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At least 1 dead, 4 injured in shooting near Denver's Coors Field
There is no suspect in custody and no known motive, police said

'Dancing With the Stars' finals: Bobby Bones crowned the winner of Season 27
The coveted Mirrorball trophy has a new owner. The final four were challenged to learn two dances Thanksgiving week.

Four dead, including a police officer, after gunman opens fire at a Chicago hospital
A gunman at Mercy Hospital opened fire on a woman believed to be his former fiancee and others. The shooter was also found dead.

Chris Watts sentenced to life in prison with no parole for killing pregnant wife, 2 daughters
The Colorado father who admitted to killing his pregnant wife and their two young daughters was sentenced Monday to life in prison.

Rep. Seth Moulton faces town-hall pushback for opposing Pelosi
Critics called his dissent a product of sexism and ageism.

Is Rain That Falls in Smoky Areas After a WIldfire Likely to Be “Extremely Toxic”?
The one-two combination of wildfire and rain can produce some risks, but toxic rain is not one of them.

Trump's military insults are piling up
President Donald Trump's attack on the Navy SEAL commander who oversaw the raid against Osama bin Laden is drawing new attention to the seesaw dynamic of a President who lavishes praise on the military even as he goes after its leaders and heroes.

Hundreds gather at vigil for slain Shaker teacher Aisha Fraser
The remembrance vigil also signified a call for the community to carry her light forward.

Airbnb Ends West Bank Settlement Listings, Causing Uproar in Israel
The home rental site acceded to demands that it no longer list accommodations in Israeli settlements, citing “the dispute between Israelis and Palestinians.”

El Chapo Witness Details Brutal Drug War Murders
Although he was expected to testify about bribing a Mexican president, Jesus Zambada Garcia implicated the defendant in six separate murders.

Ivanka Trump used a personal email account to send hundreds of emails about government business last year
The discovery alarmed some advisers to President Trump, who feared that his daughter’s practices bore similarities to the personal email use of Hillary Clinton.

An Open Letter To Stacey Abrams From Domestic Workers: We'll Keep Fighting With You
In this op-ed, Care in Action, which works on behalf of more than two million domestic and care workers across America, explains what Stacey Abrams’ campaign meant to domestic workers.Dear Stacey,In October 2017, a small group of us — nannies,…

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