Every bill gets a hearing and a vote in the Colorado legislature. In D.C, not so much.
Government workers will miss their first paycheck Friday. President Donald Trump visited the southern border and continued to call for border wall funding.
Polis is donating speeches, photographs, position papers, notes and constituent correspondence to the university. His collection will join other public official's archives dating back to 1907.
Drawing new boundaries for thousands of legislative districts is about three years away, yet the political battle over redistricting already is playing out in the midterm elections.
Former State Senator Greg Brophy says rural Colorado and the state's wage earners have benefited from the Trump administration.
The national Centrist Project will target the state in its mission to get people who aren't affiliated with a political party elected.
The Libertarian Party of Colorado leads an effort to document and digitize more than 45 years of party artifacts and documents.
A national 21-member committee, including Webb, hopes to avoid the mistakes of the 2016 election.
Ed Stein, the former editorial cartoonist for the Rocky Mountain News, and Western Slope cartoonist Paul Snover, who got national attention for a billboard called "Donald the Dragon Slayer," share their perspectives.
At a cost of $30 million, Colorado TV viewers can expect to see more than 83,000 political ads consuming nearly 29 days worth of airtime in October.