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Denver City Council rejects ethics board’s advice, OKs new rules on...

The Denver City Council, against the advice of ethics watchdogs, has adopted new rules that will allow council members and the mayor to continue...

No ethical issue with free business-class flights for Denver officials, City...

Denver City Council members say that freebies from the city don't sway their decision-making. Still, recent criticism about some of them accepting $10,000 plane...

Littwin: If the latest Trump Jr.-Russia story is not quite a...

This may be, as the kids say, when everything just got real, even as the Trump-Russia story grows increasingly unreal. On three consecutive days, The...

Wiretap: Wary senators and Obamacare repeal; Mitch vs. Mitch; Meryl Streep...

A handful of Senate Republicans are openly questioning the repeal-and-delay tactic on Obamacare. The question is whether there are enough of them who will...

Conflicts of interest for Ethics Commission? Lawmakers seek fix.

Lawmakers hoping once again to try and rid the state's anti-corruption agency from its own conflicts of interest might have an unlikely ally in...

Sure, Colorado has a clean reputation — but there’s still lots...

Colorado is not a state with a tradition of scandal-scarred government. Its governors don't tumble from power in disgrace, and indictments of lawmakers and...

Elbert County commissioner could face sanctions for failure to pay a...

Elbert County Commissioner Robert Rowland, and his fellow commissioners, could find themselves back in court sooner rather than later. This morning, Jill Duvall, who launched...

Did Denver City Council candidate Wayne New violate campaign code?

Denver City Council candidate Wayne New's ads claim he is "neighborhood friendly" and "development smart." The ads are also in violation of campaign finance...

Chief of Denver’s jail under investigation for special treatment afforded criminally...

It’s unclear who was making decisions to treat Gillespie differently than the thousands of other arrestees the sheriff department deals with annually.

Denver Grand Jury Rules Gessler Broke No Laws With His Spending

Depending on your point of view, there’s good news and bad in the case of Secretary of state Scott Gessler and the $1,278 in public funds he spent to attend a Republican conference in August.