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Denver Archdiocese Calls For End Of ‘Immoral Policy’ At Southern Border

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By Jeff Todd DENVER (CBS4) – As the cries for a change to the policy that is separating children from parents illegally crossing the border grows louder, Denver’s Archdiocese is saying there needs to be an end to the “immoral policy and pursue solutions that support family cohesiveness.” (credit: CBS) And for some who work for Read More

A photo from the G7 perfectly captured Trump vs. the rest of the world

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A single photo on Angela Merkel’s Instagram says everything you need to know about this weekend’s G7 summit in Canada. The German chancellor shared the photo on June 9 and captioned it simply, “Day two of the G7 summit in Canada: spontaneous meeting between two working sessions.” In it, Merkel stares coldly, both hands braced Read More

Reality Check: Cary Kennedy Defends Negative Super Pac Ad

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Ballots For Primary Election Start Heading Out MondayUnaffiliated voters get their first chance in Colorado history to vote in the state’s primaries. Summer Is Coming: A-Basin Closes For SeasonIt’s a tell-tale sign summer is right around the corner when Arapahoe Basin closes for the season. Thousands Attend Free Kelly Clarkson Concert At Falcon StadiumKelly Clarkson Read More

Gov. Hickenlooper Vetoes Bill To Make Autopsy Records Secret

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DENVER (AP) — Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper on Friday vetoed a bill that would have withheld child autopsies from public inspection, delivering a victory to government transparency advocates and news organizations. The measure, Senate Bill 223, passed both chambers with wide bipartisan support in the final days of the 2018 legislative session, backed by county Read More

More LGBT Issues Loom As Justices Near Wedding Cake Decision

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WASHINGTON (AP) — A flood of lawsuits over LGBT rights is making its way through courts and will continue, no matter the outcome in the Supreme Court’s highly anticipated decision in the case of a Colorado baker who would not create a wedding cake for a same-sex couple. Courts are engaged in two broad types Read More

Reality Check: Mike Johnston’s Record On Education

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Passenger Allegedly Urinates On Seat In Front Of Him On FlightFrontier Airlines says they are aware of a recent situation aboard a flight from Denver to South Carolina in which a passenger allegedly urinated on the passenger’s seat in front of him. Pregnant Woman Says Man Punched Her, Service Dog On Plane From ColoradoA deaf Read More

Venezuela’s unfolding crisis, as told by its version of The Onion

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Venezuela’s presidential election will take place on May 20, amid various crises. Inflation is by some measures 18,000%, meaning basic food items can cost a month’s salary. Cash is worth so little that people are making bags out of it. The incumbent president, Nicolás Maduro, is expected to rig the election. The best way to Read More

Britain’s colonial legacy is still hurting LGBT people around the world

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At the recent Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in London, the British prime minister, Theresa May, urged Commonwealth nations to reform existing anti-gay legislation held over from British colonial rule. And while stopping short of a formal apology, she used her speech to explicitly acknowledge Britian’s responsibility: “As the United Kingdom’s prime minister, I deeply Read More

Trump blames “global freeloading” for costly US drugs. That’s not the problem

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Introducing his plan to reduce prescription drug prices in America today, Donald Trump said his government would focus on “tougher negotiation, more competition, and much lower prices.” The president criticized drug makers and insurance companies for failing to put “American patients first.” After listing a series of measures aimed at the US market—such as encouraging Read More

Malaysians are routing cash and logistics support through Facebook so they can go home and vote

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As Malaysia heads to the polls today (May 9 local time), some voters will have beaten long odds to cast their ballots. Malaysians around the world have used social media in recent days to spontaneously form volunteer networks to generate funds, transport postal ballots, pool car rides, and otherwise go to extraordinary lengths to cast Read More