Using a series of videos, "The Humor Code" authors tested the "world's funniest joke" to see if it's possible to make it funnier. Science explains -- sort of -- what worked. And what didn't.
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Take a walk through an oil operation to learn the difference between a drilling rig, a fracking operation or a completed well.
In the first installment of our series Fracking and Water: The Ripple Effect, we examine how trucking factors into the local economy and what local residents are saying.
CPR Arts Editor Chloe Veltman discusses some of the most interesting cultural happenings around Colorado this weekend, April 10-13.
"Civil War: The Untold Story" recounts the epic battles in the region between the Appalachians and the Mississippi River. Some historians say they were just as crucial to the outcome of the war as battles in the east, like Gettysburg.
The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver will hear arguments over the next two weeks in cases trying to defeat laws that effectively ban same-sex marriage in Utah and Oklahoma.
In 2004, CSU's Russ Schumacher won Jeopardy's "Tournament of Champions." Now he's returned to challenge other top contestants for the show's 30th anniversary.
Colorado is poised to become the third state in the nation to put into service its own aerial firefighting fleet.
You flooded us with questions and suggestions for the state’s water plan, now under development. We posed them to the man in charge.
David Sibley writes and illustrates some of the most famous bird guides in the world. He’s in the state to see the Gunnison Sage Grouse, the last North American bird on his life list.