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  1. Sen. Warren silenced in Senate while reading letter from widow of Martin Luther King, Jr.Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2017 | KFOR-TV Oklahoma City

    JANUARY 17: Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee member Sen. Elizabeth Warren listens to testimony from Betsy DeVos, President-elect Donald Trump's pick to be the next Secretary of Education, during her confirmation hearing in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill January 17, 2017 in Washington, DC. DeVos is known for her advocacy of school choice and education voucher programs and is a long-time leader of the Republican Party in Michigan.

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  2. As ski season gets shorter, resorts build summer attractionsRead the original story

    Jan 9, 2017 | Grist Magazine

    This story was originally published by High Country News and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. At Eagles' Nest in Colorado, atop a ridge above the town of Vail, visitors swooped down the mountain last summer on a brand-new alpine coaster, whose track loops like a loose ball of yarn through the conifer forests.

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  3. Ski areas add warm-weather optionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 9, 2017 | High Country News

    At Eagles' Nest in Colorado, atop a ridge above the town of Vail, visitors swooped down the mountain last summer on a brand-new alpine coaster, whose track loops like a loose ball of yarn through the conifer forests. And there were other attractions for the fun-seekers: a bungee trampoline, disc golf, climbing wall, ropes courses and zipline tours.

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  4. Antiquities Act is a "land grab" for all the right reasonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 29, 2016 | Denver Post

    This May 23, 2016, file photo shows Lockhart Basin, south of the Colorado River, within the boundary of the Bears Ears region in southeastern Utah. President Barack Obama designated two national monuments Wednesday at sites in Utah and Nevada that have become key flashpoints over use of public land in the U.S. West.

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  5. Sen. Gardner calls for cybersecurity committeeRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2016 | TheDenverChannel

    NOVEMBER 4: U.S. Senator-elect Cory Gardner speaks with friends and family behind him after being declared the winner in the race at the Colorado Republican party's election night event at the Denver Tech Center Hyatt on November 4, 2014. Gardner defeated incumbent U.S. Sen. Mark Udall .

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  6. Senate Democrat Urges Obama To Ensure The CIA Torture Report Won't DisappearRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 1, 2016 | Switched

    The CIA torture report, an "exhaustive history with hundreds of footnotes," should "at a minimum" be protected by becoming federal record, said Sen. Ron Wyden . President-elect Donald Trump promised during his campaign to "bring back a hell of a lot worse than waterboarding."

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  7. Losing Pueblo seen as a wake-up call for Colorado Democrats | Colorado Springs Gazette, NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 26, 2016 | The Gazette

    Donald Trump supporters wait for the doors open at the Pueblo Convention Center in Pueblo, Colorado, October 3, 2016 in preparation for Trump's visit. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette On a cold, damp afternoon this past week, Angela Giron rocked an empty white tea mug on her dining room table and came to grips with Election Day.

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  8. The Senate Campaign Chairmen, At a GlanceRead the original story

    Nov 22, 2016 | National Journal

    The selections of Republican Sen. Cory Gardner of Colorado and Democratic Sen.-elect Chris Van Hollen of Maryland to chair the Senate campaign committees means two skilled strategists will head up fundraising and recruitment in the unpredictable new year under a new president. Early in his career, Gardner, 42, was a communications director for the National Corn Growers Association and served as a legislative director and general counsel for Sen. Wayne Allard .

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  9. Still time for President Obama to save Bears EarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 19, 2016 | Denver Post

    U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell looks from Dead Horse Point during a tour Thursday, July 14, 2016, near Moab, Utah. Jewell visited the area to meet with proponents and opponents the latest indication the Obama administration is giving serious consideration to the "Bears Ears" monument proposal.

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  10. Top Gardner Aide to Become New NRSC DirectorRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 18, 2016 | Roll Call

    Sen. Cory Gardner of Colorado has worked closely with Chris Hansen, the new National Republican Senatorial Committee's new executive director.N Chris Hansen will become the National Republican Senatorial Committee's new executive director, installing the 34-year-old Republican operative as a key player for the Senate GOP as it tries to expand its 52-member majority in 2018. Hansen's move to the group has been rumored for weeks, ever since Sen. Cory Gardner of Colorado became the odds-on favorite to be the NRSC's chairman.

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  11. Wyden Statement on Director Clapper's ResignationRead the original story

    Nov 17, 2016 | The Common Ills

    ... false.' These statements deceived the American public in order to conceal mass surveillance, and when Senator Mark Udall and I tried to get the NSA Director to correct the record, he declined to do so. After the NSA Director declined to correct ...

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  12. In wake of Clinton's loss, media says the system is rigged after allRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 16, 2016 | Washington Examiner

    On Nov. 14, 2014, days after four incumbent Democratic senators lost their seats to Republican challengers, former MSNBC host Toure Neblett opined that gerrymandering had unfairly tipped the scales in the GOP's favor. "We see red state Democrats who are dealing with the challenge of living and governing in a gerrymandered world where sometimes they have to deal with what the folks on the right - very low support from the Republican side for this - what the folks on the right want," he said.

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  13. In wake of Clinton loss, media blame the rulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 16, 2016 | Washington Examiner

    On Nov. 14, 2014, days after four incumbent Democratic senators lost their seats to Republican challengers, former MSNBC host Toure Neblett opined that gerrymandering had unfairly tipped the scales in the GOP's favor. "We see red state Democrats who are dealing with the challenge of living and governing in a gerrymandered world where sometimes they have to deal with what the folks on the right - very low support from the Republican side for this - what the folks on the right want," he said.

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  14. How Colorado Republicans can win in 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 12, 2016 | Denver Post

    Colorado reasserted its purple status despite wins by Democrats Hillary Clinton and Sen. Michael Bennet. Republicans maintained their 18-17 state Senate majority while two strong incumbent Republican Congressmen, Mike Coffman and Scott Tipton, fended off furious challenges.

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  15. With Donald Trump in the White House, will Colorado be in the doghouse?Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 9, 2016 | Denver Post

    Donald Trump ran against the political establishment en route to victory on Tuesday, and that same power structure - at least in Colorado - could have trouble making inroads with the next White House. Clinton had tapped Ken Salazar, a former Colorado senator and U.S. Interior Secretary, to serve as her White House transition chief , and both Gov. John Hickenlooper and former U.S. Sen. Mark Udall were mentioned as possible Cabinet picks - rewards for supporting Clinton's campaign.

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  16. In Year Of Seismic U.S. Shifts, Colorado Resists Big ChangesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 9, 2016 | CBS Local

    In a topsy-turvy U.S. election, Colorado voters stayed the course Tuesday and avoided big changes in many top races. Perhaps the biggest change endorsed by Colorado voters Tuesday was a measure to help the terminally ill access life-ending drugs.

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  17. Office of Personnel Management hackingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 29, 2015 | National Review Online

    ... health-insurance options. Her July 2013 confirmation hearing was brief and relatively controversy-free. Senator Mark Udall, (D., Colo.), introduced her and declared, "she has an impressive range of accomplishments that make her completely, totally ...

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  18. Once seen as vulnerable, Sen. Bennet re-electedRead the original story

    Nov 9, 2016 | The Grand Junction Sentinel

    Colorado 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 claimed victory at a Democratic Party watch party in Denver.

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  19. Al Gore campaigns for Clinton in Boulder: 'This is a climate election'Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 8, 2016 | CU Independent

    About 300 people came to see former Vice President Al Gore campaign for Hillary Clinton at eTown in Boulder Monday afternoon. Gore talked about the influence this particular election will have over all things environmental.

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  20. Udall, Gregoire said to be on Clinton's short list for Interior secretaryRead the original story

    Nov 8, 2016 | The Westerner

    Hillary Clinton's presidential transition team is eyeing six top candidates to lead the Interior Department if she is elected, including former Colorado Sen. Mark Udall and former Washington Gov. Christine Gregoire, according to a person who has spoken to the transition team. The list of leading candidates also includes Natural Resources Defense Council President Rhea Suh; Felicia Marcus, the chair of California's State Water Resources Control Board; Denise Juneau, the first American Indian woman elected to statewide office in Montana; and Katie McGinty, the former secretary of Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental Protection, the source told POLITICO.

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