Denver weather: Sunny skies and cool temperatures in the metro area
The snow’s gone, but the cold is staying.
Denver skies will be sunny but the high temperature will top off at just 45, according to the National Weather Service. There will be winds of 7-10 mph that may gust up to 16 mph.
Temperatures will drop below freezing at night, falling to 21 degrees.
Wednesday will be similar with sunny skies and a high of 47 before falling to a low of 22 at night. The temperature will crack a high of 50 on Thursday and fall to a low of 26 in the evening.
Herald morning quiz: November 11
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Second victim dies from triple shooting in Denver on Locust Street.
A second victim, a man, has died from a triple shooting in Denver last week.
William O’Keefe, 30, died at Denver Health Medical Center of a gunshot wound, according to the Denver Office of the Medical Examiner. His death is a homicide. O’Keefe was taken to DHMC from the 3200 block of Locust Street.
Eric Macias, 34, was shot and killed in the early morning hours of Nov. 4 in the same incident.
Denver police on Tuesday confirmed that O’Keefe is the second victim to die from the triple shooting on Locust Street. No arrest has been made in the case. An investigation is ongoing.
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Oil Extends Gains On Vaccine Cheer
Oil prices rose more than 1 percent on Tuesday to extend gains from the previous session as positive news about a potential coronavirus vaccine raised hopes of a swifter global economic recovery.
Benchmark Brent crude climbed 1.4 percent to $42.98 per barrel, while West Texas Intermediate crude futures were up 1.1 percent at $40.73.
After Pfizer reported that its coronavirus vaccine is more than 90 percent effective, U.S. President-elect Joe Biden heralded the positive new development in the race for a vaccine, but said it will still be several months before most of the country is inoculated.
The results were based on the first interim efficacy analysis conducted on November 8, 2020 by an external, independent Data Monitoring Committee from the phase 3 clinical study. The Committee has not reported any serious safety concerns.
Markets are also reacting to reports suggesting that OPEC and its Russia-led allies would roll over the current cuts for another quarter to the end of March to balance the market.
Saudi Arabia’s Energy Minister, Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman, said on Monday that the current deal could be tweaked if there was consensus among members of the group.
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Trump to launch PAC to retain influence after departing White House
President Trump will set up a so-called leadership PAC that will allow him to fundraise and maintain his hold on the Republican Party even after he departs the White House.
Trump campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh told Fox News on Tuesday that “the president always planned to do this, win or lose, so he can support candidates and issues he cares about, such as combating voter fraud.”
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The announcement of the leadership political action committee could come as early as this week.
Leadership committees, a common vehicle for many politicians, are allowed by law to accept contributions up to $5,000 per year per donor. They can also accept donations from other PACs. Leadership PACs can spend unlimited amounts of money to help other candidates. And the money they raise can also be used for pay for travel, consultants and staff, and polling.
Word of the PAC was first reported by the New York Times and confirmed by Fox News.
Show of support for Thai King
Thai Muslims in yellow attire holding up a portrait of the Thai King during a pro-monarchy rally at Chalerm Phrakiat National Administration Centre for Islamic Affairs in Bangkok yesterday. The pro-royalist group gathered in support of King Maha Vajiralongkorn following recent street rallies by protesters calling for reform of the monarchy and for Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to resign.
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