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Wiretap: Who could have predicted Trump’s latest outrage? Well, Obama for...

Who could have predicted Donald Trump's stunning reaction to the neo-Nazi violence in Charlottesville? Barack Obama for one, writes David Remnick in The New...

From ‘This is about bigotry’ to ‘I agree’ with Trump, Colorado...

With Donald Trump's hopes for a health care overhaul smoldering in Washington and a narrative of Republican dysfunction wafting from the beltway, the president...

UPDATED: What’s going on with this crazy drug dog story in...

UPDATE, July 18: Results from an independent investigation into this matter are in. Well, some results. On July 14, Longmont officials told media how police conducted...

Denver police commander sued for nabbing watchdog’s phone

A citizen journalist from Fort Collins is suing a Denver Police commander for seizing a phone she was using to record video of officers...

Faces in the streets

    As I walked down Colfax at today’s MLK Day Marade, camera in hand, I saw the faces of people I grew up with. I...

Ballot initiatives aim to roll back Colorado LGBTQ rights

The anti-same-sex marriage initiatives are coming. Gene Straub and D'Arcy Straub filed two ballot measures last Thursday — barely a week after the Supreme Court's historic ruling...

Lawsuit: Sign-language interpreters fail to communicate

Nicki and Kris Runge have been trying to get pregnant. They're working their way through a multi-year infertility treatment involving numerous medications, evaluations and an egg donor....

He’s not saying no: Udall may release CIA torture report

  Human rights and transparency advocates have been urging U.S. Sen. Mark Udall to release a classified report on the CIA's alleged use of torture....

Colorado on its last month defending marriage ban

Last night U.S. District Judge Raymond P. Moore ruled that Colorado's marriage ban is unconstitutional.

Solitary confinement by any other name …

The Corrections Department has declined specific comment on its opposition to SB 64’s initial drafting, where they said the nuts and bolts of the policy should be left up to the prison system’s internal regulations. The DOC is part of the executive branch and bristles at the notion of state lawmakers legislating how it should house certain prisoners.