Battleground Colorado Enters 2016 With Abortion DebatesColorado Republicans could be forgiven for thinking that several years of fiery political contests over abortion and reproductive rights were behind them.
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.
Rep. Mike Coffman Returns After Visiting Troops In AfghanistanRepublican Colorado Congressman Mike Coffman spent his Thanksgiving in Afghanistan with U.S. troops. He was part of a Congressional delegation getting a closer look at the security situation in the region.
Colorado Lawmakers Lead House Of Representatives In Moment Of SilenceColorado representatives led the House of Representatives on Capitol Hill in a moment of silence on Tuesday to honor the victims in the Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs.
DU Students Studying Abroad In Paris During AttacksThe Federal Bureau of Investigation Denver Division told CBS4 there are no credible threats in the U.S. on Friday evening in relation to the deadly attacks in Paris. Some students from Denver were in Paris when the attacks happened.
Final Contract Awarded To Finish Colorado VA Hospital By '18The federal government awarded a final construction contract Friday to complete an over-budget veterans medical center outside Denver by January 2018.
Democrat Carroll Nets $377,000 In Bid To Unseat Rep. CoffmanDemocrat Morgan Carroll says she raised $377,000 in her first three months as a candidate in a suburban Denver congressional district.
Congress Moving Toward Deal To Finish VA HospitalThe U.S. House could wrap up an agreement by Wednesday soon to allow the VA to spend another $625 million to finish an over-budget hospital in Aurora.
Mike Coffman's Democratic Challenger Morgan Carroll Touts Governor's BackingColorado's Democratic governor has endorsed the Democratic challenger in the state's most competitive congressional race.
Pressure Increases On VA To Let Others Handle ConstructionNew criticism of the VA's troubled hospital construction program turned up the pressure in Congress on Friday for the agency to turn over future big projects to the Army Corps of Engineers.
Congress Could Take Bite Out Of School Nutrition RegulationsThere is some concern among school officials in Colorado about the future of school nutrition if Congress continues to change the current program.
49 Immigrants Take Oath Of Allegiance At History Colorado CenterForty-nine immigrants from 27 countries are now U.S. citizens after they took the Oath of Allegiance Wednesday afternoon at the History Colorado Center in Denver.