The police arrested 175 people across six provinces for theft and trafficking of $80 million worth of objects in what the government called the biggest antiquities trafficking case in the history of the People’s Republic.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter's blunt assessment that Iraqi forces lack the "will to fight" undermines a central premise of President Barack Obama's strategy for defeating the Islamic State: that Iraq's military can effectively handle ground operations so Americans don't have to.
Not too long ago, the only places that delivered food were pizzerias, Chinese restaurants and pizzerias. But in the past year, at least a half-dozen delivery startups converged on Denver promising home delivery of organic groceries, sashimi, gourmet doughnuts and, yes, pizza.
A teacher in southern Colorado is suing his school district claiming the district's only high school "operates largely to promote the evangelical Christian ideals" of a local church that operates in the school.
At the beginning of its fifth week, the trial of James Holmes leaped into the dark heart of the case Tuesday, as prosecutors and defense attorneys provided the most details yet about the Aurora movie theater shooting's most critical piece of evidence.