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Yemen bombing intense; political will growing

In just a few weeks' time, good relations with neighbors have become a matter of survival for Yemen's President Abdu Rabu Mansour Hadi.

On Saturday, he rallied regional allies in Egypt, while they bombarded his enemies in his country.

After Houthi rebe...

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DA announces charges against woman accused of cutting baby from womb

Prosecutors say a Longmont woman accused of luring an expectant mother to a basement and cutting the baby from her belly will not be charged with murder.

Police use tips from social media to solve crimes

Police use tips from social media to solve crimes

Tweeting, sharing and commenting, these are all common terms someone uses for social media. Pueblo police are using sites like Twitter and Facebook to help solve crimes.

Health department gives people a resource for food safety

Health department gives people a resource for food safety

The health department in Pueblo is giving people a resource to make sure their food is safe.

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Dynel Lane's former father-in-law upset murder charges won't be filed

The former father-in-law of a Longmont woman accused of cutting a baby from a woman's womb is upset to hear that she won't be facing any murder charges.

Bill regarding tires on I-70 closer to becoming law

Colorado Senate panel OKs expanded snow tire requirement

DENVER (AP) — A bill to require all motorists in Colorado to use snow tires or chains during snowy months on Colorado's major mountain highway has passed its toughest test in the state Legislature.

Driver faces multiple charges after hitting killing woman

Suspect in deadly hit and run charged with careless driving resulting in death

A woman who is accused running over another woman in the parking lot of the Walmart in Fountain was in court Friday.

Klingenschmitt not backing down

UPDATE: Michelle Wilkins' family refunds donation from Klingenschmitt

Rep. Klingenschmitt is calling the death of Wilkins' fetus an "act of God,” and punishment for America's abortion laws.

Colorado defends pot law, says states free to legalize weed

Legal weed in Colorado isn't hurting its neighboring states. That's according to a Supreme Court filing Friday that marks the first time Colorado has defended legal marijuana in writing.

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Twitter reacts to Indiana "religious freedoms" bill

Notable names on Twitter -- including celebrities, athletes and politicians -- are pushing back against an Indiana law that allows businesses to refuse service gay people on religious grounds. Click on to see who's making social media waves.

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Atheists open up: What they want you to know

Many Americans are leaving their faith behind. While fewer than 3% consider themselves atheists, about 20% of Americans don't identify with any religion, according to a Pew Study.

CNN's documentary, "Atheists: Inside the World of Non-Believers," tell...

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Man feels $7M better after get-well card

A Pennsylvania man won $7 million on a scratch-off lottery ticket that was in his get-well card from his father.

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Rowling's reply to critic of gay Dumbledore

Can't see Harry Potter's Albus Dumbledore as gay? Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling has a terse message for you.

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Study: It's taking us longer to get to work

Think it's taking you longer to get to work? Has your job moved farther from your home? You're probably right on both counts.

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'Heather Has Two Mommies' comes out again

The groundbreaking book for children with two mommies started with a conversation on a sidewalk.

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10 ways to get happy

Happy people don't sit around waiting for good vibes to happen to them.

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Are e-cigarettes fueling a new addiction?

It's a portable piece of technology providing seemingly bottomless access to a drug craved by more than 1 billion people worldwide -- nicotine. That craving is caused by smoking tobacco but is now being increasingly satisfied by e-cigarettes and the ...

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4 ways Asian dating apps are anti-Tinder

Spotted a cutie in Singapore, but tongue-tied? No problem -- just grab your phone, and download one of the many new dating apps for singles in Asia.

At first sight, these apps may look a lot like Tinder, the U.S.-based app that lets users anonymously ...

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Frank: Congress has closeted gay members

Former Rep. Barney Frank says he believes there are still closeted gay members of Congress -- and he has no problem with them staying that way, as long as they're not hypocrites.

The Massachusetts Democrat's comments came as he discussed his new book...

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Millennials: More educated, less employed than Gen X

Millennials are getting more college degrees, but they aren't getting as many jobs as their Gen X counterparts.

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