, due to the destruction of rainforests, inconsistent yields, intensive labor and a fading workforce. And turning the tide isn't going to be easy.
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  6. Governor Defends Secrecy Over Aurora Theater Shooter's Prison Relocation

    In an interview with Colorado Matters, the governor also explained why he's campaigning for Democrats in the state Senate for the first time
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  7. Doctors And Nurses Of Aleppo Wonder What To Do Next

    They took tremendous risks to treat the wounded. Now they've fled the Syrian city and face an uncertain future.
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  8. With 'Pussyhats,' Liberals Get Their Own Version Of The Red Trucker Hat

    The pink hats that were all the rage at Saturday's women's marches share striking similarities with the red hats Trump made ubiquitous
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  9. House Votes To Overturn Obama Rule Restricting Gun Sales To the Severely Mentally Ill

    On Thursday the GOP-controlled House voted to overturn an Obama administration rule designed to keep firearms out of the hands of some people deemed mentally ill.
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  10. Watch: Chanticleer Dazzles With A Pair of 16th Century Pieces

    Over the years, more than 100 singers have been part of the 12-man lineup, yet the ensemble's sonic identity -- its clear, powerful voice -- remains strong.
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