Denver Airport Is Home to Stranded Travelers

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Travelers at Denver International Airport have been forced to make themselves at home in the airport after a snow storm shut it down, canceling nearly 2,000 flights.

The airport's runways reopened in the early afternoon on Friday. But it may take days to clear the backlog of travelers.



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