DENVER (AP) - Administrators at a Denver charter school have been suspended after a playground fight captured on video showed the school's restorative justice coordinator encouraging the students to throw punches. Officials with Wyatt Academy said Friday the elementary school principal, assistant principal, school psychologist and the restorative justice coordinator are on administrative leave. Denver police also are investigating.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) - A national veterans cemetery two decades in the making was dedicated Friday near Colorado Springs. The 1/2 -square-mile Pikes Peak National Cemetery is expected to accept its first burials in October. The site is currently pastureland.
WASHINGTON (AP) - A flood of lawsuits over LGBT rights is making its way through courts and that'll continue, no matter what the Supreme Court decides in the case of a baker who wouldn't create a wedding cake for a same-sex couple. Courts are considering whether existing sex discrimination laws apply to LGBT people. And they're reviewing whether businesses can assert religious objections to avoid complying with anti-discrimination measures.
SEATTLE (AP) - President Donald Trump's unwillingness to release his tax returns has some House hopefuls debating whether elected federal office holders should be expected to reveal the documents. House candidates and incumbents in Colorado, New York and Washington are among the few who've disclosed tax returns in an effort to show transparency and sway voters in their competitive districts ahead of the midterm elections. Roll Call data shows just 1 of 10 sitting lawmakers have released their tax documents.
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