Some evangelical pastors are hosting events dedicated to Trump’s election falsehoods and promoting the cause to their congregations.
A tornado watch was issued for parts of six states as wind gusts of more than 70 miles per hour bore down on parts of the Upper Midwest on Wednesday.
The man’s son told the authorities that his father drowned. Months later, he was found in Colorado and extradited to Scotland, where he was sentenced this week to 15 years in prison.
A former adviser to Representative Doug Lamborn, a Colorado Republican, contends in a federal lawsuit that the congressman flouted safety guidelines, contributing to an outbreak in his office.
More than half of mass shootings in recent years involve a perpetrator who killed an intimate partner or family member, including the gunman who killed six people in Colorado Springs.
The gunman shot and killed six adults before taking his own life at a mobile home park, officials said. A motive was not yet known.
Jan. 6 wasn’t Keller’s first election protest in Washington. But as he makes tearful apologies and faces federal charges, even his closest confidants aren’t sure why he was there at all.
The new museum in Colorado Springs is based on the idea that a wheelchair basketball player trains just as hard as any other basketball player.
In “The Weight of Gold,” Phelps presents a stark picture of the mental wear and tear Olympians endure.
As the U.S. Olympic Committee tries to navigate a safe reopening of its facilities, there will be tough decisions about who can stay and who must go.
The rules differ among counties, states and countries, but the athletic world is beginning to creep toward competition again.
A bridge club was a social draw for scores of older Coloradans. Now, with four members dead from the virus, its future is unclear.