LGBTQ Supporters In Colorado Rally for Stronger Protections Ahead Of Supreme Court HearingsThe U.S. Supreme Court will hear three cases Tuesday to determine whether LGBTQ workers are included under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.
Senators Bennet, Gardner Respond To Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh DebateColorado's senators are weighing in on the Brett Kavanaugh debate.
'Totally Inebriated And All Messed Up': Trump Blasts Boulder Woman Accusing Kavanaugh Of Sexual MisconductPresident Donald Trump disparaged the account of the second woman accusing Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct.
Brett Kavanaugh Remains Vague On Roe V. Wade, Says Loyalty Is To ConstitutionJudge Brett Kavanaugh reaffirmed his view is that the case is "settled precedent of the Supreme Court" and it has "been reaffirmed many times over the past 45 years." He neglected, however to explicitly say where he stands on the issue.
Abortion Rights: Where Polis, Stapleton Stand On Roe v. WadeTurnover on the U.S. Supreme court has put abortion rights at the forefront in this year's elections.
Bakery Shop Sues Colorado, Hickenlooper Over Discrimination AllegationAttention was buzzing around Jack Phillips’ bakery again on Wednesday after he sued the state over another discrimination allegation.
Baker Who Won At High Court Sues Colorado Over New Bias CaseThe Colorado baker who wouldn't make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple and won a ruling at the U.S. Supreme Court is suing the state over another discrimination allegation.
Supreme Court Sales Tax Case Could Make Online Shopping Cost MoreOnline shoppers have gotten used to seeing that line on checkout screens before they click "purchase," but a case before the Supreme Court could change that.
Dozens Of Colorado Juvie Lifers Could Be Eligible For ParoleIn light of Supreme Court decisions banning life without parole for juvenile offenders, dozens of Colorado prisoners who committed crimes as minors could be eligible for release, but only one has been freed.
Virginia Honors Pair Who Challenged Interracial Marriage BanWhen Richard and Mildred Loving had the audacity to marry, Virginia law officers jailed them.
Supreme Court Strikes Down 2 NC Congressional DistrictsThe Supreme Court struck down two congressional districts in North Carolina Monday because race played too large a role in their creation, a decision voting rights advocates said would boost challenges in other states.
Trailblazing Colorado Abortion Law Marks 50th AnniversaryTuesday marks 50 years since a groundbreaking Colorado law significantly loosened tight restrictions on legal abortions.
Now On High Court, The Real Neil Gorsuch Set To Stand UpSomewhere between the Republican caricature of the next justice of the Supreme Court as a folksy family guy and the Democrats' demonization of him as a cold-hearted automaton, stands Neil Gorsuch.
Sen. Bennet Doesn't Plan On Blocking Gorsuch's Supreme Court NominationColorado Sen. Michael Bennet says he will not join fellow Democrats in blocking the nomination of Denver judge Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Gorsuch Hearings Show Him As Careful, Folksy, Testy At TimesHere are a few things we learned about Judge Neil Gorsuch, President Donald Trump's pick for the high court.