The Taliban makes peace overtures to the West; demonstrators continue protests in Brazil; uncertainty at the U.S. Fed; using technology to power a green revolution; and rainy weather puts a damper on the Champions Trophy tournament.
The effort to recall Colorado Senate President John Morse charged forward Tuesday with the secretary of state's office announcing that organizers submitted more than enough valid signatures to produce the first-ever recall election of a lawmaker in the state.
Since Famous Brands International — the parent company of cookie store Mrs. Fields and The Country's Best Yogurt — moved its headquarters to Broomfield a year ago, it has worked to revitalize the businesses.
Calling the actions of a 911 operator "conscience shocking," a federal judge said he would allow a civil rights lawsuit to go forward on behalf of the family of a man gunned down after being told to return to Denver.
Aurora theater shooting victim Stephen Barton addressed members of Congress, gun advocates and cabinet secretaries at the White House Tuesday as Vice President Joe Biden urged Congress to take up gun-control legislation.