Trevor Hughes, USA TODAY

Trevor Hughes

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Denver, CO, United States

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Past articles by Trevor:

Religions don't agree on abortion. That's why some faiths plan to take their case to court.

Conservative Christianity has dominated the abortion debate. Jews and many Christians are left wondering: doesn't our faith matter? → Read More

'Significant amount of digital evidence' led to arrest in Highland Park parade shooting: What we know

Authorities spent frantic hours searching for Robert 'Bobby' E. Crimo III, 22, before he was arrested Monday evening. Here's what to know. → Read More

'New era' or 'dark day'? Americans divided as they react to Supreme Court overturning Roe.

Early Friday, Americans were processing after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, with some cheering the ruling and others condemning it. → Read More

In Uvalde, Biden will walk into a mix of grief, anger, political attacks and broken hearts

President Joe Biden is visiting Uvalde, Texas just days after a horrific school shooting where 19 fourth grade children and two teachers were killed. → Read More

Uvalde school photographers' pictures bring children and tragedy into full focus

A professional portrait photographer's pictures of Uvalde children paint a poignant picture of the victims in the nation's latest shooting tragedy → Read More

'It was the wrong decision.' For 79 minutes, police failed to act as children died at Uvalde school

Steve McCraw, of the Texas Rangers, said police made "the wrong decision" at Robb Elementary School, where 19 children and two teachers were killed. → Read More

14 students, 1 teacher killed in Texas elementary school shooting, Gov. Greg Abbott says. The shooter is also dead, Abbott says.

It is the deadliest shooting at a U.S. grade school since the shocking attack in Sandy Hook, Connecticut, almost a decade ago. → Read More

Cheap drones take center stage in Ukraine war, raising concerns about misuse in United States

U.S. officials worry the proliferation of cheap drones poses a terror risk to infrastructure, and want to expand the use of anti-drone technology. → Read More

'Go for broke': How Japanese Americans in the 442nd broke barriers at home and fought fascism abroad

How Japanese Americans fought fascism while facing internment at home → Read More

'I'm 29 years old and I feel like I'm 70': Long COVID patients continue to struggle for months, years

COVID-19 long haul patients are struggling with doctors and employers as they battle lingering symptoms that make them feel "crazy." → Read More

'Life-threatening' wildfires force evacuations of thousands near Boulder, Colorado

Several grass fires near Boulder, Colorado, forced thousands of people to flee their homes Thursday, officials said. → Read More

'We have to fight too hard': For civil rights leaders, Arbery verdict is a victory. But is it a fleeting one?

Civil rights leaders predict inequities and systemic racism within the criminal-justice system will remain the norm - even after the Arbery verdicts. → Read More

Crossing the street is getting more deadly. Biden's infrastructure law could change that.

Safety experts say the disparities in pedestrian deaths highlight longstanding transportation inequities favoring wealthy people with cars. → Read More

In Colorado, Aurora police, medics indicted for 2019 death of Elijah McClain

Elijah McClain died after being injected with tranquilizer and choking on his vomit crying "can't breathe." → Read More

'No justice, no streets': Still grieving, Minneapolis residents wonder how city will move forward after Derek Chauvin trial

As Derek Chauvin's murder trial takes place in a courthouse ringed with razor wire, Minneapolis is still reckoning with George Floyd's death. → Read More

'It was just terror': Survivors recount rampage in the aisles at Boulder, Colorado supermarket

Survivors say that grocery shopping suddenly gave way to a struggle to stay alive in Monday's attack at a Boulder supermarket → Read More

'Stand Up, Fight Back': Atlanta rally decries anti-Asian violence, mourns spa shooting victims

The tragedy has prompted an outpouring of support. Communities nationwide, from Phoenix to Philadelphia, gathered this week to mourn the victims. → Read More

We now know the names of all 8 people killed in the Atlanta area spa shootings. Here's who they are.

All eight people killed in the three shooting at Atlanta area spas have been identified. Here's who they are. → Read More

He was getting a massage for his back pain. Then the shooter walked in and started killing people.

Robert Aaron Long, 21, attacked several spas Tuesday in the Atlanta area. One customer described hearing the shots as he received a massage. → Read More

White nationalists are once again using Christian symbols to spread hate

White nationalists across the U.S. are using Christian symbols to spread a message of hate and violence, experts warn. Pastors are pushing back. → Read More