As I write this, there have been 11 mass shootings over the extended holiday weekend. That can’t be what we mean by American exceptionalism.
During the celebration of the Nuggets’ first championship, a mass shooting injured 10 people. Is anyone surprised?
People from across the U.S. and from other countries are lining the statehouse lawn hoping their peaceful act of civil disobedience leads to radical change in gun policies
After the Nashville school shooting and the expulsion of two Black legislators, the heat is turning up. Could it possibly spread?
COLORADO SPRINGS — Surveillance footage capturing the attack at a gay nightclub that left five people dead and 17 others wounded will not be made public until it is presented at trial, a judge ruled Friday. Prosecutors and defense attorneys had argued that releasing the gruesome video could make it difficult to seat an impartial […]
Nathaniel Getz, whose mother, Suzanne Fountain, was killed at the Boulder King Soopers, filed the lawsuit. He is the first relative of the 10 victims to do so.
After their East High School classmate Luis Garcia died from a gunshot wound suffered two weeks ago, students directed their pain and anger at the Capitol to demand action
A Washington Post story five years ago showed 187,000 kids had been affected by school shootings since Columbine. Now it’s 338,000.
The redesigned LGBTQ club in Colorado Springs will have enhanced security features that its owners hope can become “a model for countless queer spaces across the country”
Columnist Mike Littwin notes that the latest draft of a bill to ban purchase of so-called assault weapons in Colorado wouldn’t ban possession. But it would be a starting place.