Very soon, the US Supreme Court is expected to rule in a landmark affirmative action case. And we’re going to learn what it could mean for colleges and universities in Colorado.
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Any day now, the U.S. Supreme Court will rule in two historic cases that have to do with gay marriage. One tests the constitutionality of the federal Defense of Marriage Act, or DOMA.
Linda Medina was this year's valedictorian at Sheridan High School in Denver, but her future is uncertain. Medina's family came to this country illegally when she was six.
Boulder city council is expecting a packed house on Monday. A special meeting will address whether to adopt a sister city in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, Nablus.
The military is discharging more of its soldiers for misconduct than at any time in recent history. But what if the misconduct is related to the trauma of combat?