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New York Woman Indicted for Threatening to Shoot Up LGBTQ+ Businesses in Colorado

Sharon Robinson, 40, is accused of calling and threatening at least four businesses located in Denver and Glendale, Colo.

5 Victims of Club Q Shooting Remembered

Here are the innocent lives lost in the mass shooting at Club Q in Colorado Springs.

Right-Wing Takeover of School Board Roils Colorado Community

Even some conservatives say the Woodland Park board has gone too far.

Colorado’s Gay Governor Signs Gun Control Bills Into Law in Wake of Club Q Shooting

The state has a history of mass shootings going back to the shooting at Columbine High School in 1999.

Transgender Archaeologist Fired From Federal Job After Posing With AR-15

She says there’s a double standard, claiming that if she were a right-wing gun enthusiast, her video would be considered a First Amendment expression of a Second Amendment right.

Colorado Governor Signs Bills to Protect Abortion and Gender-Affirming Care Rights

Out Gov. Jared Polis signed the bills as 15 states block gender-affirming care for transgender people.

Would-Be Shooter's Sister's Tip-Off Stops Potential Colorado Mass Shooting

Police credit the sister of a transgender 19-year-old who wrote a chilling screed outlining plans for a mass shooting for tipping off authorities and preventing a possible tragedy.

Colorado Lawmaker Uses Tired Anti-LGBTQ+ Tropes On Right-Wing Podcast

State Rep. Scott Bottoms cried grooming and sexual abuse for sexual identity, while the podcast host said the LGBTQ+ community used "talons" to convert cis-straight folks.

House Republicans Pass Bill to Restrict Transgender Rights in Schools

Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives have passed a measure veiled as a parental rights law that is actually a bill meant to exclude transgender people from public education.

This Drag Queen and Teacher Passionately Defends Drag Story Hour

If you’re wondering why men would dress in drag and read to kids, look no further than this story of a Colorado drag queen and educator.

Women's Rights Champion, Former Lawmaker Patricia Schroeder Dies at 82

The former U.S. Representative from Colorado and Presidential candidate was a champion of women’s rights and longtime LGBTQ+ ally.

Club Q Hero Richard Fierro on the Former Safe Space's Future

The man who slammed the gunman to the ground during the Club Q shooting talks about the aftermath of the tragedy and how we can move forward.

Club Q Suspect Ran Neo-Nazi Website, Planned to Livestream Shooting

Authorities testified on Wednesday in a preliminary hearing, revealing new details about the investigation.

4 Catholic Women Denied Communion Over Rainbow Masks During Mass

The women attended Mass with colorful masks to support a teacher who was recently fired by the Denver Archdiocese because she's gay.

Club Q Announces Plans to Reopen, Honor the 5 People Killed

The club's management said it was working with several groups to rebuild.

Parents Raise Thousands For Catholic Teacher Fired Because She's Gay

After the beloved Catholic teacher was terminated, the parents of students who attend the school she was fired from began raising money for her.

Baker Jack Phillips Loses Appeal in Trans Woman's Discrimination Suit

The conservative Christian baker argued that creating a cake celebrating Autumn Scardina's transition went against his religion and violated his free speech rights.

Club Q Suspect Anderson Aldrich Charged With 12 More Counts

It's in addition to the 305 already brought by prosecutors.

Club Q: New Charges Sought Against Suspected Gunman

The new charges are on top of the more than 300 Anderson Lee Aldrich already faces in connection to the deadly mass shooting.


Club Q: Judge Warned of Potential Danger of Suspected Gunman

The 2021 case against the alleged shooter, Anderson Lee Aldrich, was dropped.