THE MIX

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Immigration action: Sí se pudo! ‘It’s a little bit “Ya we did” and a little bit ‘Ya he did’”

At the front of a packed room at Denver’s 100% De Agave Thursday night, Lupe Santibáñez and her husband Carlos Sepulveda stood perfectly still, arms around each other and wet eyes fixed on one of the half dozen screens that surrounded them. For 1 > read more

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Speaking their names: Aurora student talks undocumented parents

They're not abstract lawbreakers, freeloaders or hardworking community members unfairly relegated to the shadows. Naza thinks his family is really just so normal. > read more

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Arvada man among thousands of immigrants unclear on details of Obama executive order

“I was trying to just be glad for the people who qualified, but right now, I’ll be honest. I don’t really care about the 11 million immigrants. I’m just thinking about myself." > read more

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Wiretap: Battle over CIA torture report raging behind scenes

Outgoing U.S. Senator Mark Udall from Colorado is reportedly at the head of a group of Democratic lawmakers demanding concessions from the Obama administration on the release of the report. > read more

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Statetap: Rape kits hard to come by on Colorado college campuses

Though calls to tamp down campus sexual assault have been crescendoing recently, a Rocky Mountain PBS News report shows that rape kits -- the medical and forensic supplies crucial for reliable prosecution of these incidents -- are hard to come by on > read more

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Black clergy calls for police restraint around possible Ferguson-related protests

If they believed justice were in fact color blind, African American community leaders wouldn’t be calling for police restraint to insure protestor safety in anticipation of a grand jury decision out of Ferguson, Missouri. > read more

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Wiretap: DIY terrorist messaging has been bad for journalists

Remember the time before beheadings -- a time when Islamic extremists wanted to persuade reporters, not kill them. Then came the time when they could get their message across without journalists and the dynamic changed. > read more

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Payday loan policy and the art of legislative compromise

DENVER — De Jimenez is a single mother of three. She works in medical records and one of her children is in college. She recently […] > read more

IN-DEPTH

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Comrades in peace

On the first Friday in November, though they’re still remodeling their new home in the Santa Fe Arts District, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1 was as bustling as any gallery on the street.... > read more

CHASING LIGHT

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Chasing Light: #Snovember

  Just a week ago I was lamenting the warm, dry weather and taking photos of wavy golden grasses. But Summit County was in the […] > read more