Players in the confrontation that convulsed China in 1989 have long wondered how differently events might have played out without a truculent editorial that appeared in People’s Daily on April 26 that year.
A state investigation into a rash of fetal anomalies in the Roaring Fork Valley is taking longer than expected, and environmentalists and scientific researchers are eager to see whether there might be a link to oil and gas drilling in the area.
On the same day a new poll showed Colorado's U.S. Senate race between Democrat Mark Udall and Republican Cory Gardner virtually tied, a new candidate entered the race, saying neither party was capable of ending partisan bickering long enough to fix Washington.
When Boulder announced this week that the word "Yes!" will be installed in tall, red, aluminum characters on the outside of the public library, those involved in selecting the piece praised it as "exhilarating," "delightful" and "iconic."
Commander Jennings was screaming at her troops to fall in line. In a matter on seconds, she would lead them across the battlefield to the log barricades where the rebel infantry was crouched down, waiting.