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Guest Post: On coronavirus from a 9/11 veteran — the best...

I was living in NYC on 9/11, and I still remember, viscerally, the terror of that day. I also remember the depth of the...

Littwin: Democrats held a debate, but in the time of coronavirus,...

Updated at 11:53 a.m. Monday to include Denver’s latest response to pandemic. It was an easy debate to score. Neither Democrat quite won. And Donald...

Wiretap: The attack in New York was long planned, but the...

Prosecutors say that the terror attack was a long-planned attack relying on ISIS videos as a reference point. As the charges are put forth,...

Littwin: AG Sessions threatens to make “sanctuary cities” safer by making...

Whatever you might have heard, nothing much has changed on the sanctuary-city front except that Attorney General Jeff Sessions wanted to make sure that...

Wiretap: Colorado votes for Cruz. Trump cries conspiracy.

After Colorado The Trump convention strategy has become clear in the post-Colorado-convention world: Come to Cleveland with a majority of delegates or declare that the...

New York smokes Colorado by pioneering kosher marijuana

Colorado could have been the birthplace of kosher marijuana. But when it comes to meeting the needs of observant Jews, our square state is...

Talking Heads: Krieger and Littwin on the Broncos, wobbly passes and...

"I'm from Denver, so my bias is there, but I would be shocked if this game is going to be as close as most people seem to think it's going to be."

Wiretap: The Christie-Sherman big men soundbites quiz

The Newark Star Ledger who-said-it quiz: Chris Christie or Roger Sherman. Let's just say it's much harder than getting a pass past Sherman in the end zone.

Wiretap: Young and poor in the Big Apple (Don’t mind the...

One in five American children lives in poverty. Nearly half of New Yorkers live at or near the poverty line. The New York Times takes the time to tell the story of one invisible homeless child who lives amid the fabulous wealth of New York City.

Citizen initiative could force gay marriage showdown in Colorado

State establishment political progressives, including the staff at gay rights group OneColorado, seem cool on Aurora college student Mark Olmstead's plan to introduce a 2012 ballot initiative that would overturn the state's gay marriage ban. There's a sense that financial and human resources would be better spent pressing lawmakers to pass legislation securing equal rights for LGBT citizens here. Lone actor Olmstead's initiative, however, might force the issue, drawing on the energy of New York's big gay-marriage win this month and on the sea change shift among the U.S. population generally on the matter of gay equality.
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