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  • Business

    Officials in legal pot state vow to fight federal crackdown

    "We will resist any efforts to thwart the will of the voters in Washington," Ferguson said Thursday.

  • Business

    US new-home sales rise in sign of housing market health

    New home sales rose 3.7 percent to a seasonally-adjusted 555,000, the Commerce Department said Friday. That is 5.5 percent higher than a year ago.

  • Business

    J.C. Penney to shut 130-plus stores, offer early retirements

    Penney said Friday that it will close 130 to 140 stores as well as two distribution centers over the next several months as it tries to improve profitability. The company said that it would also initiate a voluntary early retirement program for about 6,000 eligible employees.

  • Business

    Global stocks fall amid Trump trade policy concerns

    KEEPING SCORE: France's CAC 40 slumped 1.4 percent to 4,822, while Germany's DAX fell 1.5 percent to 11,770. Britain FTSE100 shed 0.7 percent to 7,218. U.S. shares were set to drift lower as well, with Dow and S&P 500 futures both down 0.4 percent.

  • Business

    Doubts grow over stock market’s Trump-inspired surge

    "When we had the election, there was initially shock," said Darrell Riley, a vice president at T. Rowe Price who helps set the strategy for how $240 billion in target-date retirement and other mutual funds are invested. "Investors were really shocked, and then we went into this period of euphoria, and now we're in a state of confusion."


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    PERRY: Arming Colorado teachers in schools fails the reality test

    Movies are so good, so real and so compelling that they do things like persuade a whole lot of Colorado folks that sending teachers to school with guns to fend off bad guys is a good idea. It’s not

  • Opinion

    FLOWERS: Celebrate your freedom to oppose President Trump

    There was "Javier" from Guatemala, whose family had been attacked by rebels during the Civil War in the mid-80s because they refused to provide assistance, and then were persecuted by the government when, ironically, they wrongly thought his family had provided that guerrilla aid

  • Opinion

    PERRY: Congressman Coffman’s virtual Obamacare meetings are really needless political hide and seek

    We’ve all been sucking it up as we’ve suffered through the very real abuse inflicted by Republican health care legislation, Democratic health care legislation and entities that have wagged both those dogs for decades. Coffman and other congressmen can suck it up and show up at town meetings to get an earful, first-hand about how serious the health-care issue is, and how wrong they might be about how to change it

  • Opinion

    GOLDEN: Immigration reform a moral imperative for many, an economic necessity for all

    For decades we have failed to overhaul an immigration system that has not evolved with a changing global economy. America’s needs have shifted and we need immigration laws that match the economic realities of 2016

  • Opinion

    POLMAN: Will the men in the white coats drag Trump away?

    Sen. Lindsey Graham had the most substantive rebuke. "I would urge the president to knock this off ... To continue to insist that the 2016 election was conducted in a fashion that millions of people voted illegally undermines faith in our democracy," Graham said. "People are going to start doubting you as a person."




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