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  • Nation and World

    Police: Multiple dead expected in Munich mall shooting

    The Bavarian Interior Ministry confirmed at least one dead and multiple people hurt at Olympia Einkaufszentrum mall

  • Nation and World

    Video: Texas officer says blacks have ‘violent tendencies’

    "For those that think life is perfect for people of color, I want you to listen to that conversation and tell me we don't have social issues in this nation," said Acevedo, who is Hispanic. "Issues of bias. Issues of racism. Issues of people being looked at different because of their color."

  • Nation and World

    Search for Flight 370 will be suspended, possibly forever

    "In the absence of new evidence, Malaysia, Australia and China have collectively decided to suspend the search upon completion of the 120,000-square-kilometer (46,300-square-mile) search area," Malaysian Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai said after a meeting with his Australian and Chinese counterparts.

  • Nation and World

    Witness to police shooting says he tried to warn officers

    "If she would have told the other officers, maybe they wouldn't have shot," said Matthews, a 73-year-old African-American. He ran a North Miami flower shop before retiring and has lived in the area for years. He said he has never had a problem with North Miami police.

  • Nation and World

    Obama to host Mexican president for White House talks

    "I think it's fair to say that almost anything that President Obama did on Friday would be viewed as a sharp contrast to the agenda that's being put forward by the other side," said White House press secretary Josh Earnest. "But in this case, it's been a while since the president has hosted the president of Mexico here at the White House."

  • Nation and World

    Betsy Bloomingdale, Reagan friend and philanthropist, dies

    "She maintained that the quality of one's lifestyle does not necessarily depend on wealth; that a sense of style and taste are acquired with knowledge, not money," according to an obituary from her family.


  • Business

    ‘Access to Success’ connects Community College of Aurora students to jobs

    Late last month, CCA was one of 14 colleges in the country selected to receive a four-year “Access to Success” grant intended to offset childcare costs for community college students with children under the age of 13 and fast track them to jobs in a trio of budding fields

  • Business

    Why the Pokemon-McDonald’s deal in Japan could be big

    About 400 McDonald's Japan outlets are "gyms," where players can battle on their smartphones. The other 2,500 are "Pokestops," where they can get items to play the game. The hope is, presumably, that they may also buy a Big Mac in the process.

  • Business

    18 states see significant job gains, but unemployment rises

    The Labor Department says the unemployment rate in 21 states is now significantly below the national figure of 4.9 percent. In Colorado, the rate jumped 0.4 point from May to a still-low 3.7 percent as more of its population began looking for work without being hired, a positive for the economy as it suggests greater optimism.

  • Business

    Still-low mortgage rates ushering new refi wave

    "It just gives us a little bit of a cushion," said McCollam, 43. "Once we knew we could get the 3.5, that was our green light."

  • Business

    Fund manager Q&A: What to expect from your bond fund

    Markets are calm now, but it was only a month ago that a freak-out about the United Kingdom's departure from the European Union sent the largest stock fund to a two-day loss of nearly 6 percent. Through the turbulence, bond funds once again acted as investors' comforter and delivered steady gains. The Fidelity Total Bond fund, for example, rose modestly each of those days, returning 0.5 percent.

  • Business

    Long-term US mortgage rates edge higher this week

    Long-term U.S. mortgage rates edged higher this week, while still remaining near historically low levels and serving as a continued enticement to prospective homebuyers.


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    Brazil’s national cocktail poised for Olympic exposure

    "We Americans love to consume the Olympics and 'travel' there without going there by drinking and eating and celebrating the culture of whatever the host country is, so I think a lot of people are going to be watching the Olympic Games with a caipirinha in their hands," Leblon Cachaça President and CEO Steve Luttmann said in a recent interview.

  • Colorado Table

    Why the Pokemon-McDonald’s deal in Japan could be big

    About 400 McDonald's Japan outlets are "gyms," where players can battle on their smartphones. The other 2,500 are "Pokestops," where they can get items to play the game. The hope is, presumably, that they may also buy a Big Mac in the process.

  • Colorado Table

    BREW NEWS: Fifth-annual ‘Night to Remember’ Sunday, Aurora Strong Ale debuts

    Aurora’s breweries teamed up to brew a special beer under the direction of The Fermentologists home brew club. The Aurora Strong Ale will release at Dry Dock Brewing Co., Dad & Dude’s Breweria, Launch Pad Brewery, Two22 Brew, Ursula Brewery, Copper Kettle Brewing Co., and Mu Brewery.

  • Colorado Table

    Chipotle out of character in struggle to win back customers

    Morgan Stanley said last week that it believes a full sales recovery back to Chipotle's peak volumes could take years, based on a consumer survey it conducted. The survey showed about a quarter of Chipotle customers have either stopped going or reduced how often they eat at the chain, six months after the last reported food safety incident.

  • Colorado Table

    Find out why classic Swiss fondue never went out of style

    Emmenthal cheese (or, in Switzerland, Emmental) and Gruyere are the two most classic cheeses used in authentic Swiss fondue. Other traditional choices are Comte, Rachlette and Swiss Vacherin, which melts beautifully.

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