Politics

  1. Littleton to end red-light camera program this summer
    City leaders on Tuesday voted to end Littleton's red-light camera program this summer, claiming the system has done little to reduce accidents in the city.
  2. Supreme Court kicks Colorado online tax case to federal court
    The U.S. Supreme Court stripped Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman of home field advantage Tuesday in the long running — and closely watched — legal challenge of a state law requiring online retailers to report purchases made by their Colorado customers for tax purposes.
  3. Clinton used personal email account as Secretary of State
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton is facing a new set of questions about ethics and transparency — the sort that have dogged her and husband Bill for decades.
  4. GOP: House to vote on Homeland bill without conditions
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Bitterly admitting defeat, the Republican-controlled Congress sent legislation to President Barack Obama on Tuesday that funds the Department of Homeland Security without any of the immigration-related concessions they demanded for months.
  5. Rep. Jonathan Singer seeks to make painkillers harder to abuse
    Rep. Jonathan Singer, D-Longmont, demonstrates the abilities of specially formulated opioid painkillersto resist tampering, lessening their potential for abuse.
  6. Rep. Diana DeGette on Homeland Security funding, immigration
    Rep. Diana DeGetteJust as U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette predicted, the House voted today to fund the Department of Homeland Security for the rest of the fiscal year and didn't tie the the President
  7. Colorado Jews, Iranian emigres react to Netanyahu address to Congress
    Colorado lawmakers expressed support for Israel following a speech Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made to Congress expressing fear about a nuclear-armed Iran — fears that were
  8. Yoga bill headed for Senate as students adopt Republican Sen. Owen Hill's "crow " pose
    Lenora Degen, a yoga instructor, told her after-school class at Buena Vista Elementary School in Colorado Springs about a yoga bill hearing in Denver, where committee chairman Owen Hill did the
  9. Supreme Court allows challenge to Colorado Internet tax law
    WASHINGTON (AP) — A unanimous Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that federal courts can hear a dispute over Colorado's Internet tax law.
  10. No precedent for Netanyahu's contentious speech to Congress
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Given anywhere else, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech Tuesday wouldn't have caused such a ruckus.
  11. Denver pitches in big for stock show plan, but oversight still unclear
    Denver voters hold the key to more than half of the $856 million needed to kick off an ambitious transformation of the National Western Stock Show complex.
  12. Some unhappiness, but no boycott of Netanyahu by Colo. Dems
    The U.S. Capitol building.WASHINGTON -- No one from Colorado's congressional delegation plans to boycott Tuesday's speech by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu – though that doesn't
  13. U.S. Sen. Al Franken gets in some jokes as he sounds alarm on climate change, middle class
    State Rep. Alec Garnett of Denver, his wife Emily, and Minnesota Sen. Al Franken at the Colorado Democratic Party's Jefferson Jackson dinner Saturday.
  14. U.S. Sen. Al Franken gets in some jokes as he sounds alarm on climate change, middle class
    State Rep. Alec Garnett of Denver, his wife Emily, and Minnesota Sen. Al Franken at the Colorado Democratic Party's Jefferson Jackson dinner Saturday.
  15. U.S. 36 toll meeting attracts ire from state lawmaker
    Tuesday's public hearing on how much a private firm will charge on newly widened U.S. 36 is going on as planned, despite pleas from a state lawmaker to hold meetings closer to the people most likely to travel the highway.