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Walking with PBS NewsHour anchor Gwen Ifill on a hiking trail near his home in the Colorado foothills last weekend, Senator Mark Udall pointed out the beauty of the Rocky Mountain landscape. The Senator, known for his love of mountain climbing and...
Colorado Congressman Cory Gardner knows he’s not in his small rural hometown anymore. Striding into a large crowd of cheering supporters in a Denver suburb, the Republican U.S. Senate candidate recently marveled, “I’m from Yuma Colorado...
In his new book “The Innovators: How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution,” Walter Isaacson outlines the most crucial inventions of the digital age. Judy Woodruff spoke with him recently and he explained how many of...
Arc of the Arts trains people with intellectual and developmental disabilities as professional artists. Offered a boost of confidence, an outlet for self-expression and platform for exposure, these artists refine their crafts and practice social...
In the winter of 2003, the CIA received a disturbing bit of information. Al-Qaida, the intelligence said, was planning to strike the U.S. by hijacking a specific list of incoming international flights from France and other nations. The agency...
There’s a way to stay married for only eight years, not 10, and still collect divorcée Social Security benefits. Photo by Flickr user Morten Brekkevold. Larry Kotlikoff’s Social Security original 34 “secrets”, his additional...