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Shooter kills officer, 2 others at Colo. clinic
Flying off the shelves
PHILLIPS MAKES HISTORY
Anger in the aftermath
Russia backs away
UConn’s rally falls short vs. Gonzaga
Paris solemnly honors 130 lost to terrorism
Chinese regulators have launched a probe into Citic, the country’s largest stockbroker, for suspected violations of securities rules.
1 charged, 1 sought in killing of 9-year-old
Black Friday crowds seem smaller
Climate Talks Face High Barriers, Hopes
Russia announced plans to impose sanctions on Turkish interests in response to Turkey’s shootdown of a Russian warplane.
Tracy farm recalls vegetable mix used in Costco salad linked to E. coli breakout in seven states.
NEW WAVE of airstrikes hits Islamic State stronghold.
Fourteen Tigers will play in their last home game today.
A ground zero forgotten
Shiite government reigns at other tribes’ peril
ASIA’S ‘ MISSING WOMEN’ PROBLEM
Poland’s Polanski ruling all but ends U.S. case
Ex-Gitmo inmate leads fight on Taliban, ISIS
Industrial Strength Architecture
Also: Adele’s 25 is on a recordsetting pace.
Attacks renew U.S. debate over domestic surveillance,
In Kenya, the Pope Draws an Adoring Crowd
As NSA phone data program ends, U.S. surveillance evolves
The Private Island Vacation
Chicago police shooting video raises serious concerns
Retail prices of prescription drugs for skin conditions surged fivefold on average between 2009 and 2015, a new study found.
In Cambridge, Punting Rules Push Forward, Raising a Ripple
MAG MILE RAGE
GOP tack on heroin crisis underlines racial divide
Paris honors attack victims
Emission Scandal Spreads To Audi
U. S. universities establish Education City in Qatar
Top investment bankers in the Persian Gulf have quit amid the worst slump in M&A activity in a decade.
Cubans protest loss of visas
China plans a naval facility in the African nation of Djibouti that experts say is likely to become Beijing’s first foreign military base.
Brazil and mining firms challenged a U.N. report that a dam failure spread toxic chemicals into a river.