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This week marks four years out West for @nytimes. My GPS tells me I've driven at least 220,000 miles around this country; at last count I've filed from more than 80 American communities. Feeling so lucky. And so grateful to the editors, colleagues & readers who support it all.
Three Chicago police officers were acquitted of conspiring to cover up the circumstances of Laquan McDonald's death. Jason Van Dyke, the officer who killed Laquan, will be sentenced tomorrow for second-degree murder. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/17/us/laquan-mcdonald-chicago-police-coverup.html … By @monicadavey1 and @juliebosman.
Thousands More Migrant Children Likely Taken From Families Than First Reported
BREAKING: The HHS inspector general says “thousands” more migrant children were likely separated by the Trump administration than previously known.
First DHS said I made up family separation, that sources were lying to me and giving fake documents. Then they said it lasted only 45 days under “zero tolerance.” Today, HHS confirmed publicly what our reporting has always shown: None of that pushback was true.
In a close knit town of just 645, one young man alone was always a mystery, unknown. Then he kidnapped a 13 year old girl and murdered her parents, police said. Jake Patterson is anonymous no more — but still a mystery. https://nyti.ms/2RUcEDQ?smid=nytcore-ios-share … my story with @MitchKSmith
A few days ago we interviewed Matt Kampf, a federal wildland firefighter in Colorado going unpaid. His family was trying to save by foregoing Rice Krispies for the store brand. He sent this photo of what showed up on his doorstep:
INBOX: "Colorado Public Radio is committing $300,000 to build a team of investigative journalists, starting with a new opening for investigative editor."
Colorado Dems in the U.S. House have landed some solid committee assignments: -- Diana DeGette, of Denver, is chair of Energy and Commerce investigations -- Joe Neguse, of Boulder, is on Judiciary -- Jason Crow, of Aurora, is on House Armed Services #copolitics
My colleague and I met and photographed Mason on Monday night, in a back room at the rodeo arena. We spoke for a bit about a cowboy’s creased jeans, and his love of the sport. He didn’t tell me he was ranked 18th in the world.
“It’s battle gear,” one bull rider told me tonight, of his chaps and vest. “It’s the most exciting, most dangerous lifestyle you could pick.”
Big win for oil and gas industry: Colorado Supreme Court reverses a decision that said regulators should give more weight to public health and safety when considering new drilling.
Thousands of asylum seekers are being released in American border towns with nowhere to stay, no money, no food—often with small children, and far away from their court appts. Charities have stepped in to prevent a wave of migrant homelessness. Our latest:
We are covering the teachers' strike in Los Angeles all day today. Follow live updates from @jennymedina, @tarangonyt, @danagoldstein and others...Los Angeles Teachers’ Strike Updates: Demands for More Pay and More Help
“Multiple teenagers tearfully described how the dispute has laid bare the threats they feel to their identities and heritage.”
The shutdown -- already the longest in the nation's history -- in pictures.
Shutdown or no shutdown, the Mexican rodeo goes on. I spent today watching cowboys from both sides of the border compete against each other.
To Andrea Caviedes, the shutdown has meant applying for unemployment and visiting a food pantry. To her friend Ximena Gumpel, it's a blip on the nightly news. "You kind of push it aside and figure it will pass, that it's just political bickering."
Joshua Tree National Park’s Signature Trees Are Among Shutdown Victims
States with relaxed gun laws have nearly twice the number of adolescent gun deaths as states with strict gun laws, a pediatric surgeon calculated.
#Crowdsource Add your tribal, nonprofit, individual story https://twitter.com/IndianCountry/status/1084094413192740864 …
👇🏼crowd-sourced list of the effects the shutdown has on Indian Country.
Work research. “How The West Was Worn.” “$10 Horse, $40 Saddle.” I love my job. And thank you @denverlibrary!