There was an emotional homecoming Thursday morning for a Colorado soldier who died in Korea.
The remains of an Army corporal who died while a prisoner of war in North Korea are coming back to Colorado.
In the Denver area, there will be a midnight showing in Littleton at the Alamo Drafthouse on Christmas, and on Friday at the Sie FilmCenter on Colfax Avenue.
Hollywood is on high alert as the Sony cyberattack by North Korea continues to reverberate worldwide.
The Pentagon’s effort to account for tens of thousands of Americans missing in action from foreign wars is so inept, mismanaged and wasteful that it risks descending from “dysfunction to total failure,”
Military officials aren’t commenting on a purported North Korean threat to fire missiles at Colorado Springs, home to a large military presence including U.S. Northern Command, which is responsible for homeland defense.
Colorado is one of North Korea’s targets, according to a propaganda video released Friday.
Colorado Rep. Doug Lamborn alarmed some people Thursday when he said at a hearing that North Korea may be able to arm a ballistic missile with a nuclear warhead.
Secretary of State John Kerry is in South Korea issuing a warning about nuclear threats. It comes as Colorado Rep. Doug Lamborn went public with a report that indicates North Korea can in fact back up the threats.
A secret that was revealed by a congressman from Colorado about the capability of North Korea to launch nuclear warheads has caused quite a stir.