At Each Other From The Start: Clinton, Trump DebateHillary Clinton and Donald Trump tangled Monday night over trade, taxes and how to bring good-paying jobs back to the United States as they opened their first face-to-face presidential debate.
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.
Hillary Clinton Appears On 'Between Two Ferns'Hillary Clinton is taking tough questions on power ties, pant suits and the Scott Baio vote on the online comedy program "Between Two Ferns."
Trump In Colorado Springs, Responds To New York City ExplosionDonald Trump appeared to pre-empt New York City officials when he declared Saturday evening that a "bomb went off" in New York City before officials had released details.
Hickenlooper Takes Jab At Trump Prior To Candidate's Colorado RallyColorado's governor isn't exactly welcoming Donald Trump to Colorado for the candidate's weekend campaign stop.
Democrats Regain Edge In Colorado But Challenges In The West RemainRepublicans have gained ground on Democrats in registering voters in three battleground states and kept their razor-thin advantage in Iowa — encouraging news for Donald Trump eight weeks before Election Day.
Hillary Clinton's Case Of Pneumonia: What It Is, And What It MeansDemocratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has pneumonia. What does that mean for her, and for her campaign?
Actor Don Cheadle Returns To Hometown Denver To Stump For Hillary ClintonActor Don Cheadle was in is hometown of Denver on Tuesday campaigning for Hillary Clinton.
Aggressive Campaign Targets Latino Millennial VotersFrom door-to-door canvassing to social media messaging, this election has given rise to maybe the most aggressive campaign ever in Colorado to target Latino voters.
Back Us So We Can Block Clinton Agenda, Say Some RepublicansIt's just a trickle now, but some Republicans are urging people to back GOP congressional candidates because they'd constrain Hillary Clinton's agenda should she be elected president this November. That includes a Colorado Republican congressman.
Lifelong Republican Campaigns In Colorado For ClintonA lifelong Republican, Hewlett Packard CEO Meg Whitman, says she's "all in" for democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Trump Plans Major Ad Buy In Battleground States, Including ColoradoDonald Trump's campaign is making its biggest ad buy to date, with plans to spend upward of $10 million on commercials airing over the next week or so.

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