In July, we told you about the arrest of Arvada nineteen-year-old Shannon Conley for trying to "provide material support and resources" to the terrorist group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS. See our previous coverage below. Moments ago during a hearing at U.S. District Court in Denver, Co ... More >>
Thus far, the photo of Shannon Conley seen above -- it's cropped from a larger family snapshot shared by her mother, Ana Conley, on Facebook -- is the only image to have surfaced since news broke that the Arvada nineteen-year-old had been arrested for trying to "provide material support and resource ... More >>
The Black Lips (due Wednesday, April 2nd, at The Bluebird Theater) are the notorious rock and roll band from Atlanta, Georgia who had to flee India for fear of persecution over on stage antics involving band members kissing each other. Their show at the club Heaven in London in September 2008 ended ... More >>
Update:Ex-L.A. cop Christopher Dorner has been the subject of a massive manhunt for more than a week after allegedly killing three , including former Denver resident Keith Lawrence; see previous coverage below. Now, the crisis appears at an end, with charred remains found in a gutted California cabi ... More >>
America knows Barack. That was part of the president's message last night in Boulder, where he told thousands of supporters, "Sometimes...it's hard to know who to trust. But here's the thing: After four years as president, you know me by now." In Colorado, that second part is especially true: This ... More >>
This has been one hot summer -- and it's bound to get even hotter. Tempers are flaring over the handling of the wildfires, and rumors are heating up over their possible cause: terrorists are setting the fires. And President Barack Obama's visit to the Waldo Canyon fire today is fanning the conspirac ... More >>
Eric Holder called it the most serious terror threat to the United States since 9/11. And the bombs that could have blown up New York's subway system got their start in Denver beauty-supply stores, where Najibullah Zazi bought the ingredients to make homemade detonators. But that plot exploded, and ... More >>
The story seemed too crazy to be true: A DIA shuttle driver conspiring to blow up New York's subway system with bombs made from components found in Aurora beauty-supply stores? But after days of questioning in September 2009, 26-year-old Najibullah Zazi was indicted and shipped off to New York, wher ... More >>
Anwar al-Awlaki. Anwar al-Awlaki, a cleric with alleged ties to the Fort Hood shootings and the underwear bomber, was reportedly killed in Yemen, but his death strikes close to home. Born in New Mexico, he attended Colorado State, where he studied civil engineering and attended a mosque near ... More >>
No. 3.The 9/11 events being memorialized on Sunday, ten years after they shook the world, didn't take place in Colorado. But our state has no shortage of connections to terrorists -- and not only because plenty of them are housed at Florence's Supermax facility. Below, we look at the most pr ... More >>
Tom TancredoWhile Governor John Hickenlooper was tangling with legislative leaders Tuesday, Tom Tancredo, the renegade candidate who got 36 percent of the vote in the gubernatorial race last November, was tangling with MSNBC host Martin Bashir. Who won? You be the judge.
Tom Tancredo.Democratic gubernatorial nominee John Hickenlooper has kept to his vow to keep his campaign positive. Had he decided to go negative on Tom Tancredo, though, he would have found no shortage of material on the American Constitution Party candidate: Google "Tancredo" and "controvers ... More >>
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Leaving no gimmick unturned, that Super Size Me guy goes searching for Public Enemy No. 1.
Reality TV gets a little too real in this world premiere.
Is Thomas Silverstein a prisoner of his own deadly past — or the first in a new wave of locked-down lifers?
Saturday, June 16
From the week of 4/5/07
From dirty jokes and soldiers to penguins and gays, we made our preferences known.
Why a TV pro moved from Channel 7 to Al-Jazeera.
Denver's Columbus Day Parade rhetoric spells out the same bumpy route.
Sacramento's Hella has plenty to say -- together or apart.
There's lots of cash and carrying on over First Data's south-of-the-border business.
Walk softly and carry a big shtick
From the week of July 22, 2004
The Bushies damn themselves in the wrenching Fahrenheit 9/11.
A fairy-tale horse runs for the Triple Crown, and all the railbirds cheer.
From the week of May 22, 2003
The Mineola Twins takes an enigmatic look at good and evil.
From the week of December 5, 2002
The Honky Tonk Hangovers make country music that will go to your head.
Channel 4's new boss wants his station to toughen up.
Donald Miller has rewritten one of the best books on World War II, but will anyone care?