Sen. Rand Paul Recovering From 5 Broken RibsU.S. Sen. Rand Paul was recovering Sunday from five broken ribs after he was assaulted by a neighbor who tackled him from behind at the senator's Kentucky home, officials said.
Colorado's Congressional Delegation Differs On Attack In SyriaColorado's congressional delegation had mixed reaction to the airstrike in Syria.
Trump Takes Up Health Care With Rand Paul, On Golf CoursePresident Donald Trump brought Sen. Rand Paul to his Virginia golf course on Sunday, planning to discuss health care with the outspoken critic of the failed plan to repeal and replace so-called Obamacare.
AP FACT CHECK: The Republican Debaters & The FactsReality got twisted out of shape on a number of fronts in the fast-paced Republican presidential debate Wednesday night in Colorado.
Rep. Polis Suggests Boulder Must-Dos For Each Visiting RepublicanSo, just what landmarks should the candidates be checking out while in town? Jared Pollis, Democratic Congressman of Boulder, put together a list of suggestions for each of the Republicans.
Rand Paul Holds Denver Rally Ahead Of GOP DebateKentucky Sen. Rand Paul is arriving early for the Republican presidential debate in Boulder.
Latino Leaders Plan Protests Outside Of GOP Debate In BoulderThousands of leaders in the Latino community have planned a protest on the University of Colorado campus in Boulder to coincide with next week's Republican presidential debate there.
Rand Paul To Hold Rally In Denver Before GOP DebateSen. Rand Paul will campaign in Denver in advance of the Republican presidential debate in Boulder.
Republican Presidential Debate At CU Will Likely Have A Smaller PoolThe University of Colorado in Boulder is getting ready for next month's Republican presidential debate and there will most likely be a smaller pool of candidates on stage at the Coors Event Center.
The Republican Debate And Vaccines: False And MisleadingDuring Wednesday's Republican presidential debate, a medical topic was thrown into a mix of foreign affairs, immigration and financial policy. That topic was autism and vaccines. It should have been an educated and well-informed discussion, but according to CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida, experts say the candidates who offered an opinion on the subject had incorrect and misleading views.
The Anti-Pot Taboo Shrinks In Presidential PoliticsPresidential candidates are talking about marijuana in ways unimaginable not long ago.
Pot Business Leaders Shell Out $2,700 For A Seat To Support Rand Paul In DenverIt's a first for the marijuana industry in Colorado -- the first major-party presidential candidate is seeking support from people in the weed business.