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Chanting "Elevate above the hate" and "Love trumps hate," hundreds of protesters on Friday derided Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, his appearance in Colorado Springs and his vision for the nation."We are not against you - we are against hateful rhetoric; we are against language that divides," the crowd shouted as hundreds of Trump supporters filed past them on the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs campus.
Thousands of people lined up four hours Thursday to see republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and many went home disappointed after the campaign significantly over-ticketed the event and then blamed the Colorado Springs fire marshal for refusing to allow in more spectators.
"I have to tell you this is why our country doesn't work," Trump began his hour-long speech in the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs' Gallogly Events center.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump tackled negative ads head on Friday in Colorado Springs, saying he would never mock a person's disability and he wasn't implying a reporter asked him tough questions because she was menstruating.
"They do a commercial like I'm mocking a person with disability, and I'm not. I don't remember this guy," Trump said of a New York Times reporter who has limited movement in one arm.
DES MOINES — Dr. Dennis Klein has been named as state medical examiner, according to the head of the state’s Department of Public Health. IDPH Director Gerd Clabaugh said Friday that Klein has accepted the position after having served as interim state medical examiner since Dr. Julia Goodin resigned in January to pursue a career opportunity with the Tennessee Department of Public Health.“Dr.
ASPEN – America is making progress overseas against Islamic State terrorists, but success at home lags as police and intelligence experts struggle to stop elusive lone-wolf attackers, leaders told a gathering Friday at the Aspen Security Forum here.
Overseas, Islamic State leaders have lost territory and have seen a declining flow of volunteers to their ranks in the face of an allied air campaign that bolsters Iraqi troops and friendly forces in Syria.
“I think we have much more traction than we did a year ago,” said Brett McGurk, the Obama administration’s special envoy to the coalition battling the Islamic State.
But while the Islamic State is losing ground overseas, it has succeeded in
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WASHINGTON — Don Kaas celebrated his 77th birthday on Sunday, July 24, which just happened to also be the first day of the annual Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa — or RAGBRAI.
In the weeks leading up to the 420-mile trek across the state, Kaas, the founder and CEO of Iowa Fuel Power in Cedar Rapids, decided to do something special.