Colorado’s New Drilling Rules Seen As Making An Impact In Texas

Colorado’s New Drilling Rules Seen As Making An Impact In Texas

By Zahra Hirji, Lisa Song and Jim Morris, InsideClimate News Colorado's tough, new air pollution rules for the oil and gas industry were approved only a month ago, but they're alr ...

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WATCH: Koch Group Targets A New Democratic Senator

WATCH: Koch Group Targets A New Democratic Senator

Americans for Prosperity is expanding its reach in the 2014 midterm elections, with a new ad targeting Senator Mark Udall of Colorado. The ad, which the Denver Post reports is bac ...

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Texas Polygamist Warren Jeffs Hospitalized For Undisclosed Reason

Texas Polygamist Warren Jeffs Hospitalized For Undisclosed Reason

By Molly Hennessy-Fiske, Los Angeles Times HOUSTON -- Polygamist sect leader Warren Jeffs, who has been serving a life sentence in Texas prison, has been hospitalized, officials s ...

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Weekend Reader: ‘A New Leaf: The End Of Cannabis Prohibition’

Weekend Reader: ‘A New Leaf: The End Of Cannabis Prohibition’

Today Weekend Reader brings you A New Leaf: The End of Cannabis Prohibition, by award-winning investigative journalists Alyson Martin and Nushin Rashidian, whose work has also app ...

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Colorado’s Recreational Marijuana Sales Rake In $2 million In Taxes In January

Colorado’s Recreational Marijuana Sales Rake In $2 million In Taxes In January

By Matt Pearce, Los Angeles Times Recreational marijuana sales in Colorado brought in more than $2 million in tax revenue in January, according to state figures released Monday. A ...

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Five Injured As Turbulence Hits United Flight

Five Injured As Turbulence Hits United Flight

By Amy Hubbard, Los Angeles Times A flight attendant remained hospitalized Tuesday after a United Airlines flight experienced turbulence so severe that passengers, including a bab ...

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Ken Buck Is Back, And This Time He Says He Doesn’t Hate Women

Ken Buck Is Back, And This Time He Says He Doesn’t Hate Women

Failed 2010 Senate candidate Ken Buck (R) is ramping up another run, and he's determined to overcome the gender gap that destroyed his previous attempt to join Congress. Buck, who ...

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