What was supposed be an "uneventful" mission quickly turned into one of the most deadly battles in U.S. military history. At least one Marine still feels its impact decades later.
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The Coloradan will read his original essay about a vicious battle in Vietnam, along with other veterans, at the Boulder Public Library Nov. 20.
"Recovering" follows injured soldiers, still in or recently out of the military, as they overcome physical disabilities and PTSD by cycling long distances together.
The statue is of a cartoon character who had virtually no connection to the town.
Two political newcomers reflect on running for office, even when the odds proved insurmountable. Colorado Matters followed them throughout the election season.
After Hillary Clinton's upset loss to Donald Trump, Democrats' unity reform committee will reexamine the party's nominating process.
While the 3rd presidential candidates won more votes this year than in years past, they didn't garner as many votes as earlier polls predicted.
Frances Beckwith, visiting scholar in conservative thought and policy at the University of Colorado Boulder, shares his insights.
Colorado voters approved the medically-assisted death law, Proposition 106, by a 65-35 margin.