Trump Picks Colorado Judge As Nominee For U.S. Supreme CourtOn Tuesday evening President Donald Trump announced that Neil Gorsuch, 49, is his pick to be the next Supreme Court justice to replace Justice Antonin Scalia, who died nearly a year ago.
Colorado Proving To Be Key In Presidential ElectionRepublican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence and Hillary Clinton's daughter Chelsea have been in Colorado rallying voters. Former President Bill Clinton is also campaigning in Colorado.
Colorado Sports Icons Could Have Some Pull With 'Indifferent Voters'More sports figures are also getting involved in the political season, including two Colorado sports icons -- former Broncos quarterback John Elway, and former University of Colorado and NBA star Chauncey Billups.
CBS4 Analyst: Trump Has Opportunity To Capitalize In Monday's DebateOne hundred million people -- that’s a Super Bowl size crowd -- are expected to watch the debate and 17 percent of people in an ABC/Washington Post poll say it could change their vote.
Bennet Declines Debate With Challenger GlennDemocratic U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet has declined to debate Republican challenger Darryl Glenn in a CBS4, KOA News Radio, Colorado Public Television 12 debate.
Clinton, Pence Overlap In Colorado Visits Hoping To Gain VotersBoth the Republicans and the Democrats are hoping to build support in Colorado on Wednesday.
Colorado 'Still In Play,' State Campaign Director Says Trump Will Visit OftenPresidential nominee Donald Trump has made many appearances in Ohio so far at the Republic National Convention, but the same can't be said about Colorado.
Colorado Delegates Opt Not To Disrupt RNC But Still Get BooedDelegates voted to officially make Donald Trump the Republican nominee for president on Tuesday and a lot of attention was on the delegation from Colorado.
Differing Views Emerge Over Colorado Delegate Rebellion At RNCTwo Coloradans were tapped for prominent speaking roles – they took the stage and called for unity. While on the floor, some Colorado delegates led a rebellion.
Colorado Political Analysts Split On Hillary Clinton Email DecisionThe news that the U.S. Justice Department will not pursue charges in the presumptive Democratic nominee for president Hillary Clinton's email investigation has garnered mixed reaction from political analysts in Colorado.
Republican Ads Feature Colorado Man, Aim To Show More Diversity In The PartyThe Republican National Committee is rolling out a quarter million dollar ad buy during next week's presidential debate that features a man from Pueblo.
Gardner On Trump: 'Buffoon,' Other Colorado Republicans Weigh InRepublican leaders in Colorado are reacting to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's call to block Muslims from entering the United States, with mixed results.