The Democratic Party response to President Trump's second State of the Union.
State of the Union
President Donald Trump will address a joint session of Congress tonight. Here's who Colorado lawmakers are bringing.
In an hour and a half-long speech, President Trump called for border security, heralded the country's economy and denounced late-term abortion laws.
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."
- The First Lady isn't the only one with guests from Colorado though. Members of Colorado's congressional delegation have distributed a few invitations too.Read more
A big part of any State of the Union address is the list of policy proposals for Congress. But do those ideas go anywhere? Here's how well recent presidents have done on this measure.
Colorado's Congressional delegation and governor weigh in on President Obama's State of the Union address.
Republicans find Obama galling, in part, because he seems so blithe in defying them. To them, the historical page that is being turned at this moment is the one with Obama's face on it.
His State of the Union address celebrated a year that brought the U.S. jobs and growth, and called on Congress to expand child care and free education. Critics say it's pure politics that won't pass.