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  • Here’s how Colorado’s 9 members of Congress get along (or don’t) with President Trump
    Colorado never has been the friendliest territory for President Donald Trump. Republicans in the state led a failed revolt against his candidacy at the Republican National Convention, and Hillary Clinton carried Colorado by 5 percentage points in an otherwise bad night for the Democratic candidate. But since Trump’s inauguration, the nine members... Read more »
  • Former Panama dictator Manuel Noriega dies at 83
    PANAMA CITY — Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega has died, a source close to his family said. He was 83. The source was not authorized to be quoted by name. There was no immediate information on the cause of death, which occurred late Monday. Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela wrote in his... Read more »
  • Trump honors fallen and families in Memorial Day address at Arlington National Cemetery
    By Darlene Superville, The Associated Press ARLINGTON, Va. — President Donald Trump on Monday expressed the nation’s “boundless” gratitude for the ultimate sacrifice paid by Americans defending the United States, dedicating his first Memorial Day address as commander in chief to a top Cabinet secretary and two other families who lost... Read more »
  • Colorado Navy SEAL killed when parachute fails to open during Memorial Day demonstration
    By Larry Neumeister, The Associated Press JERSEY CITY, N.J. — A Navy SEAL who fell to his death when his parachute failed to open during a Fleet Week demonstration over the Hudson River has been identified as a 27-year-old Colorado man. The accident that killed Remington J. Peters occurred Sunday at Liberty... Read more »
  • Authorities investigate possible opioid and other drug thefts by VA hospital employees
    By Hope Yen, The Associated Press WASHINGTON — Federal authorities are investigating dozens of new cases of possible opioid and other drug theft by employees at Veterans Affairs hospitals, a sign the problem isn’t going away as more prescriptions disappear. Data obtained by The Associated Press show 36 criminal investigations opened by... Read more »
  • Teens escape home invasion in west Colorado Springs
    When unknown invaders forced their way into a home on Manitou Boulevard early Monday, two quick-thinking teen boys inside got out of the home through a window and called for help. The boys escaped unharmed, Colorado Springs Police said. Three officers from the Gold Hill substation set up containment in the... Read more »
  • Fountain residents asked to begin voluntary water restrictions
    By Jakob Rodgers, The Gazette Fountain leaders expect mandatory watering restrictions to be implemented later this summer, and they want residents to voluntarily begin conserving water Thursday. Related ArticlesMay 21, 2017 High water system costs a drain on housing affordability along northern Front Range May 18, 2017 South Platte River tests high for levels of... Read more »
  • Boulder scientists headed south in bid to capture celestial shadow
    Ten faculty and students from the University of Colorado are heading way down under to help NASA learn more about a destination that is way far out there. They are among those recruited by Boulder’s Southwest Research Institute to take part in an occultation observation in support of the New Horizons... Read more »
  • Indonesia police arrest 3 suspected militants after bombings
    By Niniek Karmini, The Associated Press JAKARTA, Indonesia — Indonesian police said they arrested more suspected militants on Monday following suicide bombings in Jakarta last week that killed three policemen. Central Java Police spokesman Djarod Padakova said a man identified as Wahyudi was arrested early Monday in Sukoharjo district of West Java... Read more »
  • Buster Posey avoids “big guys tumbling” in Nationals-Giants brawl
    SAN FRANCISCO — As an irate Bryce Harper charged toward the mound, Buster Posey just stood and watched from behind home plate. And when the Washington Nationals and San Francisco Giants cleared their benches Monday and punches flew both ways, the All-Star catcher did his best to remain just outside... Read more »

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BREAKING NEWS…Death Toll Rises to 12 in Oaxaca as Govt Represses Teacher Protests

Editors Note: Mexican government officials continue to attack teachers. It has been only 9 months when 43 student teachers, “normalistas” as ...
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