Disaster

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Midday Roundup: Obama administration thumbs its nose at Utah marriage law

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Law? What law? Attorney General Eric Holder announced today the federal government will recognize about 1,000 same-sex marriages conducted in Utah before the…

Fighting for the Philippines

By Zachary Abate
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Philippines | Filipino boxer and congressman Manny Pacquiao will dedicate his Nov. 24 fight to the victims of Typhoon Haiyan, which killed more than 2,000 people in the…

‘A massive, massive undertaking’

By Andrew Branch
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Disaster | Relief efforts begin after Typhoon Haiyan brings devastation to the Philippines

Typhoon survivor: ‘You can only pray’

By Andrew Branch
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Disaster | When Typhoon Haiyan hit land in the Philippines, it made the day almost as dark as night, according to Southern Leyte Gov. Roger Mercado. The storm ripped…

‘Who cuts a path for the storm?’

By Emily Belz
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Superstorm Sandy | A hard-hit neighborhood in the Rockaways hosts a public reading of Job, and wrestles with the book’s message

Picking up the pieces

By Emily Belz
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Superstorm Sandy | One year after Sandy pummeled New York and New Jersey, recovery is mixed but progressing

Globe Trot: Smog smothers Chinese province

By Mindy Belz
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International | CHINA: Continued heavy smog has forced officials to close all expressways in China’s northeastern Heilongjiang province, along with schools and a major…

South Dakota staggers under early blizzard

By Jill Nelson
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Weather | Record-breaking storm buries cattle and horses under several feet of snow

Floods still sowing trouble for Colorado’s farmers

By Dave Bell
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Agriculture | When the floodwaters came thundering down the rocky canyons of Northern Colorado last month, Keith Maxey knew the outlook wasn’t good for the low-lying…

Signs and Wonders: Google turns 15

By Warren Cole Smith
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Newsworthy | Google it. It’s hard to imagine life on the Internet without Google, so it’s interesting to note that the search engine monolith is barely a teenager.

Safe from disaster

By Amy Henry
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Faith & Inspiration | The photos of the town we used to live in make me sick. How arid Colorado could produce so much water is beyond me. My brother Josh, who lives in west Denver,

Midday Roundup: Missing the Navy Yard shooter's red flags

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | No thoughts of harm. Although Aaron Alexis sought treatment at two Veterans Affairs hospitals for insomnia, he told doctors he was not depressed or thinking…

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