A Colorado police officer fired for using a racial slur to describe black citizens who were concerned over a police shooting has been re-hired by the same city. But instead of disparaging the decision, let’s dissect this case as an example of how white supremacy works.
After challenging the Colorado political machine, white feminists, white liberals and the entire Democratic Party, a Colorado woman is causing an avalanche of white tears after she responded to a rhetorical question about giving up on white people by answering: “Yes.”
Earlier this week, a police video showing a traffic stop between a cop and the son of Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock was leaked by an anonymous source to ABC 7 Denver. In the video, 22-year-old Jordan Hancock can be seen hurling epithets at the cop and threatening the officer’s job for pulling him over.
The wypipo continue to lose their damn minds over their vigorous and ridiculous embrace of performative patriotism. And if these current allegations prove to be true, perhaps one will lose her job.
A series of new charts compiled by the Washington Post looks at where Americans moved to between 2012 and 2016.
Let me pose a hypothetical scenario: You’re burying your loved one—a process that’s known to be stressful and overwhelming—and you find out that, on the very same premises, the owners are cashing in on human body parts.
A Colorado man who pleaded guilty to a hate crime against a mosque killed himself this past weekend, CBS News reports.
A Colorado man who shot and killed a deputy sheriff on New Year’s Eve spent hours leading up to the shoot-out taping himself and posting to social media. But it didn’t stop there—before police killed him, Matthew Riehl also livestreamed the deadly gun battle, CBS News reports.
A Colorado teenager has been charged with first-degree murder after allegedly stabbing his stepfather Friday night at their home in the city of Aurora and posting video of the dying man on Snapchat, according to the Denver Post.
There are so many, so many cute memes and other coffee-based quips out there in the universe, but out of all of these options, one Denver coffeehouse chain decided that it would be cute to make a funny about gentrification over the Thanksgiving holidays.
Updated Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017, 9:35 a.m. EDT: Police have identified the man they say killed three people in a Thornton, Colo., Walmart as 47-year-old Scott Ostrem. Law-enforcement officials have issued a nationwide homicide extradition warrant for Ostrem. He is believed to be driving a red 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage…
Do you remember a story from a couple of weeks ago about a man who was stabbed by an unknown black guy?
A 62-year-old Army veteran is being honored as a hero after he died saving two teenagers from a brutal attack in Denver.
Imagine sitting on a tarmac for two hours and complaining about your baby getting sick because he started to overheat: That’s exactly what happened to a Colorado mother on a United Airlines flight on her way to Texas last week.
A dumb lease is more important than helping a woman who is being terrorized by some asshole slipping racist notes under her door and knocking on her door and running away. At least that’s what one Colorado resident is apparently going through because her apartment complex is reportedly refusing to allow her to break…
Well, this Cinco de Mayo celebration didn’t go over very well. A Colorado high school Spanish teacher was put on administrative leave after photos and videos surfaced of students on Friday smashing a piñata with a picture of President Donald Trump on the front.
A nine-second video that went viral over the weekend shows a Fort Collins, Colo., police officer tossing a 22-year-old woman to the ground like a rag doll.
African Americans make up only 4.2 percent of Colorado's population but account for 12.4 percent of arrests and criminal summonses in the state, Reuters reports.