School Settles With States By Forgiving Nearly Half Billion Dollars In Student DebtThe deal with Career Education Corporation will resolve allegations that it lied about job placement rates and misled potential students to get them to enroll. State attorneys general began investigating the company in 2014 following complaints from students and a damning report by the U.S. Senate.
Lawmakers Propose Term Limits On Members Of CongressA proposed Constitutional amendment would impose term limits on members of both houses of Congress.
Partial Government Shutdown Likely To Continue Until After ChristmasThe Senate adjourned for the day Saturday afternoon without coming to an agreement on a spending deal that would end a partial government shutdown -- likely assuring the federal closures will continue until after Christmas.
Long, Bitter Fight Leads To All But Sure Kavanaugh ConfirmationRepublicans control the Senate by a meager 51-49 margin. Support from Collins and Manchin would give Kavanaugh at least 51 votes.
Chelsea Manning Confirms US Senate RunChelsea Manning on Sunday confirmed via Twitter that she is a candidate for U.S. Senate.
Sen. Orrin Hatch To Retire, Clearing Way For Mitt Romney"Every good fighter knows when to hang up the gloves," Sen. Hatch said in a video statement.
Sen. Gardner Moves Office To A Federal CourthouseProtesters are comparing Republican Sen. Cory Gardner to the Baltimore Colts for relocating his field office from the Chase Building in downtown Denver to a federal courthouse before announcing the move to voters.
Gardner Fields Angry Calls About Health Care In Another Tele-Town HallComplaints and criticism echoed across the telephone lines on Wednesday night as Sen. Cory Gardner held another telephone-only town hall.
Democrats Oppose Gorsuch, Say He Rules Against WorkersThree additional Democrats said Friday that they will vote against Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch and will support a filibuster against him.
Top Senate Democrat Opposes Gorsuch For Supreme Court, Vows FilibusterThe top Senate Democrat said Thursday he will oppose President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, a Colorado native, and lead a filibuster of the choice.
Glenn Releases Statement, Formally Concedes In Senate RaceRepublican U.S. Senate challenger Darryl Glenn has formally conceded to incumbent Democrat Michael Bennet.
Changing Demographics Worked In Bennet's FavorColorado Democratic U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet won re-election Tuesday, defeating a dogged Republican challenger in Darryl Glenn, who was vastly out funded and struggled to make his bedrock conservatism appealing to centrist voters.
Bennet Declares Victory Over Glenn In Colorado U.S. Senate RaceIncumbent Sen. Michael Bennet declared victory over Republican challenger Darryl Glenn on Tuesday night despite Glenn maintaining that he would not concede the race until all the votes were counted.
Sen. Michael Bennet Touts His Bipartisan ReputationIn today's a hyper-partisan world, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colorado, has managed to rankle both sides of the aisle.
Candidates Square Off In Debate For Colorado U.S. Senate RaceThree candidates for Colorado's U.S. Senate race debated for the first time Saturday in Grand Junction.