VA Problems Mount As Missteps ContinueThe Department of Veterans Affairs faces a serious numbers problem — multiple in fact.
VA Averts Construction Shutdown At Troubled Aurora HospitalLawmakers have reached a deal to keep construction underway on a troubled Veterans Administration hospital in Aurora.
Rep. Coffman 'Greatly Disappointed' In Boehner For Allowing Work Stoppage At VA HospitalThe deadline for funding to keep the construction of the new VA hospital being built in Aurora going is fast approaching.
The Boehner Non-Rebellion A Non-Problem For GOPThe short lived and ineffective rebellion of 25 conservative Republican Congressmen during the re-election of Speaker of the House John Boehner made headlines but not much else difference in the big scheme of things.
Denver Immigrants, Activists Hail Obama's AddressAbout 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.
Embattled VA Secretary Refuses To Resign Over Fort Collins Falsifying FlapVeterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki Thursday brushed aside calls for his resignation and got an unexpected political lifeline from House Speaker John Boehner following reports that 40 patients died because of delayed treatment at an agency hospital.
Colorado Group Demands Unemployment Benefits ExtensionSome Coloradans are demanding Congress extend long-term unemployment benefits.
Social Security In 1935: How Today's Health Law Should EvolveImagine how social security was first administered. Now imagine how the Affordable Care Act could look in 75 years.
Rep. Cory Gardner Was Confident, But House Bill Collapses AgainThere had been talk the U.S. House of Representatives could vote Tuesday night on a new bill that would reopen the government and keep the country from falling over the fiscal cliff, but it all collapsed again.
Immigration Activists Target Colorado Republican LawmakersImmigration activists are targeting four Colorado congressmen home for the Fourth of July recess.
Spending Cuts Will Hit Colorado HardWashington is trying to reach a deal before billions of dollars in spending cuts take effect. Even though the cuts are official, many of them won't start to kick in until April. The cuts will hit every federal agency and will impact Colorado.
Opinion: Sore LosersMembers of the House of Representatives bolted town on Thursday after rejecting a plan advanced by House Speaker John Boehner.