One person has died and two people were injured, one severely, when a plane crashed at Aspen airport, police in Colorado have confirmed.
Devastated by injury and dumped by his beloved team, one of the NFL’s all-time great quarterbacks is back in business and breaking records
... and mark the beginning of a sea-change in attitudes around the globe
Officials also revealed that he had legally purchased his shotgun earlier this month
Players allegedly questioned the German's training regime and tactical approach
Rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III ran for a touchdown as the Washington Redskins won the NFC East title by beating the Dallas Cowboys 28-18 late on Sunday. The Redskins will host the Seattle Seahawks next Sunday in the play-offs.
The President still holds sway over a key demographic
The former graduate student accused of killing 12 people in a shooting spree at a Denver-area movie house was due to make a second court appearance today as prosecutors and defense lawyers sparred over a mysterious package sent to his psychiatrist.
Citizens rush to arm themselves as public paranoia sparks incidents in other states
Relatives of those killed in a massacre at a showing of new Batman movie came face to face with the man accused of unleashing the mayhem yesterday - his shock of dyed orange hair giving him the appearance of The Joker character he told police he had been emulating.
James Holmes makes his first appearance, facing charges that could lead to the death penalty
Extradited suspects will experience a cold welcome at America's toughest jail
If it ever went away, Tebow-mania is back in the NFL. For much of the regular season, Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow made himself a national cult – hurling winning, last-minute touchdown passes and then kneeling on the touchline to give thanks to the Almighty for his deliverance, in a gesture that spawned its own word, "Tebowing". But in the last few games the magic had deserted him, and the Broncos barely made the play-offs.
The wintersports offering in this north-west state seems behind the times when compared with some of the bigger-name American resorts, but it's gaining ground fast. Minty Clinch puts its pistes to the test
The Colorado Rockies mark a geographical watershed in North America. They're also big. Really big. Steve Connor minds the gap