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TIME WILL TELL: Lawmakers consider extending time prosecutors can charge officials who don’t report sexual assault suspicions

Jeb Barrett was 63 years old when he first told his story of sexual abuse. Barrett revisited the details regarding his past abuse shortly after...

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KKK hoods found in Denver area yearbook from 1978 to ’80

The president of the NAACP's State Conference for Colorado, Montana and Wyoming, Rosemary Lytle, says she was "pretty shocked" that that kind of racist symbolism appeared in a Colorado yearbook as recently as the late 1970s.

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SENTINEL POLS: Democratic Party already planning for Congressman Jason Crow’s re-election campaign

AURORA | It’s only been about a month since Aurora Congressman Jason Crow has been in office, but the campaign wing of the Democratic...

CITY DESK: Two more jump into candidacy for Aurora City Council

AURORA | The Aurora City Council candidate list continues to grow with addition of council member Johnny Watson, who was appointed during the summer,...

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Ex-FBI official: ‘Crime may have been committed’ by Trump

"And the idea is, if the president committed obstruction of justice, fired the director of the of the FBI to negatively impact or to shut down our investigation of Russia's malign activity and possibly in support of his campaign, as a counterintelligence investigator you have to ask yourself, "Why would a president of the United States do that?" McCabe said.

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Ex-FBI official: ‘Crime may have been committed’ by Trump

"And the idea is, if the president committed obstruction of justice, fired the director of the of the FBI to negatively impact or to shut down our investigation of Russia's malign activity and possibly in support of his campaign, as a counterintelligence investigator you have to ask yourself, "Why would a president of the United States do that?" McCabe said.

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Polar bears invade Russian town; locals delighted but wary

"That's just an option; at the moment it is being considered, but there's no 100-percent guarantee it will be applied," said Alexander Gornikh, regional head of the natural resources agency.

EDITORIAL: America’s ‘national emergency’ is Trump’s dictatorial perversion of the law

As President Donald Trump himself illustrated this week, the only national emergency is the one created by his changing role from incompetent U.S. president...

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