Colorado regulators approved groundbreaking controls on emissions from oil and natural gas operations after an unusual coalition of energy companies and environmentalists agreed on measures to counter worsening smog.
As lawmakers under the golden dome of Colorado’s capitol building debated overturning a law limiting high-capacity ammunition magazines earlier this month, Governor John Hickenlooper detailed the economic policies on which he’s staking his re-election.
The U.S. oil boom has put European refineries out of business and undercut West African crude suppliers. Now domestic drillers threaten to roil Asian markets and challenge producers in the Middle East and South America.
Isabel Santamaria thought she finally caught a break in her effort to save her Florida home from foreclosure after nine frustrating months: She reached Bank of America Corp.’s Office of the CEO and President.
It was 2010 and I was driving through the badlands of northwest Colorado, far from the cool, green Rocky Mountains. This was the land where the oldest known example of cancer had been found: inside of a bone of a Jurassic Age dinosaur.