"Cosmos" is back on television and capturing the imaginations of Coloradans. Doug Duncan, director of Boulder’s Fiske Planetarium, answers Coloradans’ questions about the series and our universe.
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A Denver Post investigation finds an over-reliance on medication for foster children, instead of therapy, to help them heal from trauma.
Narelle Helmer Woods was an officer in the Marine Corps and her story is the subject of an Academy Award-nominated film about sexual assault in the armed forces.
Elite runner Kara Goucher had already crossed the finish line at the Boston Marathon when the bombs went off a year ago, but the experience rocked her -- and her young son.
Blending sketch comedy, interactive theater and wise-cracking soliloquies, Horse & Cart’s new production journeys into the minds of two 17th century art-loving divas.
Elizabeth Escobedo tells the stories of her two aunts, who worked in factories -- and found their identities -- during World War II.
When "balanced information" means wildly different things to parents and medical professionals, conversations can quickly go awry.
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.