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  1. N.Y. Attorney General Investigates Whether Exxon Mobil Lied On Climate Change

    Investigators want to know if the company deceived investors and the public about risks associated with climate change. The company protests that it has included those risks in its reports for years.
    News · NPR Story
  2. Arbitrator Recommends Another Vote On Teachers Contract

    The arbitrator says it would be inappropriate for the board to ratify the contract because he considered the procedures inappropriate and recommended they try again.
    News · Entry
  3. After Clashes With Migrants Along Border, Macedonia Begins Letting Some Refugees In

    In recent months, Macedonia has tried to control the recent influx of migrants — many of them fleeing violence in Syria and Afghanistan.
    News · NPR Story
  4. Lindsey Vonn takes 3rd in super-G at world championships

    Fenninger finished in 1 minute, 10.29 seconds. Tina Maze of Slovenia was second, 0.03 seconds behind, and Lindsey Vonn third.
    News · Blog Post
  5. North Fork Valley drilling plan met with boos

    Residents against the plan face a daunting challenge as the land is already leased to a Texas-based oil and gas firm.
    News · Blog Post
  6. In Durango, Internet anger over 'moneyless' high school speaker

    Dan Suelo told a class of high schoolers in Durango how he lives without money. Internet fretting ensues.
    News · Blog Post
  7. First-Degree Murder Charge For Chicago Police Officer In Black Teen's Death

    Laquan McDonald was shot 16 times in October of 2014, after he refused to follow officers' instructions as he walked down a street with a knife.
    News · NPR Story
  8. Kendrick Lamar And Taylor Swift Lead Grammy Nominations

    Kendrick Lamar scored 11 nominations and Taylor Swift was nominated for seven awards, including album, song and record of the year. The Weeknd also received seven nominations.
    OpenAir · NPR Story
  9. Since Ferguson, A Rise In Charges Against Police Officers

    The numbers remain small, and hard to quantify, but prosecutors seem to be under pressure to charge police in on-duty shootings, and the "benefit of the doubt" they enjoyed seems to be eroding.
    News · NPR Story
  10. Fort Collins Man Who Shot, Killed Black Bear Faces Charges

    Wildlife officials say the man violated three state laws, including unlawful taking of a black bear, unlawful possession of wildlife and hunting in a careless manner.
    News · Entry