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.
Trump's Aggressive Play For Blue Collar Voters A Big Topic At DNCThe presence of organized labor at the Democratic National Convention is pervasive this week. A big question is whether unions will back Democrats in Campsign 2016.
Colorado Political Analysts Split On Hillary Clinton Email DecisionThe news that the U.S. Justice Department will not pursue charges in the presumptive Democratic nominee for president Hillary Clinton's email investigation has garnered mixed reaction from political analysts in Colorado.
Hillary Clinton Stumping In Denver Shows How Important Colorado Could Be In 2016Hillary Clinton will be campaigning in Denver Tuesday evening, giving an indication of Colorado's importance in 2016.
GOP Ground Game Could Turn Control Of Colorado SenateIt's clear that voters nationwide are scratching a six-year itch midway through President Barack Obama's second term, and that's played a massive role in the senate and governor races in Colorado.
Sen. Udall Questioned Over TV Debate StrategyFor the first time in CBS4 history an incumbent U.S. senator has declined to debate his opponent live on air. In fact, Sen. Mark Udall isn't doing a debate on any of the four major network television stations in Denver.
Some Think Colorado Democrats Are Ducking President ObamaPresident Barack Obama landed in Denver Tuesday evening and will be staying the night in Colorado. He will then attend two events on Wednesday starting with a talk about the economy at Denver's Cheesman Park.
Hickenlooper's Gun Control Comments Bringing Fallout From Both PartiesBoth Democrats and Republics are now reacting to Gov. John Hickenlooper's comments about the state's tougher new gun laws.
Denver Water, Grand County & Summit County Sign Colorado River DealColorado's largest water utility and two western counties are ratifying a deal aimed at balancing the Denver-area's demand for water with the needs of mountain communities.