Pence urged the group to rekindle its interest in politics. He also declared the health law passed under President Barack Obama "dead."
"Why on earth would we take healthcare that we finally have established for all Americans and break it up to the give tax breaks to the rich?" one protester said.
Voters in Denver will decide this fall whether to approve a city bond issue worth almost one billion dollars.
Some 300 gallons of toxic water are released each minute from the site above the town of Silverton.
The Senate bill, crafted in seclusion by Republicans, who control the upper chamber of Congress, would make deep cuts to Medicaid and defund Planned Parenthood for a year.
Adele Arakawa leaves 9News next week and heads for retirement in Tucson. She's not quite as sure where the TV industry is going next.
The authors of a new paper in The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences say that to get to zero emissions, the country should look beyond wind, solar and hydropower.
The former detainees have won the right to sue GEO Group on behalf of an estimated 60,000 people. It operates a facility in Aurora.
The hospital temporarily closed an addiction program to move staff around, and is at risk of losing federal funding.
Research shows the American public has grown more polarized along partisan lines in the last two decades. Here are some groups that work to bring people together.
Lucy Bradley-Springer said she hoped to make a statement protesting lack of access for those most in need.
In April it appeared the national monument would be among those reviewed by the Interior Department, at the direction of President Donald Trump.
Recent cases in Colorado and Washington are the first known instances of current or former pot regulators being accused of having improper dealings with the industry.
Up until Monday’s deadline for insurance companies to file their intentions it was unclear if insurance giant Anthem, or another carrier, might back out.