Colorado’s Mark Udall and two other senators say the U.S. drone strike that killed an American-born al-Qaida leader in Yemen was legal.
A Saudi national serving eight years to life in prison in Colorado after being convicted in 2006 of sexually assaulting a housekeeper and keeping her a virtual slave for four years has been ordered to attend a parole hearing on Tuesday.
A radical cleric who graduated from Colorado State University may have influenced the suspected Boston bombers.
The death of an American citizen and Colorado-born teenager who was killed by a U.S. military drone attack in Yemen is drawing criticism.
Al-Qaida is urging prospective terrorists to burn down America’s forests. The information comes from an online magazine started by an influential terrorist leader who attended school in Colorado.
However, the moral questions are ones that will be left for politicians and their constituents to answer. And for that part of the discussion, the debate seems far more one sided.
People who knew Anwar al-Awlaki in Colorado said last year they were surprised by his high-profile radical role. They recalled a deeply religious man with no overt political agenda or talk of terrorism.
An American-born cleric killed in Yemen earned a degree in civil engineering from Colorado State University in 1994 and gave non-violent sermons before attracting the attention of U.S. intelligence officials.