Sprint & T-Mobile Potential Merger Awaits ApprovalT-Mobile and Sprint announced an agreement Sunday to combine into a new company, a deal that would reshape the U.S. wireless landscape by reducing it to three major cellphone providers.
California Sues Over Census Citizenship QuestionThe Commerce Department will restore a question about citizenship that has not appeared on the census since the 1950s.
Sen. Gardner Meets With AG Sessions Over Marijuana PolicyColorado's junior senator met face-to-face with U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions about marijuana on Wednesday.
Sessions To End Policy That Paved The Way For Legal PotThe new policy will reportedly let federal prosecutors where marijuana is legal decide how aggressively to enforce longstanding federal law prohibiting it.
Justice Dept. Says It Settles Ag Worker Discrimination CaseThe Justice Department says a Colorado agricultural company accused of discriminating against U.S. workers in favor of foreign visa workers has agreed to pay $10,500 to settle a lawsuit.
FBI Looks Into Congress' Claims VA Lied About Hospital CostsThe Justice Department is considering whether to investigate allegations that Veterans Affairs Department executives lied to Congress to conceal massive cost overruns at a $1.7 billion VA hospital under construction in Aurora.
Supreme Court Asks For U.S. Government's View On Mine Spill SuitThe U.S. Supreme Court asked the Justice Department on Monday to weigh in on New Mexico's lawsuit against Colorado over a mine waste spill that polluted rivers in both states and in Utah.
U.S.: Denver Sheriff Illegally Excluded Non-Citizens In HiringThe Denver Sheriff Department will pay $10,000 and change its hiring practices after the Justice Department found it broke the law by excluding job candidates who were not U.S. citizens, according to the terms of a settlement agreement announced Monday.
FBI Chief: No Charges For Clinton After New Emails ReviewedFBI Director James Comey told Congress on Sunday that a review of newly discovered Hillary Clinton's emails has "not changed our conclusions" from earlier this year that she should not face charges.
Colorado Political Analysts Split On Hillary Clinton Email DecisionThe news that the U.S. Justice Department will not pursue charges in the presumptive Democratic nominee for president Hillary Clinton's email investigation has garnered mixed reaction from political analysts in Colorado.
Criminal Probe Of Grand Junction Airport Ends; No ArrestsA federal criminal investigation into fraud allegations at the Grand Junction airport has ended with no criminal charges filed.
Man Convicted Of Kidnapping Toddler, Producing Child PornA Colorado Springs man has been convicted of kidnapping a toddler in California and producing child pornography.
Colorado U.S. Attorney To Chair Key Federal PanelColorado's top federal prosecutor is becoming the head of a crucial federal panel.
Colorado Vows To Defend Pot Law Against States' ChallengeColorado's Attorney General John Suthers promises to vigorously defend the state's historic law legalizing marijuana after Nebraska and Oklahoma asked the U.S. Supreme Court to declare it unconstitutional.
U.S. Recognizes Same-Sex Marriages In Colorado, 6 Other StatesThe federal government will recognize same-sex marriages in seven more states, including Colorado, and extend federal benefits to those couples, the Justice Department said Friday.