Scientists have found that bacteria from the toad's own skin can protect them against a deadly fungal infection and say the same approach could protect other species as well.
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An author of Colorado's marijuana amendment says Tuesday's votes by four states to allow recreational marijuana will soon lead to nationwide acceptance, and passage in California will have major impact here.
The Thornton Democrat said Hillary Clinton was a "flawed" candidate and made an easy target for Donald Trump.
The six-part series, produced by filmmaker Ron Howard, tries to get everything right about how humans will settle Mars. Keeping the science real was the job of a professor at the University of Colorado.
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A new documentary tells the story of 218,000 American service members buried overseas, including members of Colorado's famed 10th Mountain Division.
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