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An open letter from the women of The Indy

Dear readers, You may not know this about the Indy, but we are a women-led and, largely, women-staffed newsroom. It makes us a rare bird. The most...

The Red Tent: The Indy’s All-Women’s Dance Party

  It has been a rough few months, and we at The Indy need to let off some steam. Join us this Friday evening for a women-only dance party....

Wiretap: 75 percent of women don’t like Donald Trump

Trumping women Now that the Trump-Cruz battle has been reduced to wife-insulting, allowing Ted Cruz to respond to the latest infamous Trump tweet by calling...

Wiretap: Who’s to blame for the Cologne New Year’s eve attacks...

Competing explanations Three competing rallies hit the streets of Cologne as women, neo-Nazis and anti-fascists send out different messages on the New Year's Eve assaults...

101 women Hickenlooper could appoint as lieutenant governor

Last week The Colorado Independent reported that a group of Coloradans were asking Gov. John Hickenlooper to replace Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia with a woman...

Colorado’s gender pay gap: Five disturbing facts

Colorado's gap in pay between men and women is wide, according to a report released last week by the Institute for Women's Policy Research. “There...

JeffCo Election Day countdown: The view from the eye of the...

  HOLLY Lindsey is the voter all those TV ads are aimed at. She has lived nearly all her life in Jefferson County. She’s middle-class, churchgoing,...

Women’s issues experts to Udall, Gardner: That’s all you got?

Reproductive rights as an issue is a proxy for how empathic and clear-thinking the candidate is in terms of the role of women in the society. And that's not good enough.

Littwin: Drawing Republicans to the square state that slipped away

  AS you've probably heard, Denver has made the Final Four in the 2016 GOP convention playoffs, along with Dallas, Kansas City and, yes, Cleveland. I've...

Wiretap: Hobby Lobby goes to Washington

It's the biggest case of the year, as the Supreme Court hears arguments about Hobby Lobby's attempt to use a religious exemption to avoid including birth control in its health plans.