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Appeals court backs California laws to protect immigrants

A federal appeals court on Thursday kept in place three California laws intended to protect immigrants, continuing the state's efforts to be a national leader in opposing Trump administration policies.

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A beleaguered Trump feared 'the end of my presidency'

At the moment two years ago when Donald Trump learned a special counsel had been appointed to investigate his campaign and Russia, the president responded with profane fury — and something resembling panic.

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Commission: New NAFTA would deliver modest economic gains

President Donald Trump's new North America trade agreement would give the U.S. economy only a modest boost, an independent federal agency has found.

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Denver housing initiative was supposed to help 400 families. So far it’s helping 3.

Denver's LIVE program was announced in 2017 and launched last summer. So far, it has three participants.

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National Enquirer being sold to former newsstand mogul

The National Enquirer is being sold to the former head of the airport newsstand company Hudson News.

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Prosecutor wants suspect in fatal SC police ambush evaluated

A South Carolina prosecutor wants a judge to order a mental health evaluation for the man accused of ambushing several officers as they approached an upscale home to question a man in a child sex assault case.

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National Enquirer to Be Sold to James Cohen, Heir to Hudson News Founder

A new buyer for the tabloid swooped in after talks between American Media and the billionaire Ron Burkle fall apart.

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Judge allows sex-trafficking claim in suit against Weinstein

A New York judge has agreed to let a class-action lawsuit proceed with a sex-trafficking claim against disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein.

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The Spot: Here’s how Colorado’s left is staffing up to defend its own against recalls

Colorado progressives are in the early stages of creating the infrastructure necessary to fight any number of legislative recalls that could pop up this summer.

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Colorado is tapping $14 million from Volkswagen settlement to replace 28 diesel-guzzling buses

Colorado will tap nearly $14 million from its share of a Volkswagen settlement to help six local transit agencies replace 28 diesel buses with electric or cleaner-burning vehicles.

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From “absolutely no collusion” to “unacceptable”: Coloradans in Congress react to Mueller report

President Donald Trump’s most vocal supporter in the Colorado congressional delegation says a long-awaited report released Thursday clears the president of wrongdoing, but Democrats in the delegation called for more transparency and hearings into special counsel Robert Mueller’s report.

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From “absolutely no collusion” to “unacceptable”: Coloradans in Congress react to Mueller report

President Donald Trump’s most vocal supporter in the Colorado congressional delegation says a long-awaited report released Thursday clears the president of wrongdoing, but Democrats in the delegation called for more transparency and hearings into special counsel Robert Mueller’s report.

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READ: Robert Mueller’s report as released to the public

Attorney General William Barr released a redacted version of the Russian Interference report on Thursday.

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READ: Robert Mueller’s report as released to the public

Attorney General William Barr released a redacted version of the Russian Interference report on Thursday.

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Trump’s most frequent contribution to the Mueller probe? ‘I don’t recall.’

President Trump's written answers to Mueller's questions were primarily about what he didn't remember.

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Trump thought presidency was over when told of Mueller's appointment: 'This is the end... I'm f---ed'

President Trump has been celebrating the findings of Robert Mueller’s report, but he wasn’t quite as positive when the special counsel was first appointed.

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President Trump's cooperation with Mueller probe was 'unprecedented': Ken Starr

Contrary to Democrat claims President Trump sought to obstruct the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, he actually cooperated to an unprecedented extent, according to former independent counsel Ken Starr.

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While waiting to travel to their sponsor, asylum seekers Modesto Martin-Diaz and his son Edgar stay overnight with a Phoenix volunteer.         

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