In order to understand how space travel affects the human body and the aging process, scientists are comparing Scott Kelly, who spent a year in space, to his identical twin Mark Kelly, who stayed on Earth.
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Now in its 22nd year, "Stories From Wartime" gathers stories from veterans of major U.S. wars. It teaches students to gather oral histories. But for veterans, it's therapeutic.
Blackfeet activist Elouise Cobell launched the largest class-action lawsuit ever filed against the federal government. A new documentary chronicles the fight that ultimately produced a $3.4 billion settlement.
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Volkswagen has agreed to pay more than $21 billion for its worldwide emissions scandal. Colorado is poised to get a big chunk of that settlement.
When Denver actor Scott Takeda needed help playing an astronaut physician in new movie, he didn't have to look very far to find technical support.
The state health department will use comprehensive air quality data collected by Colorado State University.
A spokeswoman for the Colorado Muslim Society says members of the congregation are frightened and wondering about their families' futures after President Trump's executive order on refugees.