More than 100,000 Coloradans marched Saturday to stand up for rights they see threatened by President Trump's administration.
"We're watching, we're paying attention, we're aware, we're here, we're not going away," said one Denver protester.
NPR reporters and editors have annotated President Donald Trump's inaugural address, adding context and analysis.
The day before Donald Trump's inauguration, high school students from across the state talk about their hopes and concerns, and what responsibility they feel toward their country and community.
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The president-elect's nomination of former Texas Gov. Rick Perry to lead the U.S. Department of Energy has raised concerns among clean energy advocates.
A Republican state representative who advised Donald Trump on Hispanic issues during the campaign will attend his inauguration. A Denver Democrat, who's new to politics, will attend a march to protest his policies.
President Barack Obama pushed for a more forceful approach in areas like climate change and renewables, but the Trump administration could undo much of his work.
There's plenty at stake for patients and hospitals as Republicans look to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
Mike Coffman, who represents Colorado's 6th Congressional District, talks about his promise to stand up to President-elect Trump and his hopes for the new administration.