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Police are investigating anti-Semitic vandalism at a Denver elementary school

Denver police are investigating an incident in which someone used gasoline on Monday night to burn an anti-Semitic symbol on asphalt near the playground...

Springs city leaders called to task over response to recent anti-gay...

El Paso County Democrats joined members of the Colorado Springs LGBT community for a news conference on the steps of Colorado Springs City Hall Monday afternoon to condemn recent hate crimes in the city.

Cardinal O’Malley departs from Archbishop Chaput, welcomes children of gays

Nine months after Hingham Catholic school in Boston rescinded the application of a child of lesbian parents, the Archdiocese there has adopted a new admissions policy that prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation. The new policy comes at the direction of Cardinal Sean O'Malley and stands in sharp contrast to the position taken by Denver Archbishop Charles Chaput, who supported Sacred Heart Elementary School in Boulder last year in rejecting the applications of two students because their parents are gay.

Tancredo isn’t alone in recent push for hate crimes prosecutions

Anti-illegal immigrant conservative GOP firebrand Tom Tancredo loathes hate-crimes laws, which he thinks are biased in favor of minorities and redundant. But Tancredo's recent...

Afternoon News Nuggets: 20 July 2009

Dug up fresh, daily. POLITICS AS USUAL: GOP Candidate for governor Josh Penry is not quitting the senate. He's going to fulfill his obligations...
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