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Wiretap: Good news for America’s low-wage workers

  It has taken a while, but it looks like low-wage workers at McDonald’s – meaning nearly all the workers at McDonald’s – may have […] > read more

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Wiretap: Football and its repercussions

  In the case of Pat Bowlen: The heartbreaking irony of an NFL owner suffering from brain disease. As Bowlen’s family announces that his battle […] > read more

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Wiretap: The world is aflame, again

It's an horrific bloody summer. It's not the first and it won't be the last. The good news is that the horrific bloodiness of this summer will fade in memory, as did the horrific bloodiness of past summers. > read more

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Wiretap: Judge overturns Longmont fracking ban

  The Colorado fracking wars continue. A Boulder County judge has overturned Longmont’s fracking ban even as the issue may be headed to the ballot […] > read more

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Colorado on its last month defending marriage ban

Last night U.S. District Judge Raymond P. Moore ruled that Colorado's marriage ban is unconstitutional. > read more

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Wiretap: Another botched execution

  It was another botched execution – this time in Arizona. It took nearly two hours for murderer Joseph Wood to die. As in the […] > read more

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Pulse of religion still beats in conservative politics

  “AM I the only guy who’s ending sentences with ‘amen’ this weekend?” Ralph Reed, conservative political operative and born-again Christian, asked during his speech […] > read more

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Wiretap: Courts duel in Obamacare rulings

  The D.C. Circuit delivered what Megan McArdle called a “body blow” to Obamacare. It could even be worse than that. The court, in a […] > read more

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Clean Power Plan draws all kinds to testify before EPA

Denver is playing host Tuesday and Wednesday of this week as the EPA opens its LEED-certified doors, inviting testimony from all over the region and nation on the agency’s proposed Clean Power Plan, which would cut overall carbon pollution from exi... > read more