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Chris Carrington Reflects on 2008 Financial Crisis

On the 10th anniversary of the 2008 Financial Crisis, The Denver Post sat down with Chris Carrington to discuss the conversations he’s had with those who helped cause it, and why he believes another meltdown is on the way. You can read Chris’s interview...

Colorado Artist Sues Miley Cyrus Over Air Jordan Song

Nike’s Air Jordan basketball shoes are causing a legal mess for celebrity, Miley Cyrus and Colorado artist Yella the Triple Threat. Colorado-based artist Ariella Asher, with the stage name Yella the Triple Threat, sued Miley Cyrus in federal court Wednesday for...

Sweet Leaf Marijuana Stores Fight to Stay Alive

Sweet Leaf was once one of Colorado’s largest marijuana dispensary chains. Now, however, it’s under criminal investigation, and at risk of losing a major portion, if not all, of its business. In December of 2017, officers from the Denver Police Department, as well as...

Richards Gets All Charges Dismissed in Refugio Oil Spill Case

The lawsuit stemming from the 2015 Refugio Oil Spill, in which 144,000 gallons of oil were spilled along the Gaviota Coast in California, is ongoing. However, one of the original defendants in the case is no longer a part of the proceedings... Read about the case...

Are FBI Agents Allowed to Bring Their Guns on the Dance Floor?

An off-duty FBI agent in Denver Colorado appears to have shot someone while dancing at a Denver distillery last weekend. Video footage shows the agent’s gun falling from his rear waistband while dancing; as he picks up the weapon, it appears to discharge. A fellow...

Seizures, Regulatory Scrutiny Follow Cryptocurrency Hype

  State and federal authorities are picking up the pace of investigations into cryptocurrency markets, digital investment promotions and so-called initial coin offerings (ICOs) after being caught unprepared by the rapid adoption of cryptocurrency and blockchain...

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