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  • Is There a Santa?

      Some people remember the “Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus” story about a newspaper editor’s reply to an eight-year-old girl who wrote: “Some of my little friends...

    • December 1, 2015
  • A Special Act of Kindness

    It was one of the greatest acts of kindness in America’s history, but it’s not in our history books. See this inspiring story of an event that happened after...

    • December 1, 2015
  • More on Drug Costs

    Most Americans have never heard of Pharmacy Benefit Managers, a powerful group of third-party middlemen who have a lot of control over what we pay for medicines. See how...

    • December 1, 2015
  • Medicare Question

    If your doctor switches to a concierge program with an annual fee, how will it affect you as a Medicare patient? Will you have to pay the fee or...

    • December 1, 2015
  • Mountain Stories

    In 1855 an Irish aristocrat, Lord Gore, organized a lavish hunting party through what later became Rocky Mountain National Park, and Indians stripped him naked for the senseless slaughter...

    • November 1, 2015
  • The Taos Artists Georgia O’Keeffe

        She was born a Wisconsin farm girl in 1887, and one of her paintings recently sold for over $44 million. She became the most famous member of...

    • November 1, 2015
  • The Truth About Drug Companies

      They use their wealth and power to overcome every institution that might stand in their way, including the U.S. Congress. See what one of America’s best health researchers...

    • November 1, 2015
  • What’s Happening to Our River?

    The Colorado River—the most important water source for over 40 million people in the West—is being drained. Read what experts say on page 10 of the November issue.

    • November 1, 2015
  • The Old West

    In 1833, William Stewart saw the Old West in America before civilization changed it. He took along an artist who did some of the first  paintings of the West....

    • October 3, 2015
  • Estes Park Pioneers

    In 1884, William Hallett thought he was a goner when he fell into a glacier crevasse above Estes Park. He later became the star climber of the Rocky Mountain...

    • October 3, 2015