Justice Closes Discrimination Case Against Colorado CourtsThe U.S. Department of Justice has closed a discrimination case against the state court system in Colorado that was sparked by concerns about the way people who speak little English were being treated.
Oklahoma AG Bemoans Colorado Pot In US Supreme Court FilingOklahoma's attorney general says his state and others are suffering from the export of marijuana from Colorado and wants the U.S. Supreme Court to consider whether Colorado's pot market violates federal law.
The 'Dark Net' Holds Internet’s SecretsA day after the U.S. Department of Justice announced the largest theft of consumer financial data in U.S. history, a CBS4 investigation shows where financial and personal information is routinely bought and sold.
DIA Traveler Says 'It Doesn't Surprise Me' About Possible Airline CollusionAirline passengers at Denver International Airport say they aren't surprised that four major airlines are being investigated by the Department of Justice for possibly working together to keep rates high.
Taxpayer Cost Of Theater Shooting Case Tops $2.2 Million Before TrialTaxpayer costs for investigating and prosecuting the Colorado theater shooting case have risen to more than $2.2 million before the trial has even started, and that doesn't include legal costs for defendant James Holmes.
American In Argentina Seeks Asylum To Avoid Extradition To DenverAn American who fled Colorado and started a new life in Argentina is being politically persecuted and is appealing for asylum in hopes of avoiding extradition to the U.S. to face murder charges, his lawyer said Monday.
Man In Custody After Alleged Sexual Advances On Denver-Bound FlightA man from Ukraine has been arrested at Denver International Airport after he was accused of interfering with two flight attendants on a Delta Airlines flight.
4 With Ties To Colorado Pot Accused Of LaunderingFour men with ties to last year's raids of Colorado medical marijuana businesses have been indicted on international money laundering charges.
Colorado Pot Raids Tied To Colombian Drug Cartel InvestigationSources say a dozen federal raids of Denver and Boulder pot sops are tied to a single investigation of a Colombian drug cartel.
Suncor To Pay $1.9M To Settle Sand Creek Oil Spill LawsuitSuncor oil refinery operators have agreed to pay $1.9 million to settle a lawsuit by federal and state authorities over an oil spill that contaminated Sand Creek and the South Platte River.
$2.9M Grant Awarded For Theater Shooting VictimsThe U.S. Department of Justice is awarding a $2.9 million grant for support services for victims of the Aurora theater shootings.
Colorado Looks To Washington For Pot ProtocolGov. John Hickenlooper got the formal certification of the election results from the secretary of state on Friday. That means Colorado's Amendment 64 legalizing marijuana could take effect by early next month.