All that was missing was a warm sweater and cozy fire as the former Governor held Colorado's successes up as a model for what he would do for the country if elected.
Kyle Forti, three other Americans and their pilot were killed when their helicopter crashed on a remote island in northwest Kenya.
President Donald Trump will address a joint session of Congress tonight. Here's who Colorado lawmakers are bringing.
Issues on protesters’ minds included reproductive rights, ending the partial government shutdown, impeaching President Donald Trump, empowering women, and, the march’s theme, unity.
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.
The Team Behind 'The Front Runner' Wants To Answer Every American's Question: ‘How The Hell Did We Get Here?’
Director Jason Reitman worked on the Gary Hart film, which stars Hugh Jackman, with journalist Matt Bai and former political consultant Jay Carson.
Research director Stephen Hawkins, of the nonprofit More In Common, details lesser-known political "tribes" in his study, "Hidden Tribes."
Democratic presidential candidates are on a winning streak in Colorado. The state voted for Barack Obama twice and for Hillary Clinton in 2016. It’s been even longer since Colorado elected a Republican governor. Those results have led some to wonder if the state shouldn’t be considered purple anymore. On the electoral map, it might now be more of a light blue.
One expert says not so fast.
Gerrymandering is on the Colorado ballot this November. Amendments Y and Z promise to take the politics out of the drawing of congressional and legislative boundaries. To do it, they would hand the responsibility to a pair of commissions made up of heavily screened citizens -- not politicians or their hand-picked representatives.
This week on Purplish, we look back at the troubled 2011 redistricting process and how it led to the current calls for reform. And we discover the amendments aren’t just about putting politicians in line. They also try to balance voters' dueling desires for electoral power and community.
Neglect can be a powerful political force. Southern Colorado spent a century mostly voting for Democrats, but in 2016 many countries in the region voted for President Trump. It was the first time some had supported a Republican in decades. The reason many voters cited was a sense of feeling forgotten by state and national politicians too focused on urban and suburban corridors.
Reporters Nathaniel Minor and Allison Sherry recently visited Southern Colorado as a part of CPR’s election road trip series. They talked to voters about whether they feel like politicians are listening now--and what that could mean for November and beyond.