In Senate Debate, Democrat Michael Bennet Struggles to Establish His Moderate Credentials
Seven air tankers are expected to drop as many as 60,000 gallons of fire retardant to help stifle a raging wildfire that has continued to rip through a Colorado canyon. The blaze, which has grown to 11 square miles, already has forced the evacuation of 1,000 homes, including those of firefighters
Former President Bill Clinton provided a jolt to Democratic Senate primary race in Colorado today, parting from the White House to endorse former state Colorado House Speaker Andrew Romanoff. President Obama and the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee have supported incumbent Senator Michael
Three members of a Colorado state board that oversees a multimillion-dollar semi-private state agency went on a golfing trip to the luxurious Pebble Beach resort that was paid for by the agency – raising questions about the board's independence and ethics. Pinnacol Assurance, a tax-exempt,
Strategists: Democrats Need to Focus on Economy and Independents to Keep Majority
With Democratic Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter announcing today that he will not seek re-election, there has been much buzz about whether Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, a former Colorado Senator, will seek the seat. And what this may mean for Colorado politics.
Democratic Colorado Governor Bill Ritter has made it official -- he will not seek a second term in office.
Who said Washington wasn’t ready to talk about a changing climate? There’s something in the January air, and it smells like the December air, and maybe even the winds of change we’ve heard so much about.
Republican Congressman Pete King today hinted today that he may not seek the New York Senate seat currently being held by a Democrat, Rep. Kirsten Gillibrand. King told me on “Good Morning America” that he is “leaning against” it, but...