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Reuters - US News

Colorado shooting suspect said 'no more baby parts': reports

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Reuters) - The man accused of opening fire at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado and killing three people said "no more baby parts" while he was being arrested, NBC News and other media reported, citing unidentified law enforcement sources.

Trial of Baltimore police officer charged in man's death to start

(Reuters) - Trial begins on Monday for a Baltimore police officer charged in the death of a black man from an injury he suffered while in police custody that triggered rioting and protests and fueled a U.S. debate on police brutality.

Upstate New York town threatened by Arizona man in online post: reports

(Reuters) - Residents and authorities in a rural upstate New York community were taking precautions after an Arizona man posted a video online showing himself with a gun and saying he was traveling to the town for a possible confrontation, according to media reports.

Ex-prisoner Gross: Remembering Holocaust eased Cuba imprisonment

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - American former prisoner Alan Gross said remembering how his family survived the Holocaust helped him through five years of imprisonment in Cuba, where he was held on espionage charges, according to interview excerpts released on Friday.

Suspect in New Orleans shooting that wounded 17 in custody

(Reuters) - A suspect in a shooting at a New Orleans park last Sunday that wounded 17 people is in police custody, authorities said on Saturday.

Obama says U.S. has to 'do something' about guns after Colorado shooting

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Expressing what has become regularly repeated frustration on the issue, President Barack Obama said on Saturday the United States needs to "do something" to make it harder for criminals to get guns after a shooting in Colorado killed three people and injured nine.

Obama and daughters purchase prose and ice pops on Small Business Saturday

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama took his teenage daughters Malia and Sasha shopping on Saturday for books and a sweet treat to promote Small Business Saturday, an annual event designed to boost holiday shopping at mom-and-pop shops.

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Salt Lake Tribune - Nation / World

Morgan County owners envision resort on sage grouse turf

Russian ruble drops to historic low amid sanctions

Utah teen accused in deputy’s death gets February trial date

Multi-city chase ends with drug arrest in West Valley

Review: Slash’s ‘World on Fire’ at its best as a slow burn

Lowry: Congress should vote on action against ISIS

Hunt: Why Obama needs congressional authority to wage war

Review: Barbra Streisand’s timeless ‘Partners’ soars

Saletan: What kids really learn when their parents hit them

Waldman: View on Islamic State don’t follow party lines

Two polls, two different takes on Healthy Utah plan

Mall mashup: Washington Prime to buy Glimcher

PG&E officials removed for improper contacts

World Bank: Palestinian economy to shrink in 2014

China rig finds gas after Vietnam sea standoff

Trump Plaza is fourth Atlantic City casino to close

California issues test permits for self-driving cars

Salt Lake City Council to weigh mandatory rape-kit testing

Evidence disputed in Saratoga Springs shooting

Oligarch buys Russia’s most popular social media

Ice-cold, high-point beer a new niche for Utah brewery stores

Eccles Organ Festival kicks off series

Utah Opera brings Orpheus into 21st century

NOVA offers preview of upcoming chamber music series

Ann Cannon: Gray hair, don’t care!

Salt Lake County health inspectors shut down Midvale taco cart

Q&A: Chastain and McAvoy talk about ‘Eleanor Rigby’ film

Forward-thinking U2 innovating while entertaining

Revamped ‘View’ begins its daytime TV run

’Queen Latifah’ promises a ‘juicy’ second daytime TV season

DVD review: Just go with the ‘Sleepy Hollow’ flow

Ogden youth ballet company makes Salt Lake premiere with Japanese folktale

Utah author James Dashner gets Hollywood treatment with ‘The Maze Runner’

Miss America: More to worry about than red cup

Salt Lake City’s Pioneer Park due for face-lift

Utah forecast: Late-summer heat wave to break after midweek

Kirby: Don’t put off today what you’ll hate doing next spring

Child safety: Check your car seat expiration date

Utah County deputies nab 6, expect more arrests in kidnapping

One dead in central Utah coal mine accident

Utah Supreme Court to hear Draper election dispute

Robinson: Hillary Clinton needs to tell us her vision

Bride would like to honor both fathers

College football: Virginia tries to maintain edge for BYU

Logan man shot by officers in hospital sentenced

Committee chooses superintendent finalists, names still secret

Rich County man shoots, kills brother in hunting accident

BYU football: Cougars taking Virginia “more seriously” after big upset

Kurdish fighters seize villages from Islamic State fighters

House Republicans move ahead on training and arming Syrian rebels

U.S. says it’s open to talks with Iran on Islamic State

In Utah contests, Mia Love leads out with TV ads

Mormons’ close-knit nature, values drive them to GOP

Ex-LDS presiding bishop is favorite to head UTA board

Ukrainian president offers rebels big concessions to end uprising

700 feared dead in two boat wrecks in one week on Mediterranean

Study: Leaky pipes and seals, not fracking, tainted water

Utah poll troubling for Democrats, third-party candidates

For saving comrades, two Vietnam vets awarded Medals of Honor

Value of car seats touted at The Road Home

Indiana police: Former Utah man mutilated girlfriend’s body

Safety agency investigates Ford Fiesta latches

Apple: U2 album accessed by 33 million users

New York’s AG tries to stop drug termination

Missing Paradise man found dead in Cache County canyon

Arizona dog food plant surveyed after explosion

Martin MacNeill to serve up to 15 years for sexual abuse

PETA project invites University of Utah students to be chicken

Back to school — even in Texas immigration prison

Corps halts review of Oregon coal export terminal

BP Alaska plans layoffs following Hilcorp sale

PG&E fires three for talking with regulators

Letter: Bus driver has seen it all from bikers

Letter: UTOPIA, Comcast are different animals

Letter: We experience God, even if you don’t

Letter: Science and spirituality can and do co-exist

Letter: Utah’s class sizes do indeed matter

Letter: Thanks, Ute Tribe, for letting us be Utes, too

Letter: Pipe Great Lakes water to western U.S.

Editorial: Utah should consider easing sentences on sex offenders.

Here are five things that will make travel quicker, safer for cars, bikes, walkers

U.K. TV series take root in Acorn streaming service

United offers up to $100,000 if workers leave

Kragthorpe: Brandon Doman moves on, from BYU to little league

Utah football: Utes want to play villian in road trip to Michigan (video)

Police: Protocol followed in detention of actress

Newborn dies after mother killed by stray bullet

Judge sees confession tape in ‘79 missing boy case

Strict dress code nets detentions at NY school

Utah police remove Facebook post about shooting of black man

Utah football: Utes lose Jason Whittingham for about two months

Oklahoma trooper jailed on sex assault complaints

No lights? Arrested Utah bicyclist had more than that to worry about

Utah state agencies big users of military weapons

Utah Grizzlies sign young players Wojtala, Kapalka

Utah State football: Keeton still sidelined, Garretson will start

Speculation swirls over Fed language on rate hike

Regulators weighing wireless connecting standards

India spurs gold rebound from eight-month low

Yakima Valley hops growers face worker shortage

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ABC News - Business

Cyber Monday 2015: The Best Tech Deals We've Seen So Far

Shoppers who prefer to avoid the frenzy of Black Friday can look forward to some incredible deals on electronics for Cyber Monday.

Cyber Monday Travel Deals: Up to 90 Percent Off Hotel Rooms

Book fast for these travel deals.

How Black Friday Played out Around the Country

How Black Friday played out around the country; protests, marijuana discounts and hiking

Super Bowl of Shopping Is More Like a Scrimmage

Black Friday: The Super Bowl of shopping starts in stores, but it looks very different

Business Highlights

Business Highlights

Grain Lower and Livestock Mixed

Wheat,corn,oats and soybeans lower on the CBOT; beef higher and pork lower on the CME.

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Black Artists and the March Into the Museum

After decades of spotty acquisitions and token exhibitions, American museums are rewriting the history of 20th-century art to include black artists.

Buying Power: A Wealthy Governor and His Friends Are Remaking Illinois

Unprecedented political spending helped elect Bruce Rauner, a fresh-faced financier. But his ideological vision has unsettled many in the state.

First Draft: Chris Christie Endorsed by Key New Hampshire Newspaper

In the wake of the terrorist attacks in Paris, the influential New Hampshire Union Leader said Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey “is right for these dangerous times.”

Stanford 38, Notre Dame 36: Stanford Kick Sends Notre Dame’s Playoff Hopes Reeling

Conrad Ukropina’s 45-yard attempt sailed through the uprights, giving Stanford a wild 38-36 victory over Notre Dame and upending the race for the College Football Playoff.

State of Terror: ISIS’ Grip on Libyan City Gives It a Fallback Option

The Mediterranean port city of Surt has become an actively managed colony of the Islamic State, which has come under growing military and economic pressure in Syria and Iraq.

Painting the 20th Century

Eldzier Cortor (1916-2015), a painter and printmaker, was part of a generation of black artists whose work was overlooked by many institutions but is now being recognized.

Robert Dear, Suspect in Colorado Killings, ‘Preferred to Be Left Alone’

Mr. Dear lived in a white trailer on a patch of land by the Rocky Mountains and was described as “a mountain culture person.”

In Colorado, Bustling With Shoppers, Then Gripped by Chaos

A barrage of bullets turned a busy, snow-covered shopping center in Colorado Springs into a tableau of chaos and fear that lasted over five hours.

Siege Highlights Security Used in Abortion Clinics

The advanced camera system at the Planned Parenthood, which helped officers during the siege, was just one sign of the increasingly elaborate security measures that have been adopted by abortion clinics around the country.

Tyson Fury Ends Wladimir Klitschko’s Heavyweight Reign

Tyson Fury defeated Wladimir Klitschko by unanimous decision Saturday to end the Ukrainian’s nine-and-a-half-year reign as heavyweight champion and fulfill his father’s prophesy from the day he was born.

Olene Walker, Utah’s First Female Governor, Dies at 85

Ms. Walker prioritized education as the first and only female governor of the state and established an institute to help students pursue public service careers.

Tulsi Gabbard, Rising Democratic Star From Hawaii, Makes Mark on Party by Defying It

Ms. Gabbard, a Democrat known by many as a composed presence in the chamber, has started to shed that persona, becoming a critic of President Obama’s policies in Syria.

Police Transmissions of Colorado Springs Siege

A recording of police radio transmissions details the response to the shootings at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs on Friday.

First Draft: Obama’s Bookstore Haul: A Franzen, a Rushdie and a Wimpy Kid

Among the books President Obama bought during his annual Small Business Saturday outing was a Jonathan Franzen novel that includes an Edward Snowden-like character.

After a Defeat in Houston, the Fight for Gay Rights Shifts to Jacksonville

A push to create an anti-discrimination ordinance pits a coalition of gays and business forces against energized Christian conservatives.

Ex-Wife Says Robert Dear, Suspect in Colorado Rampage, Showed Few Signs of Obsession

Pamela Ross, the former wife of Mr. Dear, the man accused in a deadly siege in Colorado Springs, described seeing flashes of anger.

Russia Places Sanctions on Turkey

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday called for sanctions against Turkey, following the downing this week by Turkey of a Russian warplane.

Transgender Argentines Confront Continued Murder and Discrimination

Recent unsolved killings of transgender women have jolted Argentina, which has introduced some of the most liberal civil rights legislation in Latin America.

Obama’s Legacy at Stake in Paris Talks on Climate Accord

Climate change has become a hallmark for President Obama’s second term, and potentially a signature achievement.

Obama Says ‘Enough Is Enough’ After Colorado Shooting

President Obama responded angrily Saturday to the mass shooting in Colorado Springs that took three lives, calling the country’s recurring outbreak of gun violence “not normal.”

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