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Statetap: Minneapolis wrangles Xcel on renewables, in nod to Boulder

Minneapolis's new contract with Xcel Energy includes an agreement that the utility work with the city to meet carbon reduction goals. Thank you Colorado college town by the Flatirons.

Wiretap: A New York Times multi-point Obamacare inspection

  Is Obamacare working? That's a complicated question, nearly as complex as the law itself. The New York Times did a full-scale investigation and found,...

Wiretap: The astonishing horror of ISIS captivity

In a terrifyingly sad and astonishing story in the New York Times, Rukmini Callimachi tells of the lives lived by the hostages in the days they were held by ISIS.

Statetap: Evangelicals for Ebola; Snoop Dogg for Dunafon

Focus on the Family on Wednesday denounced its talk-radio host's take on Ebola: "It could solve America's problems with atheism, homosexuality, sexual promiscuity, pornography and abortion."

Wiretap: Ebola as limited medical problem; large psychological problem

  An Ebola-infected nurse boarded a Frontier Airlines flight from Dallas to Cleveland, and the Ebola crisis moved to full-blown Ebola panic. It's not just...

Littwin: It’s bigger than personhood, Mr. Gardner

  Let's say, for argument's sake, that the prime-time 9News Senate debate, which was broadcast on Channel 20, actually got a decent audience (I doubt...

Wiretap: Fear and deafness cut path for Ebola

We can't deal with the virus simply by Tweeting pictures of quarantined dogs in Spain while looking to shut airports and banish images of Africa.

Wiretap: Conservative JeffCo school board presses vaguely ahead

After hours of public discussion, the board voted 3-2, as expected, to revise procedures for reviewing curriculum. But did it really approve the proposed review of AP U.S. History?

Wiretap: Moving over, Eric Holder

Eric Holder has announced his resignation, but he'll be here for a while still. He won't go until there's a replacement, and a replacement, particularly if Republicans take the Senate, won't come easy.

Wiretap: Treating Ebola

The doctor leading the fight against Ebola in Sierra Leone fell ill with the disease, and doctors decided not to use ZMapp. He died, and the unused doses went to two American aid workers in Liberia.
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