The first question of the evening: Would Coffman stop accepting money from the NRA? Similar questions just kept coming.
A year into his tenure, Secretary Ryan Zinke has emerged as the point person for the administration's goal of American "energy dominance."
The holds have created friction both with Sessions and some of Gardner’s fellow GOP senators who want key law enforcement officials in their states confirmed.
The proposal would relocate many of the Interior Department's top decision-makers from Washington to still-undisclosed cities in the West.
"Both of us support a pathway to citizenship for the dreamers, and both of us support border security," said Sen. Michael Bennet, a Democrat.
Some Westerners have long argued federal land managers should be closer to the land they oversee.
Every member of Congress gets an extra seat for the annual State of the Union address. Some take their spouses, others take people who want to make a political statement.
The president touched on the nation's strong economy as well as themes around "building a safe, strong and proud America."
Colorado’s two U.S. senators have struck a compromise on a measure to fund the federal government and address immigration issues.
Past bipartisan support to protect medical marijuana gives Rep. Polis hope that Congress can do more for states that have approved recreational use.