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This file photo taken on Jan. 28, 2011, shows Pakistani police escorting Raymond Davis to a court in Lahore. (Photo credit should read Arif Ali/AFP/Getty Images)

Blood Money Common In Islamic World

Blood money is common in the Islamic world. What is blood money? That’s a good question.

10/05/2011

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Killing Wildlife ‘The Hardest Part of Job’

There are plenty of people nervous about coyotes around the Anthem neighborhood in Broomfield.

09/29/2011

CBS4's Alan Goinet talks with Patrick Sandusky with the U.S. Olympic Committee (credit: CBS)

Good Question: How Do You Bid For The Olympics?

Olympic officials are now confirming that Denver has had discussions with the U.S. Olympic Committee about a possible bid for the 2022 Winter Games, but there’s been no official bid just yet.

09/26/2011

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Good Question: Why Are The Markets So Volatile?

The way the markets work these days, it’s enough to force a lot of us out. In reality, we may not really be in the game.

09/07/2011

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Stage Inspection Concerns Arise After Deadly Collapse In Indiana

Who inspects stages like the one that collapsed at the Indiana State Fair, killing five people. That’s a Good Question.

08/15/2011

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Lightning Goes Where Lightning Wants

Josh Russell is a professional chef at McCormick’s in LoDo. You’d think his neighbor would have given him a little more credit when he saw Russell’s garage on fire and came over to bang on the front door.

08/05/2011

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How We Got Here On The National Debt

How did the national debt grow so quickly in the past decade? That’s a good question.

07/28/2011

CBS4's Alan Gionet interviews Laura Anderson (credit: CBS)

Big Hail Can Stay Aloft for 30 Minutes

Even when we’re not in a severe stretch like this one, hail is a summer tradition in this part of the country. Alan Gionet sought out the answer to the Good Question “How is hail formed?”

07/14/2011

Jack Thompson talks with CBS4's Alan Gionet about the damage done on his property by the Fourmile Fire. (credit: CBS)

Insurance Surprises Emerge Following Fourmile Destruction

Many people are still without homes to replace those they lost in last year’s devastating Fourmile Fire. For some, the rebuilding isn’t complete because insurance companies no longer pay true full replacement cost.

06/11/2011

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Good Question: Why Do Men In Power Do Dumb Things?

The list of politicians in the hall of shame grows every year. Why? That’s a Good Question.

05/31/2011