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Late last week, the White House took aim at a central and established tenet of national security: the threats posed by climate change. Our military and...
With Donald Trump's hopes for a health care overhaul smoldering in Washington and a narrative of Republican dysfunction wafting from the beltway, the president...
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill Wednesday to reform the troubled Veterans Affairs department. It's expected to quickly clear the Senate and...
The fight over America's energy policy has a new battleground: the Department of Defense budget.
First there was Talisman Energy’s “Joe Camel” moment with Terry the Fracking Dinosaur – a clumsy oil and gas industry attempt to win young hearts and minds over to hydraulic fracturing. Now come revelations of actual psychological operations aimed at breaking adult resistance to fracking.
Colorado U.S. Senator Mark Udall Wednesday unveiled an updated version of the Energy Security Act he worked with Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords to introduce last year. The bill aims to boost increasing military efforts to move away from dependence on fossil fuels.
Ted Turner was in town today to talk about climate change and environmental issues with Gov. Bill Ritter and Colorado Conservation Voters. He did that,...
Secretary of State Bernie Buescher Monday night told the Colorado Independent he was way ahead of his Republican critics on what needed to happen in Colorado to comply with a new federal law dictating the speed of mailing overseas ballots to members of the military, but lawmakers dragged their feet because of election-year politics.
In the culmination of Monday's big push among activists and key members of the Senate Armed Service Committee to repeal "Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell"--...
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