The Associated Press
An American doctor who was kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan in 2012 says he found a surprising kinship with one of his captors but grieves for a Navy SEAL who was killed during his rescue.
Colorado prison officials said Tuesday they did not find enough evidence to take action against a Saudi inmate who was accused of trying to have another inmate killed.
Von Miller was caught trying to manipulate the NFL’s drug-testing system, which led to a six-game suspension that could have been longer.
Broncos linebacker Von Miller will serve a six-game suspension under the NFL’s substance-abuse policy, a violation the linebacker said did not result from a positive test.
Air Force Academy spending plunged by 21.1 percent in 2012 as the military scaled back across all branches.
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,”
Colorado Republican House Leader Mark Waller will step down from his leadership position as he runs fort state attorney general.
Lawyers for a teen accused of killing a 10-year-old Westminster girl and attacking a jogger say a judge didn’t abuse his discretion in closing the teen’s preliminary hearing to the public.
A former CIA contractor involved in a fatal shootout in Pakistan and then charged with a felony in Colorado after a fight over a parking space would have his charges reduced to a misdemeanor if he writes a letter of apology.
Hundreds of friends and colleagues gathered Sunday for a memorial celebration for Armando Montano, a news intern for The Associated Press who died at age 22 in Mexico City.