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With protest suspended, what happens next with the Dakota Access pipeline?

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The decision from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to re-evaluate the route of the pipeline puts completion on hold. Pipeline proponents are hopeful Donald Trump will reverse the Corps’ decision.

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Background: Denver attorney who works on tribal issues talks about treaties and sacred sites

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“It would be akin to the Sistine Chapel, running some kind of infrastructure through it, a pipeline, or a road. That’s what we’re talking about in terms of the emotions involved.”

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With credit cards in heavy holiday use, which Colorado residents are in best shape with debt?

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Latest calculations show Colorado in step with nationwide average, according to financial researchers.

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South Side A Cappella Group Scores Viral Facebook Hit

South Side A Cappella Group Scores Viral Facebook Hit

Durell Jones said he and the other members of The Remedy support their families by sing...

Washington Week Extra: Colorado Edition - Swing-State Issues

Washington Week Extra: Colorado Edition - Swing-State Issues

Colorado voters ask our panel questions about Clinton's likeability and debate moderators.

Rauner, Kirk Criticize Trump For Language

Rauner, Kirk Criticize Trump For Language

Prominent Illinois Republicans distanced themselves from Donald Trump Monday. Both Gov....

Election 2016

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