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23 min ago | Christian Science Monitor
Democrats have turned on the "screaming siren" this week as they grow increasingly worried that this year's midterm elections could be a replay of the 2010 Republican sweep.
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4 hrs ago | USA Today
A top aide to President Obama expressed confidence Sunday that Democrats would hold the Senate, even as Republicans continue to slam his health care law.
8 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Americans for Prosperity will launch a new three-week ad attack on Monday against Sen. Mark Udall of Colorado, making him the latest vulnerable Democratic incumbent to be targeted by the group.
13 hrs ago | Lucianne.com
There is growing panic among Democrats in Congress about the 2014 elections, and it is based on numerous factors that give them serious anxiety.
It's safe to say that the single most controversial response by the United States to the 9/11 attacks in 2001 -- except perhaps the invasion of Iraq -- was the CIA's detention and interrogation program, which included waterboarding.
The federal government has never been known as a nimble beast when it comes to reviewing its rules.
Let's thank Colorado Senator Mark Udall, for his recent courage, including public release of March 4 letter to White House on CIA resistance to Senate oversight.
The Koch Brothers and their Tea Party group Americans for Prosperity are coming to a TV screen near year you.
This just out: a new game called "Buck or Gardner" from U.S. Sen. Mark Udall's campaign, which claims that Congressman Cory Gardner's views are "straight out of the Ken Buck playbook."
"This is a pressing problem that needs to be addressed and too often gets pushed to the backburner," the North Carolina Democrat said.
Colorado is getting an additional $199 million from the federal government to help communities devastated by September's historic floods, U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan announced Friday.
Colorado is getting another $199.3 million in disaster recovery funds, with most of that money to be spent on helping communities recover from last September's floods.
President Barack Obama listens during his meeting with Ukraine Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington on March 12, 2014.
The Colorado native, who until now has toed the Obama administration's fuzzy line on Keystone XL, told the Associated Press that the pipeline could benefit U.S. energy security while boosting conservation efforts in Montana, South Dakota and other affected states.
U.S. Northern Command boss Gen. Chuck Jacoby said he's concerned that proposed cuts at Peterson Air Force Base could hurt aerial firefighting efforts.
Sen. Mark Udall , D-Colo., may face increasing headwinds from Obamacare as he tries to fend off a challenge from Rep. Cory Gardner , R-Colo., given that low enrollments in his state are likely to drive up insurance premiums for his constituents, many of whom lost their previous plans because of the health care law.