With election results certified, a Metropolitan State University of Denver professor explains voting patterns and surprises in Colorado in 2016.
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An Education Week investigation found that on any given day only one in four students at GOAL Academy used the school's learning software.
One of the fathers of modern radical Islam spent six months in Northern Colorado in 1949 and went home to Egypt where he authored essential writings for today's jihadists.
Donald Stratton was 19 and manning anti-aircraft guns on the U.S.S. Arizona when it was bombed at Pearl Harbor, killing more than a thousand men. Now 94, he is one of only five survivors of the Arizona still alive.
The Institute of Cannabis Research launches with multiple studies to find new uses for the plant -- including helping people with epilepsy.
Some residents of Denver’s Elyria-Swansea neighborhood, including community activist Candi CdeBaca, are unhappy with plans to widen Interstate 70 north of downtown. They’ve filed a civil rights complaint to stop the $1.2 billion project.
Deep under miles of nitrogen ice, an ocean of water could still flow on the dwarf planet. Photographs and data captured by the Colorado-led New Horizons spacecraft inspired the new research.
Havern School, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, was founded by nuns who studied interventions for kids with academic challenges.
They are Timothy Tymkovich, Chief Judge of the U.S. Court Appeals for the 10th Circuit, Neil Gorsuch, from that same Court and Allison Eid of the Colorado Supreme Court.
Early versions of the agency's report highlighted contaminated drinking water and vulnerabilities from fracking. The final version turned out differently: Fracking had not "led to widespread, systemic impacts."