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The black cop who infiltrated the KKK

The real story behind Spike Lee's BlacKkKlansman
Ron Stallworth was one of the first black men to become a police cadet in Colorado Springs. Then he was given the task of going undercover to gather intelligence on the white supremacist group the Ku Klux Klan. He spoke to high-level members on the phone and a white colleague went to the KKK meetings in his place. The information Ron accumulated was used to help prevent the group's attacks. His story has recently been turned into a critically acclaimed movie directed by Spike Lee, BlacKkKlansman, which recently won the Cannes Film festival's Grand Prix award. (Photo courtesy of Ron Stallworth.)
Mission to transform guns into gardening tools
A father and son pair of amateur blacksmiths in Colorado are making a stand against gun violence.
Mandy Horvath: Double amputee conquers Manitou Incline
A woman who lost both legs in an accident explains why she climbed a 2,700-step hikers' ascent.
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Projected for Clinton

State projected at: 22:39 EST (03:39 GMT)

9 electoral votes

Congress

Senate
2 seats, 1 up for election

Democrat Michael Bennet has been re-elected, defeating Republican Darryl Glenn. The uncontested seat is held by Republican Cory Gardner.

Democrats

1 seat
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Republicans

1 seat
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Independents

0 seats
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Elected senator

Michael Bennet

Michael Bennet

Democrat

House of Representatives
7 seats, all up for election

Democrats

3 seats
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Republicans

4 seats
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Independents

0 seats
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