Microsoft detects hacking targeting Europe democracy groups

Microsoft detects hacking attacks aimed at European democracy groups ahead of May elections
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Colorado avalanche kills 2 skiers

Colorado authorities say two men died in an avalanche near Crested Butte
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Higher learning: Boarder Chloe Kim aims to soar at Princeton

Snowboarder Chloe Kim is heading back to school after soaring to an Olympic gold medal in the halfpipe last February
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APNewsBreak: Clark retiring after 20 years in the halfpipe

APNewsBreak: After 20 years in the halfpipe, Kelly Clark is leaving snowboarding better than she found it
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A fifty-year Chicago housing discrimination case settled

A half-century of federal oversight of public housing in Chicago will end after settlement of discrimination lawsuit
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2 plead not guilty to starting Colorado wildfire

Two people accused of starting a wildfire in western Colorado last summer by firing incendiary tracer rounds at a shooting range have pleaded not guilty
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Interstate 70 in eastern Colorado reopens after storm

Blowing snow shut down highways on Colorado's Eastern Plains, stranding truckers and other travelers at the edge of the Denver area
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The Latest: Interstate 70 in Colorado reopens after storm

Transportation officials have reopened a 185-mile stretch of Interstate 70 between Denver and the Kansas border that was closed because of ice and blowing snow
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The Latest: Highways reopen in Wyoming after storm

Major highways reopened in Wyoming after a snowstorm moved out of the state
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Blowing snow shuts down I-70 across eastern Colorado

Blowing snow shut down highways on Colorado's Eastern Plains, stranding truckers and other travelers at the edge of the Denver area
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The Latest: Storm causes avalanche, crashes across Utah

A powerful winter storm has left a trail of traffic accidents, power outages and even an avalanche across Utah
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The Latest: Storm causes hazardous travel in Wyoming

Snow and strong winds have caused hazardous travel conditions throughout much of Wyoming
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Blowing snow in Colorado closes schools, highway stretches

Blowing snow and icy roads in suburban Denver and other parts of eastern Colorado have closed schools and shut down highways
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1 person killed in avalanche in western Colorado

Authorities say a person was killed in an avalanche in western Colorado
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3rd annual women's march held across Colorado

Thousands of people gathered in downtown Denver for the 2019 Women's March, chanting demands for equality
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Thousands gather in downtown Denver for Women's March

Thousands of people have gathered in downtown Denver for the 2019 Women's March, chanting demands for equality
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Hundreds gather in downtown Denver for Women's March

Hundreds of people have gathered in downtown Denver for the 2019 Women's March, chanting demands for equality
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Avalanche danger elevated in western Colorado

The avalanche danger is elevated in western Colorado because of fresh, heavy snow and strong winds
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Ice jams prompt flood advisory in western Colorado

Ice jams in western Colorado have prompted the National Weather Service to post a flood advisory for rivers in Pitkin and Garfield counties
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Xcel Energy's climate plan includes carbon capture

As Xcel Energy executives announced their vision of delivering zero-carbon electricity by 2050 in Denver, they may have also revived a long debate over the viab
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Storms heighten avalanche risks across Rocky Mountains

Forecasters have issued warnings of potential avalanches across the Rocky Mountains as early winter snows and ongoing storms bring on the risk of fatal accident
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Kjetil Jansrud captures 1st World Cup super-G of the season

Kjetil Jansrud of Norway wins opening World Cup super-G of season as he begins his quest to capture 3rd straight title in discipline
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Colorado millennials booking it to their public libraries

Mirroring national trend, Colorado millennials are booking it to their public libraries.
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The Latest: Weiser wins Colorado attorney general's race

Democrat Phil Weiser has defeated Republican George Brauchler to become Colorado attorney general
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