This year’s Iditarod winner set a few records, even beating his the defending champion — who also happens to be his son — to win the race for the third time.
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A federal judge delayed the start of a Denver terrorism trial after defense attorneys said prosecutors didn’t disclose evidence in a timely manner.
A breathalyzer technician said his signature was forged on more than 100 records. DUI attorneys say thousands of DUI convictions could be invalid.
The SEC is asking for a 10th Circuit en banc review of a ruling that could nullify hundreds of administrative judge decisions.
The 10th Circuit denied a request for a stay of a decision to allow protests at DIA.
President Trump made public his tax forms showing that he paid taxes on $150 million worth of income in 2005 after writing off $100 million.
Meanwhile, the president’s revised executive travel ban is the subject of court hearings today in a last-minute challenge from opponents.
The U.S. Department of Justice is charging Russian spies for breaching millions of Yahoo! accounts.
One thing legislators from both parties can agree on is dealing with the opioid crisis in America.
Colorado’s largest teachers union has some harsh criticism for a bill that gives equitable funding for charter schools.
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