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  1. Denver Goes Bold For Performing Arts Complex Transformation

    The city will discuss redevelopment of the Denver Performing Arts Complex during its last public meeting on Thursday and present a vision to Mayor Michael Hancock in January.
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  2. FDA Lifts Ban On Blood Donations By Gay And Bisexual Men

    For three decades, men who have sex with men were barred from ever donating blood. A new policy will allow gay and bisexual men to donate, but only if they've been celibate for at least a year.
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  3. Obama's Wide-Ranging, Year-End News Conference

    The president discussed issues ranging from normalization of relations with Cuba to Sony Pictures' decision to cancel release of the film 'The Interview' after a North Korean hack attack.
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  4. Amid Recession, Brazil Struggles With The Huge Costs Of The Olympics

    Brazil was riding high when it was awarded the 2016 Olympics seven years ago. But the country is now in economic turmoil and facing a rash of problems as it prepares for the games in August.
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  5. Alleged Planned Parenthood Shooter Charged With First-Degree Murder

    The prosecution is expected to present formal charges in the case next week. Law enforcement hasn't finished processing the crime scene yet.
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  6. Doula Support For Pregnant Women Could Improve Care, Reduce Costs

    Doulas provide emotional support for a woman through pregnancy and childbirth. A study finds that women with doulas are less likely to have cesarean or preterm births.
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  7. 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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  8. World Anti-Doping Agency Report Slams Track And Field's Governing Body

    The latest WADA report finds that the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), track and field's world governing body, helped organize and enable doping and corruption.
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  9. 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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  10. Proposed Coal Rules Up For Public Hearing Tuesday

    The coal industry has criticized the rule since it was proposed in July.
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