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Trump’s voter fraud task force wants personal information of Colorado voters

A new task force created by President Donald Trump to investigate voter fraud has asked Colorado's secretary of state to turn over personal information about...

Something’s in the water in southern El Paso County

Water contamination in southern El Paso County – likely caused by the upstream Peterson Air Force Base – has triggered fear and outrage in...

Data privacy bill clears Senate committee – with tweaks

Originally posted on Chalkbeat by Todd Engdahl on April 27, 2016 A bill designed to strengthen the privacy and security of student educational data...

Polis: House rushed Patriot Act reauthorization that failed to rein in...

Colorado Democratic Congressman Jared Polis voted against the USA Freedom Act on Wednesday arguing that the bill to reauthorize and reform the Patriot Act...

Comment deadline on fracking rule extended after COGCC website taken down

Critics of a draft Colorado rule to compel oil and gas companies to divulge chemicals used in the controversial hydraulic fracturing process will have some extra time to file comments online after the state’s website was taken down for “security-related emergency maintenance.”

Foil Big Brother blocker keeps ski pass scans in stealth mode

It’s an only-in-Colorado kind of story. Where else do people freak about whether Big Brother is watching them … on the ski slopes? Radio frequency...

McInnis pleaded for ‘threat profiling’ in the days after 9/11

In the wake of news Wednesday that GOP gubernatorial frontrunner Scott McInnis would seek to enact Arizona-style racial profiling laws in Colorado, media outlets...

Markey target of threatening calls in wake of health care vote

MSNBC is reporting that Fourth District U.S. Rep. Betsy Markey is among at least ten U.S. lawmakers who have been the victims of vandalism...

Denver 2022 Winter Games: An insider’s guide to the Olympic debacle

Canada, which will eventually spend more than $6 billion for the recent Vancouver Winter Olympic Games, was the victim of a global golden fleece job.

Science Sunday: Security vs. Openness in the Post-9/11 World

The National Academy of Sciences says freedom makes us safer.Since the airliners hit the twin towers on September 11, 2001, a regular refrain in...