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A federal environmental cleanup site near Vail has landed on the Environmental Protection Agency's national list of contaminated areas with the greatest expected redevelopment and commercial potential.
Colorado lawmakers are considering whether to ban bump stocks like the one used by a Las Vegas gunman in October to rain fire on a country music concert that killed 58 people and left hundreds injured.
There are already two bills on the subject with bipartisan support to extend tax credits for affordable housing and child care. But early on, the most ambitious proposals appear significantly more likely to land in a 2018 campaign ad than on the governor's desk to be signed into law.
Principal Shane Voss, with the full backing of faculty, banned all cell phone use in Mountain Middle School in Durango as well on school grounds during the school day. For the past two years, students at Mountain Middle are expected to turn off their cell phones and put them in their locker or backpack before classes begin.
The number of people signing up for health insurance plans on Connect for Health Colorado, the state's Affordable Care Act exchange, fell by nearly 4 percent, but it's unclear whether that means more people are going without coverage.
Twenty-one states, the District of Columbia and several public interest groups filed the first major lawsuits Tuesday to block the repeal of the Federal Communications Commission's net neutrality rules, marking the start of a high-stakes legal battle over the future of the Internet.
The influenza virus that's sickened millions of Americans is already the most widespread outbreak since public health authorities began keeping track more than a dozen years ago. Now, with the threat of more strains emerging, it might get even worse.
House Republican leaders presented their rank and file with a one-month spending bill Tuesday aimed at keeping the government open ahead of a Friday night deadline, as hopes for a deal on young undocumented immigrants faded.
President Donald Trump is in excellent overall health and achieved a perfect score on a cognitive test that the president requested as part of his first formal medical exam since taking office, the White House's top physician announced Tuesday.
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon on Tuesday refused to answer a broad array of queries from the House Intelligence Committee about his time working for President Donald Trump, provoking a subpoena from the panel's Republican chairman.