As voters cast ballots in Colorado's primary, politics-watchers will be keeping an eye out for signs of what might be to come in November's midterm elections. Gwen Ifill speaks with Dan Balz, national political reporter for The Washington Post, about…
Four states -- Connecticut, Georgia, Minnesota and Colorado -- head to the polls for primaries on Tuesday. But the outcome in several Colorado races is being watched as a possible indication of what's to come for this fall's midterm elections.
By Tom LeGro
David Mason, who appeared on the NewsHour in April, was named Poet Laureate of Colorado earlier this month by Gov. Bill Ritter.
Colorado poet David Mason shares a look at a dramatic moment in American labor history through his poem about a 1913 mine strike that ended in violence.
Sweetgrass, a film by Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Ilisa Barbash (a husband-wife team of visual anthropologists currently working at Harvard), documents one of the last of these journeys with lush, yet unsentimental intimacy.
Car dealers are struggling to stay open, even though manufacturers GM and Chrysler have rescinded plans to close hundreds of dealerships across the U.S. Tom Bearden reports on how dealers in Colorado are fighting for survival at the state level.
Tom Bearden reports on the escalating problems with providing services for Colorado's homeless population as the state faces a $2 billion budget shortfall.
Since last month's earthquake, there has been an exodus of young children from Haiti to new homes in the U.S. Tom Bearden reports.
Medical marijuana is booming in Colorado. In Denver alone, there are more dispensaries legally selling the drug than there are Starbucks. But as medical marijuana use expands, regulation has struggled to keep pace.
Tom Bearden examines how small businesses' inability to get credit is playing out in Colorado.
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