One young aspiring chef from Colorado made quite an impression on First Lady Michelle Obama when he attended the “Kids’ State Dinner” at the White House on Tuesday.
President Barack Obama has reinforced his commitment to help Colorado as it battles the most destructive wildfire in state history.
Two Western members of the Senate Intelligence Committee don’t believe that the federal government’s telephone surveillance has stopped terrorist attacks.
Colorado is one of North Korea’s targets, according to a propaganda video released Friday.
Colorado Democrat Mark Udall is praising the White House decision to let committee members see secret legal opinions that justify the use of lethal drone strikes against terror suspects.
Fort Carson says about 3,000 civilians employed by the Army post could potentially face unpaid furloughs, if automatic government spending cuts kick in March 1.
The Democratic senators in a bipartisan group negotiating an immigration overhaul bill are planning to update President Barack Obama on their progress Wednesday at the White House.
The White House enlisted help from law enforcement leaders, including Aurora’s police chief, in an effort to pass new gun legislation.
Kevin Sabet, a former White House drug policy adviser and an outspoken opponent of legalizing marijuana, watched with dismay last fall as voters in Washington and Colorado did just that.
Former Gov. Bill Ritter through a spokesman says that he has not received a call from the White House about a possible cabinet post.