Trump's Plan For Opioid Crisis Includes Death Penalty For High-Volume TraffickersPresident Trump has previously said "a drug dealer will kill 2,000, 3,000, 5,000 people during the course of his or her life" and not be punished as much as a murderer.
Trump Moves To Ban 'Bump Stocks' President Trump said on Tuesday he has directed his attorney general to propose changes that would ban so-called bump stocks.
Indictment: Russia Targeted Colorado In Election MeddlingThe Russians targeted Colorado among other states in a campaign to meddle in our elections, according to a federal indictment.
Gardner Lifts Holds On Some Dept. Of Justice NomineesSen. Cory Gardner has decided that he will lift holds on certain Department of Justice nominees after last month's hold.
Judge: Transgender People Free To Enlist In U.S. Military In 2018The Pentagon said it is "planning to prepare to access transgender persons," as of Jan. 1.
Trump Slams DOJ And FBI In Tweetstorm"I had to fire General Flynn because he lied to the Vice President and the FBI," President Trump tweeted.
No Prosecution In Over-Budget Veterans HospitalThe Justice Department has declined to prosecute two Veterans Affairs Department executives after lawmakers accused them of misleading Congress about massive cost overruns at a Denver-area VA hospital.
Postal Service Worker Accused Of Faking Cancer, Taking More Than 100 Days Off WorkA U.S. Postal Service employee is accused of lying about having cancer in order to claim more than 100 days of sick leave and be allowed to work from home.
Bomb Suspect Linked To Radical Hippie GroupA Nederland woman says she unknowingly helped a man suspected of planting a bomb outside the mountain town’s police department.
Man Arrested In Nederland Explosive Case Described As 'Little Person'The man arrested in the Nederland explosive investigation is a 64-year-old who had lived in northern California, officials have informed CBS4.
Colorado Law Enforcement Agencies Getting $$ To Expand Body Camera ProgramsThe Denver Police Department will receive federal funding to expand its body camera program.
Commerce City Requests Department Of Justice Help With Police DepartmentCommerce City has requested the United States Department of Justice step in and help reform its police department, according to a letter obtained during a CBS4 Investigation.
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.
Nonprofits Becoming More Comfortable Accepting Pot DonationsOne marijuana business hosts an annual golf tournament in Denver to raise money for multiple sclerosis research. Another Colorado pot company donates to a gay-rights advocacy group and is a sponsor of an AIDS walk.
Denver Monitor Praises Rule Limiting Police Shooting At CarsA new policy limiting when Denver police officers can fire on moving vehicles will improve public safety if it is well-enforced, the city's police monitor said Wednesday.