THE MIX

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Bob Berwyn talks with KGNU about his crowd-funded climate-change reporting

"It's not only a crowd-funding website. It's also a journalism incubator. It really is a group of folks that help independent journalists raise money for specific types of projects." > read more

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Wiretap: Ground war gallop

Republicans are galloping toward a ground war in Syria and Iraq, Dana Milbank writes in The Washington Post. > read more

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Wiretap: War? What war?

Al Hunt makes the case, first made by Thomas Jefferson, that Barack Obama needs congressional approval to fight the war against the Islamic State. > read more

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Wiretap: War or counterterrorism?

Are we at war against ISIS? Or is it, as President Obama put it, a "counterterrorism campaign"? > read more

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For Sale: The Denver Post

Digital First Media, owner of the Post and many other papers in Colorado, announced Friday that it will “evaluate and consider strategic alternatives” that could lead to the sale of the whole company or pieces of it. > read more

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Wiretap: Hundreds of militias, which to support?

Who are the Syrian rebels that Americans would recruit to fight against ISIS? The New York Times writes that it’s a difficult question to answer. > read more

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Wiretap: The legacy of war

The president whose goal was to remove America from a "permanent war footing" is putting down his own footprint. It's a legacy issue, David Nakumara writes in the Washington Post. > read more

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Wiretap: ISIS jihadists delighted over possible war

Barack Obama is getting dragged back into a war in Iraq and, according to the New York Times, also in Syria. The ISIS jihadists couldn’t be happier. > read more

IN-DEPTH

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Beauprez focuses on federal issues in Colorado gubernatorial race

Back in January former Republican Congressman Bob Beauprez said he couldn’t decide wether to run for U.S. senator or governor of Colorado. Nine months later, in the home stretch of his gubernatorial race against incumbent Democrat John Hickenlooper... > read more

CHASING LIGHT

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Chasing Light: Roadside tundra

Roadside photography goes all the way back to the time when landscape picture-takers used mules to lug their giant box cameras to the edge of the Grand Canyon. > read more