Man Who Shot Deputies Ranted Against Government, PoliceA man who lost ownership of his home two years ago and sued to stop his foreclosure opened fire on three law enforcement officers trying to serve an eviction notice Wednesday.
Judge Allows Warrantless Evidence In Denver-Area Terror CaseThe National Security Agency's warrantless surveillance programs have the potential for abuse but did not violate the constitutional rights of a suspect in a Denver-area terror case who argued that government spying has gone too far, a federal judge ruled.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt Releases First Photo As Edward Snowden In Oliver Stone FilmThe photo reveals Gordon-Levitt dressed in Army fatigues, not looking much like the Snowden most of America pictures.
Denver-Based Lawyers Representing Terror Suspect Believes Feds Spied On ThemThey are concerned about how the government gathered information about their clients, and now they want to find out what has been learned about them.
NSA Spy Program Reporter To Speak To Denver Group The journalist who broke the first stories about the National Security Agency's global spy program is set to speak to a group of reporters from around the Americas who have gathered in Denver.
Hacked Colo. Road Sign Shows Support For Snowden A portable, electronic road sign that was supposed to alert drivers to delays on a southwest Colorado road got changed to say something completely different.
Search For Snowden Making It WorseAs the world watches one man elude the long arm of the law of the world's most powerful nation, one must wonder if the constant headlines about the search for Edward Snowden isn't making the NSA scandal even worse.
Udall Says Surveillance Needs To Be ReviewedThe U.S. government needs to re-examine how far it can legally go in its search for terrorists, Colorado Sen. Mark Udall said following media accounts of the Obama administration's collection of telephone data and Internet communications.