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    Poll: Americans agree Clinton and Trump headed for a faceoff

      WASHINGTON — Americans don’t agree on much in politics these days, but a new poll finds broad majorities in agreement that the front-runners for the Republican and Democratic nominations for president will wind up the winners in the end. According to a new CNN/ORC Poll out Monday, 84% of voters nationwide think Donald Trump […]

  • WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 1:  (EDITORS NOTE: Please be advised that a classified document visible in this photo was obscured by The White House) In this handout image provided by The White House, President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and members of the national security team receive an update on the mission against Osama bin Laden in the Situation Room of the White House May 1, 2011 in Washington, DC. Obama later announced that the United States had killed Bin Laden in an operation led by U.S. Special Forces at a compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan.  (Photo by Pete Souza/The White House via Getty Images)

    Obama reflects on fifth anniversary of Osama bin Laden raid

    WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama entered the Situation Room to watch the raid on Osama bin Laden’s Pakistani compound just in time to see one of the specially equipped Black Hawk helicopters hit the ground. The president remembered thinking it was “not an ideal start,” he said in a lengthy and exclusive interview about the […]

  • Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, speaking at a commencement speech at Harvard University on Thursday, May 29, 2014, criticized what he described as a disturbing trend of liberals silencing voices they "deemed politically objectionable."

    Bloomberg to college grads: Keep demagoguery out of the White House

    ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Saturday urged college students to reject “demagogues” in the presidential race — chastising Republicans and Democrats, though he didn’t mention any candidates by name. “Every generation has had to confront its own demagogues,” Bloomberg said at a commencement address at the University of Michigan. […]

  • The mosquito Aedes Aegypti as seen through a microscope. The main culprit in the spread of Zika as well as other viruses.

    First U.S. Zika death reported in Puerto Rico

    SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A 70-year-old Puerto Rican man died from complications of the Zika virus in February, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Puerto Rico Department of Health announced Friday. This is the first time in the United States or territories that Zika infection contributed to a death, the CDC […]

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    Selfies result in more double chin removals, Denver doctor says

    DENVER — The president does it. The Kardashians love it. And let’s face it, those in the news post them on social media pages a lot. Selfies have taken over photo albums and Facebook feeds in recent years, and now one Denver plastic surgeon says it is creating an increase in demand for people’s “double chins” […]

  • Robert Lewis Dear addresses Judge Gilbert Martinez during a court appearance on Dec. 9, 2015 in Colorado Springs. (Photo: by Andy Cross-Pool/Getty Images)

    Evaluator says accused Planned Parenthood shooter not competent to stand trial

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- An evaluator has told the court that the man who admitted to killing three people and injuring nine others in a shooting at a Planned Parenthood clinic on Thanksgiving weekend is not competent to stand trial. The judge must now made a ruling.

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    Ski secrets: What resorts won’t say about number of injuries on slopes

    DENVER — It’s a closely guarded secret: How many skiers get injured, either on their own or because of others, on Colorado slopes each season. “If it is reported, it could be misconstrued and misleading to the general public,” National Ski Association spokesman Dave Byrd told the FOX31 Denver Problem Solvers. Colorado School of Mines professor […]

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    Family wants charges in deadly crash where woman claims she ‘blacked out’

    LAKEWOOD, Colo. — The widow of 54-year-old Junior Andrade is furious that eight months after he was killed in a wrong-way crash, the woman responsible hasn’t been charged. “She should not be allowed to drive on the streets and take an innocent life.  She ruined our life, my husband’s life.  She stole it from him,” […]

  • Dead fish from Big Thompson River. Photo: Colorado Parks and Wildlife

    Fish kill in Big Thompson River might be linked to road construction project

    LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. — Colorado Parks and Wildlife confirmed Wednesday there was a fish kill in early March along portions of the Big Thompson River. Initial reports suggest it might be linked to a construction project along Highway 43 in Larimer County. According to CPW, initial reports of dead fish along the river prompted the shutdown […]


    Spanking can cause mental health problems in children, study suggests

    AUSTIN, Texas — A study suggests spanking can cause children to defy their parents more frequently and can also result in lifelong mental health issues. The study, conducted by experts at the University of Texas at Austin and the University of Michigan, says spanking can cause permanent social and developmental problems. The study, published in the April edition […]

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    Parents say ‘relentless bullying,’ Facebook post led to 14-year-old’s suicide

    WARRENTON, Mo. — The parents of a Missouri middle school student are reeling after their daughter took her own life after months of alleged harassment — in person and on social media — by the girl’s classmates. Destiny Gleason, 14, hanged herself on Wednesday from a pull-up bar in her bedroom after what her parents describe as relentless bullying culminated […]

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    Identified dog given to wrong person despite chip

    WESTMINSTER, Colo. — Those tiny animal microchips are marketed as a huge protection to help identify a lost pet. In practice, there has been a sad result. A Westminster family is finding that while their microchip worked, something failed with the animal hospital that scanned their dog. They reached out to the FOX31 Denver Problem […]