An expert explains why the U.S. is vulnerable to criticisms of hypocrisy in the diplomatic realm until it destroys the last of its chemical weapons, some of which are in Colorado.
Seventy years ago this week the skiing soldiers of World War 2 fought to take Italy's Mt. Belvedere, which had been an impenetrable obstacle to defeating the Axis powers.
Colorado parents who lost their military sons and daughters to meet in Steamboat Springs this weekend.
The southern Front Range city relies heavily on a shrinking military, so it's looking to diversify the local economy.
Kids with a parent who goes to war are connecting in Colorado summer camps.
Colorado Springs Gazette reporter Dave Philipps won a Pulitzer Prize for reporting on the increasing number of soldiers being discharged from the military for misconduct.