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Dear readers, What a year. So much upheaval. So much soul-searching about who we are as a nation. So much fear wondering if this is...

Guns, pot, the Kochs and more: 5 memorable stories from 2016

From puncturing false narratives about Colorado to writing lengthy explainers that would never fit in a newspaper's pages, from interviewing would-be revolutionaries to penning...

2016: An unfunny news year through the eyes of cartoonist Mike...

In a few days, we'll bid adieu to 2016, a year that seemed to bring decidedly un-amusing waves of violence, turmoil and political unrest....

Data privacy, school finance top education issues for 2016 legislative session

Originally posted on Chalkbeat by Todd Engdahl on May 13, 2016 For education, the 2016 legislative session was more about what didn’t happen than...

What did lawmakers do for Jane Coloradan and her family this...

  Hi, I'm Jane. I'm a 34-year-old married mom of two living in a Denver suburb. Like the typical Colorado family, my husband and I...

Super Tuesday: It’s Bernie Sanders v. Hillary Clinton on the air

Thanks to a GOP decision not to hold a straw poll, making the Republican presidential caucus on Super Tuesday a virtual nonevent, the political...

Candidates in GOP US Senate race agree to agree

DENVER — Eager to understand what sets candidates apart in the crowded field of GOP contenders vying to unseat U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet this...

Primary season is upon us. Here’s how you participate in Colorado.

  Today, voters across snowy Iowa will gather in neighborhood caucus meetings to help pick the nation's next president. Then, onward to New Hampshire, where flinty Granite...

Expect gridlock, election-year posturing and some cooperation this session

Once again, Republicans and Democrats are splitting control of Colorado’s General Assembly. Neither party is optimistic major policy changes can be pushed through.   Colorado’s 2016...
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