Students and parents are frustrated by delays in hearing about federal financial aid for college
For many students, the excitement of being accepted into their first-choice college is being tempered this year by a troublesome uncertainty over whether they'll get the financial aid they need to attend.
Police: Body of deceased woman, 30 human cremains found at house after ex-funeral home owner evicted
The grisly discovery occurred Feb. 6 during a court-ordered eviction of a Denver house rented by 33-year-old Miles Harford, who owned Apollo Funeral and Cremation Services in the Denver suburb of Littleton.
A chaotic U.S. House is losing three Republican committee chairs to retirement in the span of a week
In a single week, the Republican chairs of three U.S. House committees announced they would not be seeking re-election, raising questions about whether the chaos that has reigned this Congress is driving out some of the GOP's top talent.
Trump asks Supreme Court to put off his election interference trial, claiming immunity
Former President Donald Trump is asking the Supreme Court to extend the delay in his election interference trial and ultimately find him immune from prosecution on charges he plotted to overturn his 2020 election loss.