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“Nobody should be sitting on the side of the highway, watching someone they love bleed out and be wondering, ‘How are we going to pay for this?'” one of the speakers said.

Civic Center rally shows support for Affordable Care Act in Denver
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“The stakes are very high. For decades the two nations have worked to develop a relationship that Trump has blown apart in a matter of a week.”

With NAFTA in Trump’s crosshairs, Mexico’s border factories brace for the unknown
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The family of Mack Beggs has said he would rather be wrestling boys, but state policy calls for students to wrestle against the gender listed on their birth certificates.

Texas transgender boy wins controversial girls state title
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The killing of Kim Jong Nam took place amid crowds of travelers at Kuala Lumpur’s airport and appeared to be a well-planned hit.

Malaysia says airport safe, autopsy shows nerve agent effect
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Muhammad Ali Jr. had just returned to Florida from Jamaica, where he had accompanied his mother, who was there giving a speech about black history.

Muhammad Ali’s son reportedly detained at airport, asked twice about his religion
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Adam Purinton became a “drunken mess” after his father died about 18 months ago, his neighbor says.

Neighbor says Kansas bar attack suspect was a “drunken mess,” not political
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The Homeland Security report is based on unclassified information from Justice Department press releases.

DHS report disputes terror threat from banned nations
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Denver Post Opinion's Friday editorial: "Before industry leaders start plotting a secession movement, let’s all take a deep breath."

Sean Spicer’s anti-marijuana words create angst
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The Department of Homeland Security decided at the last minute to block Khaled Khateeb from traveling to Los Angeles for the Oscars.

Syrian who worked on nominated film barred from entering U.S. to attend Oscars
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The opera’s smallness comes from its story, which has the work’s only character recounting the life episodes that marked her gender progression.

Looking to get into opera? Now is the time when “As One” swings through Denver
The flyers urge people to “love your own race” while condemning homosexuality and “race mixing.”

“Valentine’s” flyers promoting the Ku Klux Klan distributed in Grand Junction
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A senior officer and at least 31 others were killed, state media and officials reported.

In a blow, twin attacks on Syrian security kill at least 32
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For “Throw My Ashes Into the Sea,” the primary raw materials are black-and-white portraits of ordinary people taken early in the 20th century.

Old photos are remixed to explore life and legacy in new Denver exhibit
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Democrats held their first round of voting for a new party leader, and there was no winner.

The Latest: Some candidates quit race for Democratic leader
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It drastically cools objects without expending any energy or consuming any water.

Kind of a big deal: Paper-thin air-conditioning system uses no energy
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Tremont Place Townhomes will feature 8 affordable 3-bedroom units — thanks to seller financing from Denver Housing Authority.

When construction costs are higher than the maximum sales price, affordable housing developers get creative
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The Denver Post is hosting a free Social Perspectives event on Feb. 28 to discuss the history and future of TABOR. Click for more details.

25 years of TABOR, share your thoughts
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More Colorado students could be building smartphone apps by the end of next school year.

STEM push aims to prepare students for booming tech sector
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Because there’s so little information about the sites and Cloudflare services are widely used, it’s a good idea to change your passwords on any site in a “better safe than sorry” sort of way.

Major security flaw means you have to change your passwords — again