U.S. Supreme Court
The U.S. Supreme Court took some of the teeth out Arizona’s tough immigration law. The court on Monday upheld a key provision in the law, but struck down the rest of it, and the ruling has implications for Colorado.
Senators gave initial approval to a measure asking Colorado voters to repeal an unconstitutional state law that barred municipalities from passing ordinances protecting gay people from discrimination.
A Marine claims he was just exercising his rights to free speech, but his comments on President Obama led to his discharge.
The Supreme Court says federal courts cannot throw out a criminal defendant’s appeal for missing a deadline when state officials do not object to the overdue filing.
A man convicted of killing four people at a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant nearly 19 years ago moved closer to execution following the rejection of his appeal by a federal appeals court.
The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing arguments on the constitutionality of the health care reform law championed by President Obama.
Colorado Attorney General John Suthers is in Washington Monday as the state and others challenge the health care law.
The Supreme Court seems inclined to shield federal agents who are protecting government officials from claims of free speech violations, in a case that began with the arrest of a Colorado man who confronted Vice President Dick Cheney.
It has been 19 years since Nathan Dunlap murdered four people and wounded a fifth.
The leader of the fugitive gang known as the “Texas 7″ was executed Wednesday for killing a suburban Dallas police officer during a robbery 11 years ago after organizing and pulling off Texas’ biggest prison break.