$3.5 million in pot taxes collected in January
Taxes on Colorado's legalized marijuana industry earned more than $3.5 million in revenue during January.
Bill to criminalize cyberbullying moves forward
Cyberbullying could become a crime in Colorado under a bill that won initial approval in the House Monday.
Greyhound racing now banned in Colorado
Colorado now bans greyhound dog racing under a bill signed into law Monday.
Colorado Senate advances ridesharing regulations
A Colorado bill to regulate new ridesharing companies like UberX and Lyft has cleared the Senate.
N. Korea: Not 1 vote cast against Kim Jong Un
With no one else on the ballot, state media reported that supreme leader Kim Jong Un won with unanimous approval.
Edward Snowden to speak at SXSW conference
NSA leaker Edward Snowden is speaking at this year's South By Southwest Interactive Festival.
Immigration issues may hurt the GOP in November
Will the apparent slow death of immigration legislation have any political repercussions this year?
Obama looks at improving ties with Capitol Hill
President Barack Obama is trying a different tact to reach lawmakers on Capitol Hill.
Udall seeks release of CIA interrogation report
Colorado Sen. Mark Udall has again asked President Obama to release a report reviewing a CIA interrogation program.
Half of millennials likely lean Democratic
Young adults like to think of themselves as independent, but when it comes to politics, they're more likely than not to lean to the left.
Paul wants to run for 2 offices at same time
Rand Paul's biggest decision approaching: run for president in 2016 or focus on re-election to his U.S. Senate seat.
Obama: West won't let Kremlin carve up Ukraine
President Barack Obama ordered the West's first sanctions in response to Russia's military takeover of Crimea on Thursday.
Poudre SD destroys records, sues family
Poudre School District destroyed records about a special education student, in an attempt to keep them from his family.
Still no Soothe & Glow Seahorse recall
Despite growing concerns, Fisher-Price has yet to take action or issue a recall of the Soothe & Glow Seahorse.
Toys burn and smoke, but not recalled
Despite concerns that it can heat up and burn, there is no recall of an intensely popular toy for toddlers.
Caribbean nations seek reparations for slavery
Leaders of Caribbean nations have adopted a plan to seek reparations for what they say are the lingering ill effects of the Atlantic slave trade.
Search widens for missing Malaysian jetliner
The thought that a jetliner could simply disappear over the ocean for more than two days is staggering.
The strange story of missing Michigan doctor
A beautiful and bright young doctor suddenly vanishes from Michigan and hasn't been heard from in three months.