Politics

  1. State Dept. files proposal to release Clinton emails
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The State Department on Tuesday filed a proposal to resume the release of emails from former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's private account next month.
  2. Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan kicks off re-election bid
    If re-elected to a second term, Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan said Tuesday he will continue to make economic development his top priority.
  3. More voting centers open this week for Denver City Council runoffs
    Three voter service centers opened Tuesday outside downtown Denver for the final week before the June 2 runoff election.
  4. RTD riders to see new fares, critics say poor will be stung the most
    New fares starting next year will force transit users in the Denver area to pay 15 percent more for basic bus or train service and will especially hurt low-income riders, critics of the plan say.
  5. Obama pays tribute to fallen service members at Arlington
    President Barack Obama on Monday saluted Americans who died in battle, saying the country must "never stop trying to fully repay them" for their sacrifices.
  6. Potential fallout from Supreme Court health care case could be "ugly"
    A Supreme Court ruling due in a few weeks could wipe out health insurance for millions of people covered by President Barack Obama's health care law. But it's Republicans — not White House officials — who have been talking about damage control.
  7. Colorado human services director Reggie Bicha pledges better communication
    Colorado human services director Reggie Bicha, in his first interview since more than 80 state lawmakers delivered the governor a letter of no-confidence, said he will "repair relationships" that have "clearly broken down."
  8. NSA winds down phone records collection after Senate rejection of bill
    The National Security Agency has begun winding down its collection and storage of American phone records after the Senate failed to agree on a path forward to change or extend the once-secret program ahead of its expiration at the end of the month.
  9. Congress stalls on renewing popular fund for nation's parks
    A government fund that has helped preserve some of the nation's most iconic parks - from Gettysburg's battlefields to the Everglades to the Appalachian Trail - could disappear as early as fall because of a congressional dispute over how the program's revenues should be spent, U.S. officials warn.
  10. Congress' familiar path: short-term solutions
    Long is the list of problems Congress has addressed with short-term answers.
  11. 43 percent of Colorado workforce without paid sick leave, could gain benefit
    DeAna Jimenez is a single mom who many times has had to choose between finding a family member or friend to care for her sick child or staying home and missing a day's pay.
  12. Senate passes stop-gap VA bill to continue work at Aurora hospital
    The VA hospital project in Aurora got a small reprieve Friday after the U.S. Senate passed a stopgap spending bill that keeps work going at the troubled site for about three weeks.