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Bombshell Denver vote to kill halfway-house contracts has ex-inmates scared, officials...

Hassan Latif, who works to transition the formerly incarcerated back into society, has been on the phone nearly nonstop since the Denver City Council...

At inauguration, Hancock calls for consensus and downplays criticism Mayor will...

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock kicked off his third and final term in office by promising to champion “progress and progressive ideals,” and said he’d...

Littwin: As self-justifying Ryan bashes Trump, Gardner must wonder when his...

History isn’t kind to the man who holds Mussolini’s jacket. — Ted Cruz, as quoted in the new book, “American Carnage” I’d love to know...

The Indy 500: Still trying to act like a lady

I have been trying to “act like a lady.”  That was my order from two Denver cops who handcuffed me a year ago today when...

Michael Hancock beats Jamie Giellis in Denver mayor’s race, claims third...

Michael Hancock has defeated Jamie Giellis in Denver's mayoral runoff. "Tonight, we won this race together," he told a crowd of supporters at EXDO Event...

Millennials — wild card in Denver’s Tuesday mayoral, council runoff? Residents...

Danielle Roth Serban is a 30-year-old business development director for a Denver recruitment agency, and if you ask her who she is going to...

“Beyond Reform”: What Michael Hancock has – and hasn’t – fixed...

Late last August, Mayor Michael Hancock and his top safety officials held a news conference to celebrate what they called “a major milestone” in...

Littwin: Will someone have to apologize for Denver’s mayoral race?

The final debate of the mayoral season, hosted by The Denver Post and the Denver Press Club, couldn’t have ended any other way —...

The Indy 500: Giellis, Hancock, privilege and the N-word

For those for whom the runoff battle for Denver's next mayor has become a proxy discussion of race, power and privilege, a short exchange...

The Indy 500: On women, candor and politics

I received an email last night, its subject line reading “Dumber than I thought.” It was from a political consultant in Denver whom I’ve known...