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Robert Lewis Dear

Colorado Springs Police Dept.

Police worked to pick off Colorado shooter

Find the perfect moment to take out the gunman with a burst of well-placed shots. But take no chances of hitting one of his hostages by mistake.

President Barack Obama

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Obama on Colorado: 'Enough is enough'

Responding to another high-profile episode of gun violence, President Barack Obama told the American people on Saturday that "we have to do something about the easy accessibility of weapons of war on our streets to people who have no business wieldin...

Officer Garrett Swasey

University of Colorado-Colorado Springs

Slain officer was once champion skater

Years before Garrett Swasey joined a Colorado campus police department, he was making intricate dance moves on ice.

Planned Parenthood shooting night


Witness faced off with gunman at Colorado clinic

A gunman who killed three people at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado started firing in the parking lot -- unleashing a barrage of bullets with a "cold stone face," a witness said.

Police Officer Garrett Swasey died in the attack Friday, along w...

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UNICEF: Teen AIDS deaths tripled since 2000

The number of adolescent deaths from AIDS has tripled in the last 15 years despite efforts to curb infections, with the majority of cases reported in sub-Sahara Africa, the United Nations Children's Fund announced Friday.

French police on guard

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COP21: Tight security ahead of climate summit

"No, no, no, no, no, the COP21 will be held."

That was the answer of French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius when asked whether the U.N. Climate Conference known as COP21 would be moved or postponed after the terror attacks in Paris on November 13.

It ...



Three killed in attack on U.N. mission in Mali

A mortar attack on a U.N. base in northern Mali early Saturday killed three people -- two peacekeepers and a contractor -- and injured 20 others, a spokesman for the nation's U.N. mission said.

There was no immediate claim of responsibility, spokesma...

Raspberry Pi computer

Raspberry Pi Foundation via CNN

This $5 computer sold out in a day

Raspberry Pi has raised the bar on low-cost computing again.

The UK-based educational nonprofit released a new, tiny computer on Thursday for $5, the Raspberry Pi Zero, and sold out of it online within a day.

That's $30 cheaper than its original Raspb...

Ankara, Turkey


Turkish journalists charged with espionage

Two prominent Turkish journalists have been arrested on charges of espionage and aiding an armed terrorist organization, according to a news report.

Can Dundar, editor-in-chief of Turkish daily newspaper Cumhuriyet, and Erdem Gul, the newspaper's Anka...

Pope in Uganda


Pope starts Uganda visit with Mass for martyrs

Pope Francis begins his first full day in Uganda on Saturday -- a country whose legal stance against homosexuality does not mirror his message of tolerance.

Francis began, unsurprisingly, on a positive note.

"The world is witnessing an unprecedented ...

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