U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette was in Cuba the day before President Obama made this week’s big announcement.
Calling their reaction “delighted surprise,” one Boulder organization with ties to Cuba heartily welcomed the president’s decision to normalize relations with the Communist island nation.
A Nigerian activist heavily involved in the effort to free schoolgirls kidnapped in her home country says the world is unfortunately forgetting about their plight while hundreds of girls are still held.
Colorado’s next Senator, Rep. Cory Gardner, voted Thursday with most House Republicans to repeal President Obama’s order allowing more than 4 million immigrants in the country illegally to stay, triggering accusations that his pledge to help immigrant communities during his campaign this year was hollow.
Denver police are already pursuing body-camera technology, as President Obama pledges a quarter-billion dollars for the technology across the nation.
Republicans in search of a way to oppose President Barack Obama’s moves on immigration without alienating the nation’s fast-growing population of Hispanic voters can find a playbook in Colorado.
Life suddenly changed Thursday night for Trinidad Poot Medina and his family. The emergence from the shadows is not just a cliché.
The political fight over President Barack Obama’s immigration plan is playing out in Colorado, too, where Gov. John Hickenlooper called it “very controversial.”
Colorado Democrat Rep. Jared Polis is applauding President Obama’s action on immigration reform calling it “great news for our country.”
About 64,000 illegal immigrants living in Colorado will be affected by President Barack Obama’s controversial plan that will dramatically alter the nation’s immigration system.