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Aplicación móvil Cyclus Break para alumnos latinos en Denver

El sol comienza a ponerse en un gélido día de abril en el barrio de Capitol Hill. Linda Ruiz se echa sobre los hombros una chaqueta blanca y toma un sorbo de una taza de café. Full Story
Nuke labs in New Mexico weigh requiring passports for entry

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Two nuclear research labs would require visitors to show passports or other forms of identification if New Mexico does not comply with tougher U. Full Story
Crisis migrante en Calais, la ciudad que todos quieren dejar

CALAIS, Francia (AP) — A los conductores de camiones que la atraviesan no les gusta. Tampoco a los millones de turistas que llegan cada año. Full Story
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Local NewsBurned by flaming water skis? New medical codes cover that and other injuries

Colorado doctors prepared to administratively handle intentional rattlesnake poisoning, injury at the opera and orca collision
In the brave new world of American medicine, there are now about 69,000 ways to classify what ails you, up from a mere 14,000 two months ago. 
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Eagles settle lawsuit over New York man's concert footage

CENTRAL ISLIP, N.Y. (AP) — Don Henley and Glen Frey of the Eagles have settled a federal lawsuit against a New York man they accused of peddling bootleg recordings of their concerts. Full Story
Glitch causes bank customers to see billions in charges

HONOLULU (AP) — A technical glitch meant some First Hawaiian Bank customers logged on to their accounts to find that they appeared to be billions, or sometimes more than a trillion dollars in the red. Full Story