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2 hrs ago | Denver Post
Incumbent Republican Mike Coffman, left, faces Democrat challenger, Andrew Romanoff, in the race to represent the 6th Congressional District.
6 hrs ago | News Observer
Like the warm blanket of a humid day, a malaise has settled on the statehouse as lawmakers, lobbyists, staffers and reporters alike await word on a budget deal – the ticket to the end of the prolonged legislative session.
10 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Maybe we can't reform the whole immigration system, but the startup world just wants this one thing.
14 hrs ago | Denver Post
The League of Conservation Voters is buying ads in Denver to support an Environmental Protection Agency proposal that would require power plants to cut carbon emissions.
Lyons officials broke ground Thursday on a project at the town's wastewater treatment facility that has been under way since 2009.
Fact check: Carbon tax distortions FactCheck.org takes on claims regarding two Democratic senators and their carbon tax support.
Republicans are more enthusiastic than Democrats about the upcoming midterms, but the gap is narrower than in past years that brought wave elections, according to a Pew Research poll released Thursday.
Recent polls have showed Tea Party Congressman Cory Gardner is turning out to be a competitive candidate against Senator Mark Udall .
That's a cynical, and simplistic, view of the impact - or lack thereof - of the conflict in Ukraine on the debate over exporting liquefied natural gas.
CLIMATE WAR EPISODE I: On Tuesday, leading industry groups laid out their grievances in a united front against the Environmental Protection Agency's signature climate rule.
Former U.S. Rep. Marilyn Musgrave has plenty to say about abortion and pro-choice candidates, but little to say about the personhood stance of Rep. Cory Gardner, the Republican who now holds her seat in Congress.
Millions of news cycles ago, Senate seats from Colorado and Iowa were not thought to be in play.
As we head into the next stage of the Great Colorado Fracking Wars, one thing is becoming increasingly clear: Jared Polis has backed himself into a corner - and there may be no way out.
Faced with the potential for two anti-fracking measures on the Colorado ballot this November, Colorado governor John Hickenlooper and state lawmakers have been working for weeks to develop a legislative compromise to avoid putting the issues to a popular vote.
SEPTEMBER 06: U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan speaks during the final day of the Democratic National Convention at Time Warner Cable Arena on September 6, 2012 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Supporters of the Vote NO 67 kicked off the campaign at West Steps of the Colorado State Capitol in Denver, Colorado on Tuesday, July 22. 2014.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 04:55 pm
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