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Cindy Sewell and her 3-year-old daughter, Riley Sewell, look at the memorial placed on the west side of the Capitol in Denver on Saturday. People were drawn to the makeshift tribute, as well as at the City and County Building, to talk about the terrorist tragedies last week.

Webb calls for federalization of airport security
 Diana DeGette and Mayor Wellington Webb today called on federal authorities to take over passenger screening at airports in the wake of terrorist attacks on the United States.
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Dow ends down 684 points
  Scared investors sent stocks reeling Monday as Wall Street resumed trading after its longest shutdown since the Great Depression. The Dow Jones industrial average set a record for a one-day point drop and closed below 9,000 for the first time in more than 2 1/2 years.
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U.S. promised 'full wrath'
The Bush administration on Sunday warned Saudi exile Osama bin Laden and Afghanistan's Taliban militia that they face the "full wrath" of the United States for Tuesday's terrorist attacks.
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 Standoff forces parents to pick up students
 Probe nets 49 people
 Airline, insurance big losers in market fall

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Collision kills 8 Wyoming athletes
Eight University of Wyoming athletes were killed and a ninth was in intensive care Sunday after an early morning head-on collision just north of the Colorado border.
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DIA still not back to normal
Officials at Denver International Airport said don't expect today to be anything like a "normal" Monday even though it is the start of the first full business week after the terrorist attack.
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 Dow Ends Down 685, Nasdaq Falls 116
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 Lower Manhattan Returns to Work
 Synagogues Increasing Security
 Koreas Near Reunion Agreement
 Source: NFL, Refs, Agree to Contract
 Security High As Sports Resume

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Net increase
Professional and amateur webmasters poured their grief into their craft last week, establishing sites devoted to the victims and survivors of Tuesday's terrorist attacks. Untold sites sprang up immediately after the disasters, providing a means for families and friends to determine the status of people in the explosion areas and giving the entire population chat rooms where they could vent their emotions.
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Avs vow to regroup without Forsberg
Colorado Avalanche players won't be surprised if All-Star center Peter Forsberg sits out the entire 2001-02 NHL season. "Basically, that's what he was thinking when he talked to us. He said to us that he was looking to take the year off," goaltender Patrick Roy said Sunday.
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Kids for Kids
After Tuesday's deadly terrorist attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, students at Denver's Rocky Mountain Hebrew Academy gradually left classes and made their way home to watch hours of TV coverage. They also found unexpected solace in a program they'd joined just last week: an international e-mail network for children affected by terrorism, known as Kids for Kids.
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