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Globe Trot: Iran’s 30-day nuclear bomb breakout

By Mindy Belz
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International | IRAN: The report stirring a lot of speculation about Iran’s ability to make weapons-grade uranium within a month is good reading. It offers new…

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

Signs and Wonders: From one out-of-control pop star to another

By Warren Cole Smith
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Newsworthy | Miley advice. I’m not a fan of the very strange Irish singer-songwriter Sinead O’Connor. She’s had her share of meltdowns over the years, including an…

UN climate report: Humans even more to blame

By Daniel James Devine
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Climate | An international group of climate scientists said on Friday it is “extremely likely” humans are the dominant cause of the global warming that has occurred…

Uneven rainfall cinches Corn Belt for lower crop yields

By Dave Bell
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Agriculture | For the second year in a row, Iowa farmers in the nation’s Corn Belt faced a severe drought, leading to lower yields of corn and soybeans. But other states…

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,

A second opinion on global warming

By Daniel James Devine
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Climate | The United Nations science panel responsible for writing influential reports on climate change has exaggerated the likely amount of future global warming, and…

Flood-ravaged Colorado braces for more rain

By Sarah Padbury
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Weather | DENVER, Colo.—Coloradans have been praying for rain, but this past week’s weather is not what they were asking for, as last year’s “summer of fires”

Midday Roundup: Locked and loaded, sights set on Syria

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Strike imminent? America is “ready to go” with a military strike against Syria, U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel said during an interview with the…

Fearfully and wonderfully made climates

By Jesse Yow
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Science | California’s coastal waters are getting more acidic. Fall-run chinook salmon populations in the Sacramento River are declining. Conifer forests on Sierra…

Signs and Wonders: R.A. Dickey knuckles down on humanitarian efforts

By Warren Cole Smith
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Newsworthy | Dickey delivers. It’s been a while since I’ve written about my favorite pro athlete, Toronto Blue Jays pitcher R.A. Dickey. And it’s not because he…

Signs and Wonders: Scrambling to explain summer cool amid global ‘warming’

By Warren Cole Smith
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Newsworthy | Global cooling? This summer appears to be one of the coolest we’ve had in a long time. Last Thursday, Chicago had a high of 67 degrees, about 20…

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