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Our great overtaxed Colorado River: The New Yorker profile

As The Colorado Independent has been reporting, the state is developing a new master water plan. And as David Owen makes plain in a...

Gourevitch: A photo would say more about Obama than Osama

The world has the story of the mission that delivered death to Osama bin Laden. It has the details of his burial at sea. It has clunky animated video reenactments of the raid at his Abbottabad compound. It has the realtime twitterized witness account and the New York Times narrative of events. It has the cable news punditry and it has President Obama's speech after the fact. It does not have the photos of Bin Laden's corpse because it does not need the photos and because releasing the photos is not at all the kind of thing the Obama administration would do. If we didn't know that before the death of Bin Laden, we know better now.

Exasperated Bennet ‘driven nutty’ by deeply dysfunctional Senate

Michael Bennet is battling hard in a nasty Democratic primary for the right to keep his seat in the U.S. Senate, even though he...

An Obama Grand Junction health-reform town hall primer

As everyone in the state must know by now, Pres. Obama will visit Grand Junction this Saturday on a swing through the west. White...

News Nuggets: 29 July 2009

Dug up fresh, daily. ALL EYES ON GRAND JUNCTION: As negotiations over health care reform get down to the nitty gritty, national attention has...