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Dynamic artistic director Benoit Swan Pouffer has grand designs for Britain’s oldest dance company, from diversifying the audience to finding new choreographers

I’m writing Wikpedia entries about celebrated female scholars to make online spaces more inclusive

At least 48 letters sent to chair of 1922 Committee of Conservative backbenchers

Prime minister’s critics lobby for no-confidence vote amid anger over her handling of Brexit deal

This part-underwater set superhero origin story is a big disappointment and even Jason Momoa’s good-ol-boy persona can’t save it from drowning

The president’s heated public exchange with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer was the political equivalent of a custard pie fight

LAS VEGAS -- It's not clear if shifting center fielder Charlie Blackmon is an idea whose time has come, but it's been bandied about for the better part of a year. Blackmon will turn 33 on July 1, about halfway through 2019 -- the second year of a six-year, $108 million contract. Blackmon led the National League in batting at .331 and total bases at 387 while hitting 37 home runs in 2017. The performance dropped in 2018, but .291 with 29 homers…

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Susana Cordova — the sole finalist for the superintendent’s job at Denver Public Schools — was peppered with questions from students, teachers and parents on a variety of issues T…

DENVER -- Two Denver Police Department officers were assaulted on the 16th Street Mall early Tuesday evening.
The incident happened near the mall's intersection with California Street. Officers were dealing with a party on an unknown substance when they were injured.
A DPD spokesperson said the officers were taken to a hospital with minor injuries. The spokesperson would not confirm how the officers were hurt.

Alon Shaya opened Safta in the Source Hotel this past summer. From the free pita through dessert, the food is as stunning as the view. Read restaurant critic Gretchen Kurtz's full review to find out more about Safta. All photos by Danielle Lirette.

At the dawn of divided U.S. government, House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi said Tuesday that President Donald Trump’s threat to shut down the government over a border wall is really about h…

BOULDER, Colo. — Authorities say a University of Colorado student has died after he crashed into a tree while skiing last week.
The Daily Camera reports 26-year-old Bill Brockmueller died Monday after he was taken off a ventilator.
The physics graduate student was skiing without a helmet at Eldora west of Boulder on Dec. 4. He was airlifted to a Boulder hospital in critical condition after his crash.