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If passed, ColoradoCare would replace most private health insurance in the state with a universal-coverage system funded by taxpayer dollars and overseen by an elected board.
Meg Whitman made her debut on the campaign trail as Hillary Clinton’s most vocal Republican supporter at a Tuesday event in Denver and didn’t mention Donald Trump’s name once.
The State Department says about 30 emails possibly related to the 2012 attack on U.S. compounds in Benghazi, Libya, are among thousands of Hillary Clinton emails recovered during an FBI investigation.
Denver International Airport officials received the go-ahead Monday from the City Council to negotiate a long-term contract for a massive renovation of Jeppesen Terminal.
Hackers targeted voter registration systems in Illinois and Arizona, and the FBI alerted Arizona officials in June that Russian hackers were behind the assault on the election system in that state.
A proposed citywide ballot initiative aimed at allowing the social use of marijuana in private clubs failed to make the ballot, the Denver Elections Division said Monday.
One volunteer wrote more disabled parking tickets than Denver police last year and advocates want change
For years, advocates for disabled people have pushed Denver city officials to get serious about enforcing parking rules. Now a city audit is on their side.
Two measures that sought to restrict fracking in Colorado won’t appear on the ballot in November after environmentalists failed to gather enough valid signatures to put the issue before voters.
Republicans and Democrats sparred Sunday over whether Hillary Clinton crossed ethical lines during her tenure as secretary of state by talking with people outside the government who had contributed to her family’s philanthropy foundation.