In Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s meetings in Russia, the country’s foreign minister warned the U.S. not to strike Syria again. Tillerson also demanded that Russia end its support to Syria.
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IN LOCAL NEWS:
Denver appears to be ready to settle a lawsuit with the family of Jessica Hernandez, who was shot by police. The settlement is reported to be $1 million.
Gov. John Hickenlooper said the Trump administration told him not to get “too agitated” over the budget.
Greeley residents are suing the COGCC claiming unfair treatment in its decision to allow drilling near a primarily Latino school.
According to proponents of a bill intended to open up CORA, the University of Colorado is trying to make records more difficult to obtain.
Chief Justice Nancy Rice appointed a new director to the Office of Dispute Resolution.
IN NATIONAL NEWS:
The passenger who was dragged off a United Airlines flight lawyered up.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is placing a high priority on prosecuting criminal immigration cases.
A group of Chinese political activists filed a lawsuit against Yahoo!, claiming the company failed to manage a fund it created to stand up to the country’s government.
Those close to Justice Anthony Kennedy say he’s likely to retire in the next few years.
Multistate bar exam scores reached the lowest average score in history.
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