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When History Colorado archaeologist Thomas Carr went to his boyhood home in North Carolina, he didn't expect to stumble upon a trove of broken toys buried in the ground.
Journalist T. Christian Miller looked at rape investigations, with a focus on one in the state.
Colorado author Annie Grace says there are ways to tactfully reject that extra glass of wine.
Supporters say it's too easy for homeowners to sue condo builders and a fix would help alleviate the state's affordable housing shortage.
While transgender people have seen dramatic social changes in recent years, access to health care remains a concern.
"A man's horse is murdered, his younger brother's famous, and the whiskey's too good. Things are about to get strange." --That's the premise of Colorado author Gregory Hill's new book.
A "Death with Dignity" bill is back under a new name: "End of Life Options."
How does the "galactic senate" work, anyway?