As the Bikram yoga craze sweeps the globe, one Colorado researcher finds that practitioners are getting about the same burn as they would if they went for a brisk walk.
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Richard Adams and Tony Sullivan’s fight to get their marriage recognized began in 1975. It continues today, a struggle for both the rights of gays and of immigrants.
Thirty-five years ago, as a small child, Vinh Chung crossed the South China sea in a rickety boat with hundreds of other escapees from post-war Vietnam.
Activists are pushing to bring their quest to limit oil and gas development to the voters.
Michele Battiste writes about the Hungarian Uprising of 1956 through her family's eyes.
The drought has ended for much of Colorado, but the U.S. Drought Monitor map shows big red splotches over southeastern parts Colorado, meaning “extreme” to “exceptional” conditions -- the worst drought ratings. And that's causing beef prices to climb.
Researchers at the University of Colorado School of Medicine say they've found a more effective drug to treat one of the leading causes of infertility.
Colorado's ban on same-sex marriage appears headed for defeat, according to even its legal defender. That means different things to many people in the state.
Denver Sheriff Gary Wilson's jail is facing 114 internal affairs investigations -- quite a few for a department with about 750 officers.
A lethal parasite carried by an insect nicknamed 'the kissing bug' is moving north from Latin America, but a recent medical breakthrough could slow it down.