House Speaker Paul Ryan Says He's Not Leaving Congress SoonSpeaker Ryan squelched rumors that he will walk away in triumph after the Republicans' treasured tax bill is approved.
Colorado Congressional Leaders Cast Vote In House Tax Reform BillThe House of Representatives approved a nearly $1.5 trillion Republican tax overhaul package on Thursday.
Sen. Bennet Co-Sponsors Bill To Ban 'Bump Stocks'Sen. Michael Bennet, Colorado’s Democrat senator, is co-sponsoring a bill to ban a device that helped the Las Vegas killer make semi-automatic guns shoot like machine guns.
Paul Ryan Tweets 'White Supremacy Is Repulsive'House Speaker Paul Ryan is the first Republican leader to comment on President Donald Trump's remarks Tuesday, declaring in a tweet that "white supremacy is repulsive."
Colorado Lawmakers Move To Stabilize Health Insurance MarketLawmakers on both sides of the aisle continue their work on health care.
Protests To Health Care Changes Target Colorado Congressional MembersSupporters of the Affordable Care Act protested outside the office of Republican Sen. Cory Gardner Thursday with balloons and signs on the seven-year anniversary of Obamacare becoming law-- the same day Republicans were unable to repeal the landmark health care legislation.
Think Romo To The Broncos Isn't Happening?Broncos General Manager John Elway was photographed recently with Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo.
Ryan: GOP To 'Defund' Planned Parenthood In Obamacare RepealHouse Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday that Republicans would slash federal dollars for Planned Parenthood as part of the GOP effort to repeal the health care law.
House Re-Elects Paul Ryan As SpeakerHouse re-elects Republican Paul Ryan as speaker, will lead hefty GOP majority.
Ryan Tells GOP Lawmakers He Won't Defend TrumpSpeaker Paul Ryan is telling congressional Republicans that he won't defend Donald Trump now or in the future and will spend the next month defending his party's House majority.
Gardner Calls For Trump To Step Aside, Won't Vote For HimStrong reaction has surfaced in regards to the audio tape of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump heard making lewd comments about women.
Coffman: 'Trump Should Step Aside'Republican Rep. Mike Coffman has broken from his party's ranks and has said that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump should "step aside."