1. Pro-Biden super PAC launches first TV ad, urging 2016 run
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The super PAC urging Vice President Joe Biden to run for president is launching its first television ad.
  2. Clinton e-mail probe now includes second data firm
    WASHINGTON — The FBI probe into the security of Hillary Clinton's e-mail has expanded to include a second private technology company, which said Tuesday it plans to provide the law
  3. Deportation of immigrants lowest in nearly a decade
    WASHINGTON — The Obama administration deported fewer immigrants over the past 12 months than at any time since 2006, according to internal figures obtained by The Associated Press as Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton called Obama's deportation policies too harsh.
  4. Students, liberal group persist in push for seats at Boulder's Republican debate
    In 2012 the University of Denver held a drawing for about 100 seats at the presidential debate the school hosted.
  5. More police recruits, composting top Denver council's budget requests
    Denver City Council members on Tuesday asked Mayor Michael Hancock to accelerate both police hiring and the roll-out of curbside composting in next year's budget.
  6. Gardner targets North Korea with new sanctions bill
    Companies and individuals who do illicit business with North Korea would be subject to a new set of sanctions as part of a bill announced Tuesday by U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner.
  7. Colorado governor creates task force on American Indian mascots
    Gov. John Hickenlooper signed an executive order Tuesday creating a commission to discuss American Indian high school mascots.
  8. Analyst: Denver's request for National Western funding too high
    An outside analyst raised pointed questions Monday about the assumptions and calculations used by Denver's National Western Center team to back its request for $128 million in state tourism funding.
  9. Denver lags other cities with its recycling, composting policies
    While West Coast cities are diverting more than 60 or even 70 percent of their household waste from landfills with aggressive recycling and composting rules, Denver has yet to notch 20 percent.
  10. Gov. Hickenlooper heading to Asia, Middle East
    DENVER (AP) — Gov. John Hickenlooper is heading on a two-week trip to Asia and the Middle East to boost economic opportunities for Colorado.
  11. Mini landowners hold big sway in Glendale's future development
    Five property owners, each with a single square foot of land in their possession, are having an outsized influence over development in Glendale, according to a lawsuit challenging the arrangement.
  12. Anti-fracking activists converge in Denver for meetings, protests
    Oil and gas drilling closer to communities along Colorado's Front Range, as seen in a struggle north of Denver, is putting residents and school officials on guard.
  13. U.S., Pacific nations reach historic trade accord
    President Barack Obama hailed the completion Monday of a historic 12-nation Pacific Rim trade deal that he said "reflects America's values," as his administration turned to selling the deal on Capitol Hill.