Facebook is introducing tools that will make it easier for people to separate their online friendships into different groups and copy all the personal information they have posted on the website.
The new features will start rolling out to Facebook's more than 500 million worldwide users Wednesday.
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Sales of previously occupied homes fell to the lowest level in 15 years last month as the economy weakened.
The National Association of Realtors says July's sales fell by more than 27 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 3.83 million. It was the largest monthly drop on... more »
Crews were working Tuesday to contain and clean up more than 800,000 gallons of oil that poured into a creek and flowed into the Kalamazoo River in southern Michigan, coating birds and fish.
Authorities in Battle Creek and Emmett Township warned residents about the strong odor from the oil,... more »
Colorado's two Democratic senators have affirmed support for federal environmental regulators as the Senate prepared to take its first vote on a measure some see as a test of the Senate's stand on climate change.
Sens. Mark Udall and Michael Bennet both have vowed to vote against a Republican-led... more »
Colorado Sen. Mark Udall is seeking emergency funds to remove hazardous trees killed by bark beetles in national parks and forests.
He is proposing an amendment to the Senate emergency supplemental appropriations bill that would award the U.S. Forest Service $42 million and the National Park Service $8 million.... more »
Colorado's senior senator has joined other Democrats calling for an immediate end to the military's ban on gay service members.
Sen. Mark Udall co-sponsored a bill Wednesday to repeal of a 1993 law banning gay servicemen and women. A similar measure is being considered in the House.
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As President Obama announces the addition of 30,000 additional troops in Afghanistan, four members of Colorado's congressional delegation are asking lawmakers to extend a ban on spending money to expand the Army's Pinon Canyon training site, used by Fort Carson to train soldiers for battle in Afghanistan. Sens. Mark Udall... more »
Sen. Mark Udall is meeting with Fort Carson military officials to discuss the role of soldiers from the base in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Udall will meet with Maj. Gen. David Perkins and other military leaders Thursday. A Udall spokeswoman says the senator and the military officials... more »