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  For the second day in a row, lightning has been blamed in the death of a visitor at Rocky Mountain National Park. Park spokeswoman Kyle Patterson says officials were notified late Saturday afternoon of four people being struck by lightning near...

For 2nd day, lightning kills 1 in Colorado park

Updated: 7/13/2014 08:09 AM

  Heavy rains soaked the suburbs late Saturday night. Storms were expected to dump as much as 1 to 2 inches of rain, according to the National Weather Service. A tornado watch for most of the Northwest suburbs expired at 1 a.m. Reports of damage so...

Storms rumble through area

Updated: 7/13/2014 08:25 AM

  Some of us are wired - either through biology or culturalization - for competition, our Ken Potts says. And while the drive to win can help us succeed in some aspects of life, he says, often we realize too late that our competitiveness has driven a...

With cooperation, everyone wins

Updated: 7/10/2014 10:29 AM

  Pamela Prince-Eason isn’t letting women business owners off the hook — if they want more contracts with big corporations or the government, they have to work harder to get them than they do now. The CEO of the Women’s Business...

Want contracts? Work harder, women’s org. CEO says

Updated: 7/13/2014 06:16 AM

  The United Nations left open the option for rich and poor nations to remain divided in their obligations on climate change, setting up a conflict over exactly who should cut greenhouse gases.

U.N. climate proposal leaves open option of rich-poor firewall

Updated: 7/13/2014 06:18 AM

  More previous than gold, heroin and cocaine, Rhino horns add up to $8 billion to $10 billion annual global illicit trade in wildlife. “It is threatening the existence of species which have roamed the Earth since pre-historic times,” said...

More precious than gold, heroin, cocaine: Rhino horn

Updated: 7/13/2014 06:13 AM

  JPMorgan Chase chief executive Jamie Dimon has been commended for being honest this week about having throat cancer. Investors were less gracious about word of Steve Jobs' cancer. There are no specific guidelines from the SEC on what boards must...

Rules vague on sharing the news when a CEO gets sick

Updated: 7/13/2014 06:19 AM

  Landing top talent is getting so tough in Silicon Valley that technology companies are trying anything for an edge -- including hiring interns out of high school and boosting new recruits’ perks. Facebook said it just started wooing interns...

In Silicon Valley, no unpaid internships

Updated: 7/10/2014 02:39 PM

  When robots first started playing soccer, it was a challenge for them just to see the ball. And to stay upright. But the machines participating in this month’s international RoboCup tournament are making passes and scoring points. Their...

Heads up, World Cup teams: The robots are coming

Updated: 7/13/2014 06:14 AM

  When many of us have a medical appointment we’re concerned about our finances: how much will we owe out-of-pocket? What’s our co-pay? But next time, you may also want to ask your doctors about their financial situation. This fall, all...

Who pays your doc? Info will be available online

Updated: 7/13/2014 06:12 AM

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