Colorado Representatives Ken Buck And Joe Neguse Debate Impeachment ArticlesRepublican Ken Buck and Democrat Joe Neguse are on the House Judiciary Committee and spoke during the impeachment proceedings on Thursday.
Colorado's Ken Buck Among Republicans Objecting During Trump's Impeachment HearingThe House Judiciary Committee held its second impeachment hearing Monday and it was marked with repeated objections from Republicans, including Colorado's Ken Buck.
Metro State University Denver Students Watch History In The Making With Impeachment HearingsAcross the country, Americans watched the first public hearing in the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump. Joining them, students in Dr. Rob Preuhs' political science class at Metro State University in Denver.
Two Colorado Congressmen Will Play Key Role In Impeachment InquiryCongressman Joe Neguse, a Democrat, and Congressman Ken Buck, a Republican, sit on the Judiciary Committee.
Colorado Representatives Cast Votes Along Party Lines As Impeachment Inquiry Moves ForwardThe U.S. House of Representatives is moving forward with the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.
'We Are Very Welcoming': Colorado Gov. Polis Responds To Trump's Wall CommentGov. Jared Polis responds to President Donald Trump's "We're building a wall in Colorado" comment.
President Trump: 'We're Building A Wall In Colorado'President Donald Trump said, "We're building a wall in Colorado" when talking about border wall progress on Wednesday afternoon.
Shield Act Bill, Backed By Jason Crow, Heads To SenateA Colorado congressman is leading an effort to secure elections from foreign interference.
'Error In Judgement:' Agency Apologizes For Editing 'Trump 2020' From Boy's PhotoThe Missouri Department of Transportation Northeast District has apologized for editing a photo of a boy who wore a "Trump 2020" shirt and hat to a bridge detonation.
Donald Trump Jr. Attends CSU EventDonald Trump Jr. appeared in Fort Collins on Tuesday evening.
Juul To Stop Selling Fruity Flavored E-Cigarettes In AmericaOnly tobacco, mint and menthol flavors will remain for sale in the United States.