As China’s Communist Party meets to discuss the rule of law and the United Nations hears China’s national report on women’s rights, a rights group publishes a report documenting routine physical and sexual abuse of women in unofficial jails.
Gov. John Hickenlooper is preparing to release his state budget for the next fiscal year on Nov. 3 — the day before Election Day — raising the stakes on whether he will support returning money to taxpayers.
Colorado's health department proposed an industry-spinning ban on the sales of nearly all forms of edible marijuana at recreational pot shops Monday but then quickly backed away from the plan amid an industry outcry and questions over legality.
Numerous people were arrested Saturday night on Denver's 16th Street Mall when the Zombie Crawl was marred by several brawls, including one involving a man who was incensed when an officer used pepper spray to subdue combatants and the fumes nauseated his child.
Citizens United, the conservative group behind the new film "Rocky Mountain Heist," can run ads promoting the movie but still risk answering for it in court, the Colorado Secretary of State's Office said.