6:18am

Tue April 22, 2014

6:03am

Tue April 22, 2014
World

British Marine's New Mission: Save All Of Kabul's Street Animals

Originally published on Tue April 22, 2014 7:53 pm

Louise Hastie, the shelter manager of Nowzad Dogs in Kabul, holds a stray puppy named Aki. Afghanistan has a large population of street cats and dogs. While there are no government programs to control the animals, foreigners have taken in some.
David Gilkey NPR

Joey's silky gold hair gleams in the afternoon sun. The big bundle of energy loves to cuddle. He also looks like he could lose a few pounds.

This herding dog is one of the many survival stories here at the Kabul shelter and clinic called Nowzad Dogs. The facility has rescued and treated hundreds of street animals in Afghanistan and has helped reunite hundreds of soldiers and contractors with animals they informally adopted while deployed in the country.

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9:56am

Mon April 21, 2014
National

What's Behind U.S. Farmer Suicide?

A 2002 study in the American Journal of Public Health found that men living in rural counties were much more likely to kill themselves than urban men.
Credit Stephen D / Flickr

An alarming number of farmers in the U.S. take their own lives, according to the magazine Newsweek. And while we don’t have great statistics, some of the best numbers available suggest men on the farm today kill themselves nearly twice as often as other men in the general population.

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6:21am

Mon April 21, 2014
Transportation

Watch This Helicopter Tour Of The Future Commuter Line To DIA

Screencap from the East Rail Line flyover, pictured is the new platform at Union Station (in the right corner). Toward the upper right, you can see Coors Field.
RTD YouTube

6:17am

Mon April 21, 2014

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