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Colorado teachers trained to carry guns in classrooms

Laura Carno, the founder of the group, told AFP that the so-called FASTER training is carried out by off-duty police officers who teach participants how to respond in the event of an emergency.

NGO banning: US for solution that 'honours India's laws'

The US has said that the issue of shutting down of a Colorado-based Christian NGO in India must be resolved in a manner that is "transparent" and honours India's laws, even as it expressed concern over the challenges faced by foreign NGOs in the country.

`You brown or Indian shouldn`t be here` - Indian man's house trashed with dog poop and hate messages in Southern Colorado

`You brown or Indian shouldn`t be here` - Indian man's house trashed with dog poop and hate messages in Southern Colorado

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is probing into the case which came to light on February 6.

Peterson Air Force base accidentally releases toxic chemicals into Colorado Springs’ sewer system

An Air Force base in Colorado said it accidentally released about 150,000 gallons of water containing toxic chemicals into the sewer system of the adjacent city of Colorado Springs, but the potential health hazards weren't immediately known.

Hillary Clinton widens lead in latest poll as Donald Trump cries foul

Hillary Clinton has widened her lead over Donald Trump nationally and in key swing states three weeks before Election Day, a poll showed Monday, as the Republican presidential nominee struggled to find a way back into the race.

Turkey military purge harming fight against Islamic State: Clapper

Turkey`s purge of its military after a failed coup attempt is hindering cooperation in the U.S.-led fight against Islamic State, James Clapper, the U.S. director of national intelligence, said on Thursday.

Mother saves son from mauling by mountain lion in Colorado

A mother fought off a mountain lion that attacked her five-year-old son while he was playing with his older brother outside his home in western Colorado on Friday, the local sheriff said.

US firm sacks 200 Muslim employees over prayer dispute

US firm sacks 200 Muslim employees over prayer dispute

Though the company had provided a separate room for the Muslim employees to pray, the workers claim the policy has been changed.

San Bernardino shooting: 14 killed in California; 2 suspects including a woman dead, third held

San Bernardino shooting: 14 killed in California; 2 suspects including a woman dead, third held

A suspect in the mass shooting that killed at least 14 people in California on Wednesday is "down" following a shootout, police said.

Colorado Planned Parenthood shooting suspect to appear in court

 (Reuters) - The man accused of killing three people and wounding nine in a shooting rampage at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs was due to make his first court appearance on Monday by way of video link from jail.

Colorado officer killed in shooting was church elder, retired figure skater

A police officer killed by a gunman who stormed a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs was a retired champion figure skater and an elder at a Christian church where he taught, led worship teams and played guitar.

Shooting in US; at least three dead, 11 injured

Shooting in US; at least three dead, 11 injured

At least three people, including a police officer, were killed and 11 injured in a standoff with a gunman in the US state of Colorado, police said.

Colorado shooting: Three killed, 9 injured in attack on abortion clinic

Colorado shooting: Three killed, 9 injured in attack on abortion clinic

The dead included one police officer and two civilians, Colorado Springs Police Chief Peter Carey told reporters about an hour after the suspect had been captured. 

Sexting scandal shocks US high school, nearly 100 students traded nude pics

Some of the kids in the photographs were as young as 12, and included eighth graders from the middle school, The New York Times reported.

U.S. to let banks do business with licensed pot shops

The Obama administration on Friday sought to lessen the fear of prosecution for banks doing business with licensed marijuana companies, further encouraging US states such as Colorado and Washington that are experimenting with legalizing the drug.