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Bush's war on terror is over
Despite dramatic terrorist incidents, the terror threat that led to 9/11 has been defeated, and Obama is right to say the U.S. should move on, says Peter Bergen.
Can men grow up?
Pepper Schwartz says with constant drumbeat of scandals in armed forces, the military must require education programs to teach men self control, address culture of sexual entitlement
Scouts' vote sends confused message
John Sutter says the organization's vote to allow gay and lesbian Scouts but not leaders is illogical and continues to teach discrimination to its young members.
Was IRS official not covered by Fifth?
Just before Lois Lerner invoked her Fifth Amendment right not to answer questions in front of a House committee investigating wrongdoing in the IRS tax-exempt office she ran, she gave an opening statement insisting her innocence.
MJ was called 'freak' before deal
A top AEG executive referred to Michael Jackson as "a freak" and another called him "creepy" just hours before their company signed the pop icon to a huge concert deal.
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Pastor protests prison baptism delay
A Pentecostal pastor is protesting after officials at the Denver County Jail temporarily stopped the baptism of inmates by total immersion in a bathtub-sized tank.
Police: Man killed crossing street
A man got off a bus Friday morning, tried to walk across a street and was hit and killed by a suspected drunk driver, Denver Police said.
Armored car dumps $3,000 in coins on Hwy
A Brink's armored car dumped $3,000 in coins onto Highway 66 in Weld County after the back doors came open, according to the Weld County Sheriff?s office.
Motorcyclist hit, killed on I-225
A motorcyclist was hit and killed on Interstate 225 Friday morning.
Man opens fire, drives away intruders
A Colorado Springs man opened fire on three armed intruders who allegedly broke into his home early Friday morning, driving them away.
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Disciplined Wings take 3-1 series lead on Blackhawks
The Red Wings are in control of their series against the Blackhawks after a 2-0 win in Game 4. Jonathan Toews and Chicago must regain their composure soon, says Allan Muir.
Howard helps Red Wings take 3-1 lead
Jimmy Howard made 28 saves for his first playoff shutout this season and the Red Wings topped the top-seeded Blackhawks 2-0 to take a 3-1 series lead back to Chicago for Game 5.
Orioles' Gausman poised in unsteady debut
The Orioles promoted Kevin Gausman, 22, after just 13 minor league starts. He had a so-so debut, but he has the talent to make a positive impact this summer, says Joe Lemire.
Birdman an unlikely difference-maker for Miami in more ways than one
Chris Andersen has gone from a 10-day contract to a key figure in the Heat's series against the Pacers. Ian Thomsen explores how the Birdman has adapted to his new team.
Jets teammates bailing on Sanchez
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Thermo Gel Could Be Key To Protecting Homes During Wildfires
An insurance company that employs private firefighters is showing off a new last resort for homeowners when it comes to protecting structures in the paths of wildfires.
Many Sides to the Reprieve Decision
The decision to grant a temporary reprieve has put both capital punishment and how key decisions are made by our elected officials in the spotlight, and they are likely to stay there for some time.
Abandoned Puppies Inquiries
People interested in adopting the abandoned puppies should contact the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region website.
Hearing Set For Saudi Man Convicted Of Slavery
DENVER (AP) – A Saudi national serving eight years to life in prison in Colorado after being convicted in 2006 of sexually assaulting a housekeeper and keeping her a virtual slave for four years has […]
Denver Water Continues Watering Restrictions, But Eases Surcharges
The wet spring in Colorado could spell relief for more than a million homeowners who rely on Denver Water.
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