Vice President Joe Biden intensified the new White House push against the rampant sexual violence on college campuses, urging young men to intervene to prevent rape and citing recent outrage at abuses by NFL players as a sign the nation is making progress in a long battle against domestic violence.
Discord over the direction of Jefferson County Public Schools spilled into classrooms and onto sidewalks Friday after an unusually large number of teachers either called in sick or claimed personal days at two high schools, prompting the district to cancel classes.
Like moths to a flame, Apple's acolytes gathered Friday. They lined sidewalks before dawn. Swiping their fingers across the screens of soon-to-be-abandoned gizmos, they waited hours to shell out at least $199 for shinier gizmos.
Colorado's unemployment rate dropped to 5.1 percent in August, the lowest since September 2008, raising questions about whether the state is nearing "full employment" and what that might mean for the local economy.