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  1. Zika No Longer Global 'Health Emergency,' WHO Declares

    But it's too early to say whether the epidemic isn't has bad as the agency first predicted back in February.
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  2. Ex-Breitbart Executive Brings Alt-Right Ties To The White House

    Critics from the left and the right have charged that Donald Trump has invited a modern face of racism into the White House by naming Breitbart chief Steve Bannon to be his chief strategist.
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  3. US And Colorado Murder Rates Have Jumped, But They're Still Historically Low

    Colorado's murder rate also remains lower than the nation's as a whole.
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  4. To Sell Medical Students On Joys Of Geriatrics, Send In 90-Year-Olds

    As the number of older Americans grows, so does the need for geriatricians to care for them. But few medical students are interested in the specialty, which isn't particularly glamorous or lucrative.
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  5. DA: Greeley Officers Justified In Fatal Shooting

    Prosecutors say two police officers were justified when they shot and killed a gang member following a chase through Greeley.
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  6. 9 Journalists And Executives At A Leading Turkish Newspaper Are Arrested

    The editor-in-chief, a cartoonist, and seven board members of daily newspaper Cumhuriyet were sent to prison pending trial in an anti-terrorism case.
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  7. Letters To The Teacher Celebrate A 40-Year Career

    Molly Pollak was a middle and high school teacher. When she retired this year, former students gave her a book filled with their letters. It reads like a textbook for great teaching.
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  8. Colorado health exchange: Enrollment rate outpacing last year

    More individuals and families have signed up for health insurance coverage than at this time last year, officials say.
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  9. Bobbi Kristina Brown, 22-Year-Old Daughter Of Whitney Houston, Dies

    Brown, who grew up in the shadow of fame and dysfunction, had spent six months at a hospital after being found unresponsive in a bathtub at her home.
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  10. Former Cardinals Official Gets Nearly 4 Years In Prison Over Astros Hack

    Chris Correa, former director of baseball development for the St. Louis Cardinals, has been sentenced to 46 months in federal prison for accessing the Houston Astros' computer systems.
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