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In presidential run, Colorado’s Hickenlooper pushes compromise in an uncompromising time...

It is a late Friday afternoon in early February and passengers at Gate 12 of Washington’s Reagan National Airport are displeased. “Fucking United,” a lawyer-lobbyist...

Wiretap: Now we’re back to the legal question of whether a...

Donald Trump's lawyer says the president probably knew that Michael Flynn had lied to the FBI at the time Trump reportedly asked then-FBI Director...

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...

Court victory for marriage equality

Same-sex couples now have the right to marry in the United States. The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 Friday that the Constitution guarantees marriage equality, regardless of state-level...

Littwin: Arguments still seem to fall one way on Supreme Court...

I'm sure the experts are right that the Supreme Court same-sex marriage decision is a toss-up, and that it was hard to tell, after...

Colorado eyes High Court for news on gay marriage

DENVER -- The U.S. Supreme Court today is hearing arguments in a case that will push the most-recent chapter in the breakneck story of...

Wiretap: Considering the Obama Doctrine

Obama sits down with New York Times columnist Tom Friedman to talk about negotiations with Iran and what Friedman calls the "Obama Doctrine" on...

Littwin: Aw-shucks, America, Indiana never even heard of discrimination

In case anyone is still confused, the world has officially changed, including the part that belongs to Indiana. In today's world, when you pass a...

It’s religious freedom day at the Colorado General Assembly

Despite setbacks, in Colorado, the religious freedom movement shows no sign of flagging.

Wiretap: Our warring political faiths

In case you haven't noticed, the division between parties in America has become personal. Presumably, we already knew that, but now we really know...