Sen. Bennet Calls For EPA Chief's ResignationSen. Michael Bennet is calling for the resignation of the head of the Environmental Protection Agency.
Banking Bill Advances In Senate, Highlights Democratic DivideMajor banking reform legislation that sharply divides Democrats advanced Tuesday in the Senate.
Colorado Senators Team Up To Solve Broken Immigration PolicyColorado's senators have teamed up to help solve the country's broken immigration policy.
Dreamers, Supporters March Downtown In Push For Path To CitizenshipA small group of dreamers and supporters marched from Civic Center Park to Sen. Michael Bennet's office on Wednesday.
Colorado Senators Tour Outdoor Retail ShowThe political battle over national monuments helped Colorado land the "Super Bowl" of winter sports shows.
Bennet, Gardner Vote To End Government Shutdown With Deadlines To MeetAs the government reopens, immigration activists in Colorado and across the country are blasting Democrats for what they see as a sellout.
Senate Leaders Agree On Plan To Reopen GovernmentSenate leaders reached an agreement Monday morning to reopen the government.
How Will The Government Shutdown Affect Colorado?Unlike previous government shutdowns, most of the country's national parks and monuments are expected to stay open. So will the VA and the post office staying operational.
State Lawmakers Send Message To U.S. Congress About DreamersWith the federal government on course for another shutdown, lawmakers in Colorado sent Washington a message.
Gardner: 'Washington Bozos' Would Be To Blame For Government ShutdownSen. Cory Gardner spoke on CBS This Morning Friday about the looming possibility of a government shutdown with a message that there's still time to avoid it.
Colorado Senators Cross Party Lines For Potential DACA SolutionSenators Cory Gardner and Michael Bennet worked with four other lawmakers on a bill that gives "dreamers" a pathway to citizenship.
Colorado Senators React To DACA Negotiations StallPresident Trump tweeted on Sunday that a deal on DACA, the program that protects undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. as children, was "probably dead."