Trump: 'Football's Become Soft'While the NFL is attempting to remove some of the violence -- particularly head shots -- from the game, one of the leading presidential candidates criticized the league from growing soft.
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.
Dispute Over Prayer Leads To Firing Of Nearly 200 Muslims At Meat PlantThe Cargill meat plant in Fort Morgan has fired approximately 190 Muslim workers as the result of a dispute over prayer while on the job.
Top Colorado News Stories Of 2015From the Planned Parenthood shooting to the Aurora theater shooting trial, here are the stories that dominated the news in Colorado in 2015.
ACLU Board Member Resigns After Urging People To Kill Supporters Of TrumpA board member for the American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado has resigned after urging people to kill supporters of presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Rep. 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.
Colorado Muslim Leaders Concerned About Donald Trump's New PlanColorado Muslim leaders say Donald Trump is making the world more dangerous.
Hillary Clinton In Boulder: Saying 'Illegal Immigrants' Was Poor Word ChoiceHillary Rodham Clinton said Tuesday her use of the term "illegal immigrants" was a "poor choice of words" and she pledged not to use it anymore, responding to criticism from immigration activists.
Poll: Hillary Clinton Trails All 3 Top Republicans In Head-To-Head Matchups In ColoradoA poll by Quinnipiac University shows Hillary Clinton trailing all three of the top Republican candidates in head-to-head matchups in Colorado.
Insurgents vs Mainstream: Debate In Colorado Highlights GOP's 2 TracksJeb Bush and Marco Rubio fought for control of the Republican's establishment wing in Wednesday night's third GOP debate, as insurgent outsiders Donald Trump and Ben Carson defended the seriousness of their White House bids, underscoring the volatile two-track fight for the party's presidential nomination.
AP FACT CHECK: The Republican Debaters & The FactsReality got twisted out of shape on a number of fronts in the fast-paced Republican presidential debate Wednesday night in Colorado.
Frequently Asked Questions About The Republican Presidential Debate In ColoradoWednesday night's Republican presidential debate takes place at 6 p.m. It is the third debate so far featuring the candidates who are vying for the GOP nomination in 2016.