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Lewis Charged With First Degree Murder

Lewis Charged With First Degree Murder In Planned Parenthood Attack

Robert Lewis Dear, who police say was the gunman in Friday's fatal attack on the Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood clinic, on Monday was charged with first degree murder.
Fewer Americans Say Climate Change

Poll: Fewer Americans Say Climate Change Is A Serious Problem

The number of people who believe climate change is a serious problem facing the United States is declining, but they are still in the majority, a poll released Monday indicates.
Biskupski Outlines Transition In Letter To City Workers

Biskupski Outlines Transition In Letter To City Workers, Asks Department Heads To Resign

Salt Lake City's mayor-elect, Jackie Biskupski has sent an e-mail to city workers outlining her transition plan as she prepares to assume office in January. She's also asked dozens of current staff members to submit their resignations.
'Too Big To Fail' Lending Policy

Federal Reserve Ends ‘Too Big To Fail’ Lending Policy

The Federal Reserve Board approved a rule Monday prohibiting the government from extending emergency loans to "too big to fail" companies

Mom And Six-Year-Old Daughter Injured In Millcreek Auto Pedestrian Accident

Unified Police are on the scene of an auto-pedestrian accident involving a mom and her six-year-old daughter.