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July 2013 Archives

Filmmaker Michael Moore files for divorce after 21 years

Colorado movie fans are undoubtedly familiar with Michael Moore's work. The controversial Oscar-winning documentary maker's films include "Bowling for Columbine," "Sicko" and "Fahrenheit 9/11." His wife, Kathleen Glynn, was a producer on several of his movie projects. News outlets recently reported that Moore and Glynn are getting divorced after 21 years of marriage.

Former major leaguer owes $276,000 in child support

Danny Tartabull reportedly earned more than $33 million during the 14 years he played major league baseball, primarily with the Mariners, the Royals and the Yankees. The high earnings make it difficult to understand why Tartabull, now 50 years old and retired from baseball, is delinquent on his child support obligations to the tune of $276,000.

New study shows divorce affects younger children most

Colorado parents who've been through the process know that divorce is tough on kids. Now a new study shows that the effects, in terms of damage to the bond between parent and child, is most severe for young children. But the good news is that even if these kids carry lingering ill feelings towards their parents into adulthood, those feelings don't have an adverse effect on the kids' own romantic relationships.

What Supreme Court's gay marriage decisions mean for Colorado

The U.S. Supreme Court issued its long-awaited opinions on gay marriage late in June. In two opinions, the Court ruled the federal Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional and cleared the way for gay marriages to go forward in California.