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Littwin: Now that the FBI has officially called Trump a liar,...

And so, another day in TrumpWorld comes to a close. And like many of you, I find myself wondering how many more we can...

Veterans and abuse survivors sue Colorado for banning marijuana in PTSD...

When the Colorado Board of Health voted against adding Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder to the list of qualifying conditions for medical marijuana last month, a...

Colorado denies veterans medical marijuana for post-traumatic stress disorder

Cannabis was hailed as a lifesaver by many veterans who spoke at the Colorado Board of Health’s meeting this Wednesday, though perhaps none more...

Statetap: Native American mascot bill passes House

Fair Play The Colorado House passed a bill that would force public schools with American Indian mascots to get approval from the Colorado Commission of...

Wiretap: Our long wars as grand, unintended PTSD experiment

While the President was in Fort Hood at a memorial for the soldiers killed there, the Senate held hearings on the impact our decade-plus wars in Iraq and Afghanistan has had on those who served there.

Wiretap: An ‘unstable psychiatric condition’ at Fort Hood

Ivan Lopez, who killed three and wounded 16 before killing himself, was being treated for depression and anxiety. Officials said there were no indications he was violent or suicidal.

Wiretap: Never mind the Iraq vets, it’s time to war with...

The story of a decade of war and those 2.6 million American who fought in Iraq and Afghanistan is even worse than you might expect.

Study proposed to determine value of marijuana in treating post-traumatic stress...

Marijuana may not cure the summertime blues, but there are those who think it can cure post-traumatic stress disorder, especially among veterans.

U.S. sending traumatized troops back again and again to war

ALBUQUERQUE-- Searching to describe his Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) symptoms, Joseph Callan paused, his gaze momentarily distant.

“I see dead people,” he said, scoffing. “In crowds, I’ll think, ‘that’s Howzer!’ or somebody else,” the former U.S. Marine Corps sergeant explained. “I know they’re dead. I saw them dead. But I feel compelled to confirm it’s not them, to see them from another angle. So I’m ducking through a crowd to get another look at them and it’s always just some random (person).”

Too many Colorado veterans struggle with PTSD and turn violent

How happy is this Veterans Day? Not so happy for too many of the veterans returning to Colorado from tours of duty and repeat...