Gold Dome: Denver Post Rallies Against its Owners

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The former editor of the Denver Post is criticizing the paper’s hedge fund owner and asking for the newspaper to be sold to someone else. The local paper’s staffing woes are making national headlines as well.

Consider State Rep. Paul Rosenthal one more politician ousted by the #MeToo movement. He lost his re-election bid came to after the Denver failing to qualify for the primary months after allegations of sexual harassment.

In a “Legislator’s Hour” with Fremont County commissioners and members of the public, Senate President Kevin Grantham said he’s not considering running for governor.

The Denver City Council isn’t investigating Mayor Michael Hancock’s sexual harassment allegations, but which council members would support Hancock in his next election?

Attorney General candidate Phil Weiser is stumping around the state; a big hurdle in his election is informing the public what the attorney general does in the first place.

After receiving more than 30,000 comments regarding drilling in Southern Colorado, the BLM insists that it is not and was not planning on drilling in Great Sand Dunes National Park.

Consider State Rep. Paul Rosenthal one more politician ousted by the #MeToo movement. He lost his re-election bid came to after the Denver failing to qualify for the primary months after allegations of sexual harassment.

One year into his term, Justice Neil Gorsuch might make fewer headlines, but he’s still living up to his reputation as a conservative judge who follows the letter of the law.

Facebook is informing its users what information was used by Cambridge Analytica. The number of users affected could be upward of 87 million.

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