DeGette Hopes Biomedical Research Bill Passes SenateThe U.S. House of Representatives has already passed a landmark bill to modernize America's biomedical research system. Now, Colorado Congresswoman Diana DeGette hopes the bill passes the Senate next week.
Post-Election Fears Trigger 'Safe Zones' In BoulderPost-election fears have triggered the creation of "safe zones" at dozens of buildings throughout Boulder County.
Democratic Anti-Trump Electors Raising Money Off The EffortDemocratic members of the electoral college trying to stop Donald Trump from becoming president are raising money off their efforts.
Could Colorado's Legal Pot Help Solve Homeless Epidemic?Gov. John Hickenlooper was a vocal opponent of recreational marijuana when it was on the ballot. Now it may be the silver bullet to solving the issue that launched him into politics.
Holiday Travel Causes Some Stress, But Dinner Conversation May Bring MoreFor some Americans this Thanksgiving, political conversation at the dinner table may be even scarier than having to deal with traveling for the holiday.
Reference To Slavery Will Remain In Colorado ConstitutionA reference to slavery will remain in Colorado's constitution.
Colorado Congresswoman Pushes For $6 Billion Bill To Help Find CuresA Colorado congresswoman is pushing for the passage of a bill on Capitol Hill that would help find cures for diseases.
Former Colorado U.S. Rep. Bob Beauprez Considered By TrumpOne of President-elect Donald Trump's appointments could elevate a former Republican congressman from Colorado.
Looking A Lot Like The Holidays At The Governor's MansionWith sparkling lights and bows of pine, it's beginning to look a lot more like the holidays at the Colorado Governor's Mansion.
Colorado Lawmaker Takes Big Interest In Dakota Access Pipeline ControversyOfficers are defending their decision to use water hoses on protesters at the Dakota Access Pipeline.
'Possibly The Worst': Howard Dean Calls Out DIAFormer Vermont Gov. Howard Dean was one of the United Airlines passengers delayed at Denver International Airport on Thursday.
Neighbors Sue State, Saying Oil-Gas Rules Weren't EnforcedResidents of a Greeley neighborhood sued the state of Colorado Friday, saying oil and gas regulators did not do enough to protect them from the disruption and danger of a big energy facility planned near their homes.

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