Trump Picks Colorado Judge As Nominee For U.S. Supreme CourtOn Tuesday evening President Donald Trump announced that Neil Gorsuch, 49, is his pick to be the next Supreme Court justice to replace Justice Antonin Scalia, who died nearly a year ago.
Hinckley To Leave Psychiatric Hospital On Sept. 10The man who attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan 35 years ago will leave a Washington psychiatric hospital to live full-time in Virginia on Sept. 10, his lawyer said Thursday.
Man With Colorado Ties Who Shot Reagan Permanently Released From Mental HospitalThe man who tried to assassinate President Ronald Reagan in 1981 has been granted full time release from a hospital.
Colorado GOP Chairwoman Apologizes For Posting Image Of Obama As ChimpA Republican committee chairwoman who posted a racist internet meme on her Facebook account is taking responsibility for the insensitive post.
After All Is Said In Theater Attack Trial, Was Holmes Sane?They saw more than 1,500 photographs. They heard more than 250 witnesses. They listened to 10 psychiatrists. They handled three guns.
One-Time Evergreen Man Who Shot President Reveals Thoughts In LettersTestimony continues as a court will decide on future freedoms for the man from Evergreen who shot President Ronald Reagan. CBS4 Investigator Rick Sallinger shares the letters he received from John Hinckley, Jr.
Former Evergreen Resident Who Shot Reagan Seeks To Live Outside Mental HospitalThe would-be assassin of President Ronald Reagan is "clinically ready" to live fulltime outside a mental hospital, his lawyer argued in federal court on Wednesday.
Polis Applauds Obama's Action On Immigration ReformColorado Democrat Rep. Jared Polis is applauding President Obama's action on immigration reform calling it "great news for our country."
Scalia Speaks At 2 Colorado UniversitiesSpeaking at a Christian school outside Denver Wednesday, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia said the separation of church and state is the most foundational freedom in the United States.
Winning A Debate Could Can Come Down To A Single ExchangeBoth President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney prepared for Wednesday's debate for months with coaches and mock sparring partners. In some past debates, winning came down to a single exchange -- one zinger or one blunder.