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Carol McKinley, CU News Corps Staff

July 24, 2015

By Carol McKinley CU News Corps Staff One of the alternate jurors came to the capital murder theater shooting trial wearing a t-shirt with a picture of a person in an electric chair on the back of it. Though Juror #983 is...

Jeff Browne

July 20, 2015

Theater trial, Day 11: Hours spent showing shell-filled, bullet-pocked theater

May 12, 2015

Carol McKinley and Lo Snelgrove reflect on Day 11 of the Aurora theater trial.   Defendant James Holmes stands trial for the murder of 12 people at an Aurora, Colorado movie theater on July 20, 2012. Prosecution s...

Scott Ellis, 43, Lafayette: “By not participating in the process, you don’t imply consent with the outcome”

December 18, 2014

By Lars Gesing CU News Corps Scott Ellis’ Facebook page looks different than those of a lot of his social media peers. Ellis, 43, is an administrator of the group “Don’t Vote,” one of many such gathering places on Facebook. His own newsfeed is speckled with notes encouragi...

Forbes staff writer John Tamny: “Economic growth is all about the destruction of work”

February 27, 2014

By Lars Gesing CU News Corps If you talk about inequality in America, and if you want to read about it, The New York Times columnist Paul Krugman and his columns are a safe bet for you. The economics Nobel laureate regularly writes about issues such as unemployment, minimum ...

Student Biography

Student Biography

December 30, 2013

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