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The Trump administration announced late Wednesday that the remains of elephants legally hunted in Zimbabwe and Zambia can now be imported to the United States as trophies, reversing a ban under former president Barack Obama.
President Donald Trump is exhorting three suspended UCLA basketball players to thank Chinese President Xi Jinping for their freedom following a shoplifting incident while they were in China.
Among the Republicans in Colorado’s congressional delegation, U.S. Rep. Ken Buck is the one most likely to oppose a far-reaching tax plan that’s scheduled for a vote Thursday in the U.S. House.
Paul Rosenthal, a three-term Democratic state lawmaker from Denver, is the subject of a sexual harassment complaint filed this week about an incident from 2012. Rosenthal told the Post that he is “shocked” by the allegations and denied doing anything inappropriate.
Since the start of October, the city has been trying to spur conversations around race and social justice with Denver Talks, a six-week program that culminates Wednesday night with a free public conversation between poet Claudia Rankine and Mayor Michael Hancock.
VA officials in Colorado violated agency rules by using unofficial waitlists to track the status of patients who needed referrals for mental healthcare, according to a new report by internal watchdogs at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Shaking and tearful, state Rep. Steve Lebsock went on camera Tuesday to deny he sexually harassed three women who came forward in The Denver Post and claim he was being blackmailed to resign by an unknown person.
A case study published this year revealed new details about the death of an 11-month-old Colorado boy, who doctors say suffered a cardiac arrest due to a heart condition likely related to marijuana ingestion — though the doctors can’t say how much marijuana the boy consumed or exactly when.