Colorado Senators Team Up To Solve Broken Immigration PolicyColorado's senators have teamed up to help solve the country's broken immigration policy.
90,000+ Coloradans Could Lose Health Insurance If Congress Doesn't ActMore than 90,000 Coloradans could lose insurance if Congress does not approve government funding by Friday.
Trump Incorrectly Claims He's 'Signed More Legislation Than Anybody'President Trump has signed 96 bills into law so far -- the fewest of any first-term president stretching back to Dwight D. Eisenhower.
House Speaker Paul Ryan Says He's Not Leaving Congress SoonSpeaker Ryan squelched rumors that he will walk away in triumph after the Republicans' treasured tax bill is approved.
Sen. Franken Resigns Amid Allegations Of Sexual MisconductOnce a rising star in the Democratic Party, Franken made the announcement in a speech Thursday on the Senate floor.
Colorado Congressional Leaders Cast Vote In House Tax Reform BillThe House of Representatives approved a nearly $1.5 trillion Republican tax overhaul package on Thursday.
Children's Health Insurance In Jeopardy If Congress Doesn't Reauthorize The BillTens of thousands of Colorado families will begin getting notices just before Christmas that their children's health insurance has been cancelled.
Facebook To Release Russia Ads, Beef Up Election 'Integrity'Bowing to pressure from lawmakers and the public, Facebook said it will provide the contents of 3,000 ads bought by a Russian agency to congressional investigators.
'Make Sure Medicaid Is Sustainable': Sen. Gardner On Health Care BillSen. Cory Gardner is talking about some of the details in the revised version of the GOP health care bill.
GOP Governors To Party's Senators: Do No Harm To Health CareThe pressure is on Republican senators to fulfill a seven-year-old promise to scrap much of Democrat Barack Obama's health care law. But back home, Republican governors who have experienced some of the upside of the law are warning their GOP senators to first, do no harm.
Rep. Ken Buck: 'We're Behind In Getting Things Done'With the prospect of returning home to angry constituents, some of the most conservative voices in Congress are proposing staying in Washington to work on their stalled agenda.
Rep. Buck Wants Congress To Cancel Break, Keep WorkingRep. Ken Buck, a Republican representing Colorado, is urging congressional leaders to cancel their August break so they can finish important business on Capitol Hill.