One year after record-setting floods devastated Colorado, the disaster has taken center stage in the state’s contentious U.S. Senate race.
The recent entrance of Bob Beauprez makes for a total of seven Colorado Republicans now vying for the nomination for governor.
A national Tea Party organization is endorsing Owen Hill in the crowded Republican primary to challenge Democratic Sen. Mark Udall.
Ken Buck is watching what he says. The Republican prosecutor became a symbol for his party’s political overreach in 2010, when he beat the establishment pick in a U.S. Senate primary, only to lose to Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet.
Two very different outcomes for Republicans in races in Virginia and New Jersey may set up a battle for the soul of the Republican Party right here in Colorado.
There had been talk the U.S. House of Representatives could vote Tuesday night on a new bill that would reopen the government and keep the country from falling over the fiscal cliff, but it all collapsed again.
Ken Buck announced his 2014 U.S. Senate run this week, but the real question is how will his second run be different than his first?
Tea party activists rallied outside the Internal Revenue Service office in Denver on Tuesday to protest IRS scrutiny of conservative groups.
Rep. Cory Gardner is demanded to know which Colorado political groups were targeted by the Internal Revenue Service hours after President Obama fired the acting chief of the IRS in the midst of a scandal.
The IRS scandal may mean trouble for IRS officials within the Obama Administration, but it means a whole new life of relevance for the Tea Party movement.