Man accused of assaulting police, AP photographer in Jan. 6 Capitol riot arrested in Brighton
Rodney Milstreed is accused of throwing flagpole bearing a Navy flag "javelin-like" toward a group of Capitol police officers blocking the stairs leading up to the Capitol
Judge: Trump likely committed crimes related to election, orders John Eastman to release emails
Lawyer John Eastman was a visiting professor at CU Boulder but the university severed ties following the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol
Biden decries Trump backers as “dagger at throat” of democracy
Thursday marked the anniversary of the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol
“We were trapped”: Rep. Jason Crow, others talk about lingering trauma of Jan. 6
Roughly three dozen Democrats — including Colorado's Crow — were trapped in the balcony seats of the House chamber, not being able to leave until an hour after the siege started
Silverman: We could all use a mulligan in 2022
Like golf, life is full of highs and lows. From politics to climate change and criminal justice, we could all use another chance
Littwin: It’s much easier to say that U.S. democracy is under attack than to figure out what to do about it
Atlantic writer Barton Gellman says Trump and his allies are already preparing for the next coup attempt. And that the Jan. 6 insurrection was just so much practice.
Colorado man gets house arrest for Jan. 6 riot, calls himself an idiot
“Now he knows that he was misled by his president,” said the defense attorney for Glenn Wes Lee Croy
Littwin: Biden’s passionate speech on the GOP assault on democracy got everything right — except the solution
If Biden, the great Senate institutionalist, doesn’t call out those Dems who oppose filibuster reform, then the speech defending voting rights is just so many words and Biden becomes part of the problem
Opinion: Happy sad birthday, America
We can honor history by keeping the Fourth of July real and still finding great things to celebrate
Littwin: Republicans ignore the lessons of the Jan. 6 Capitol assault. Now Democrats must learn the lesson of May 28.
The only way for Democrats to protect voting rights in America is to pass a national standard. And the only way to pass it is to kill the filibuster.
Nicolais: What if the January 6 Capitol riot was just a practice run?
If Congress does not enact a commission to review the insurrection that took place in January, it will court more violence in the future
U.S. House to vote on new security as threats more than double
Rep. Jason Crow said the threats from outside “are unfortunately the reality of congressional life.”
Silverman: Rudy Giuliani and his Colorado connection are putting on an incriminating show
Giuliani’s choice for Colorado counsel is former Secretary of State Scott Gessler
Nicolais: Liz Cheney’s last full measure of devotion is at the altar of our democracy
Wyoming’s sole U.S. Representative is engaged in a battle over more than just the future of the Republican Party
Erie man is 10th Coloradan arrested in connection with U.S. Capitol riot
Logan Grover was identified as being part of the crowd in social media videos and body camera footage, according to federal court documents
Trinidad man is ninth Coloradan facing federal charges following U.S. Capitol riot
Jacob Travis Clark of Trinidad faces six federal charges including unlawful entry, disorderly conduct and obstruction of law enforcement.
Denver police officer pleads for U.S. Capitol riot suspect’s release
The name of the writer of the letter in support of Jeffrey Sabol has been redacted in federal court records