According to a new study, Americans now broadly support the legalization of medical marijuana. But even in places where most people are fine with the use and sale of medical marijuana, public concern persists. We explore this issue in Denver.
Back in August of 2008, during the Democratic National Convention, we sent Takeaway contributor Patrik Henry Bass out to report from Denver. This morning we check in with hair salon owner, Tracy Moore, about how she and her customers are doing.
In Denver, school officials have announced an experiment in school choice, offering the choice for parents to send their daughters to an all-girls public school. It's a growing national trend. A discussion from The Takeaway.
The Department of Justice indicted Najibullah Zazi, a 24-year-old Afghan living in Denver, on conspiracy charges related to an alleged bomb plot intended for the New York City subway system. We talk with reporters and a former federal prosecutor.
The investigation into a possible bomb plot involving three men in New York and Denver is reportedly widening. We discuss how best to secure a large American city and whether local and federal authorities are working together effectively.
Late Saturday, the FBI made three arrests in New York City and Denver, Colorado, that they say were connected to an ongoing terror probe. We talk this morning with two reporters currently covering this story.
In town hall meetings across the country, high emotions have been getting more attention than health care reform. To understand the habit of yelling, The Takeaway talks to Philip Dalton, Hofstra University professor of speech and communications.
In Denver, Colorado, a group of urban planners and architects gather to debate urban design. Joining The Takeaway is Ellen Dunham, author and Director of the Architecture program at Georgia Institute of Technology.
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