A fluke or the future? Rep. Lauren Boebert shakes up her Colorado district
Republican Lauren Boebert, is an unabashed, social media-savvy loyalist of Donald Trump who, like her fellow first-term colleague GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, is stoking controversy with her far-right views and defiant actions. But unlike Greene, Boebert doesn't hail from an overwhelmingly GOP, safe district.
Carman: Welcome to the Impeachment Bowl, where Colorado is fielding an all-star lineup
Welcome to the 2021 Super Brawl, when football and the impeachment trial merge into a weeklong festival of pandemic binge-watching
Nicolais: Is Kerry Donovan the right candidate against Lauren Boebert, but in the wrong year?
Sen. Donovan’s decision to challenge Lauren Boebert in the 3rd Congressional District may come a year too late
Rep. Mark Baisley: It’s time to rein in Big Tech
If not, we face losing the entrepreneurial spirit and drive that has kept our economy the best in the world for generations.
Opinion: A historian goes in search of a reputed pro-Trump plotter
This new development seems to be the white-collar version of the mob insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
Littwin: Dems lay out their case against Trump — it started with the Big Lie, and that led to insurrection and impeachment
Trump’s team argues not only that you can’t try an ex-president, but also — and this argument is made only to please Trump — that Trump’s claim of election fraud was reasonable to make.
Silverman: The klan once held power in Colorado. It took good people to overthrow them.
We need more people like O. Otto Moore, former Chief Justice of Colorado's Supreme Court.
Littwin: Lauren Boebert is doing all she can, but she just can’t keep up with Marjorie Taylor Greene
Greene’s “Jewish space lasers” has gone viral. Boebert, meanwhile, is in a Twitter war with Parkland’s gun-safety activist David Hogg, whom Greene had already stalked.
Nicolais: Unaffiliated voters need strong voices on Colorado’s redistricting commissions
After passage of Amendments Y and Z in 2018, the judicial review panel choosing members must avoid unaffiliated applicants with clear partisan preferences
Opinion: Why Lauren Boebert’s bill on the Paris Climate Accord is bad for her district
She should stop denying the reality of climate change as a badge of political identity.
Nicolais: Principle and compromise – the time has come for Colorado Republicans
Colorado Republicans in the minority at the legislature could be more than just an opposition. They can chart a path forward.
University of Colorado Boulder bans ex-teacher from outreach after Trump speech
Former California university professor John Eastman has been banned from performing outreach or speaking
Opinion: In times like these, polarization can bring clarity
Four years ago, I would have said America is a nation rooted in democracy and reason. Four years of argument and division have shown me otherwise.
Grand Junction fights to keep Bureau of Land Management headquarters with its future under Biden unclear
President Donald Trump moved the public lands agency to Colorado from Washington, D.C. President Joe Biden administrations may move it back.
Littwin: Normal, on an anything-but-normal Inauguration Day for Joe Biden, was more than good enough
Joe Biden is president, meaning Donald Trump is not, and that means that for much of the nation, we can finally exhale.
Son of powerful Denver lobbyist Norm Brownstein is pardoned by Trump
Drew "Bo" Brownstein pleaded guilty in 2011 to making illegal stock trades a year earlier that netted him about $2.4 million
Trump pardons Steve Bannon, but not the Colorado man also charged in border wall scam
Timothy Shea, a Castle Rock entrepreneur, is accused of allowing Bannon and others involved in the "We Build The Wall" campaign to use donations for personal gain.
Littwin: The story you may have missed amid the craziness of Trump’s final days
In the past six months, the Trump administration has executed 13 federal death-row prisoners. That’s three times as many as had been executed in the past 60 years.
Opinion: America’s refugee program has been dismantled. Here’s how we should rebuild under Biden.
Let’s reclaim our role as the world’s preeminent and most generous country in refugee resettlement.
How Democratic control in Washington will influence Democratic control in Colorado — and vice versa
Democrats in the Colorado legislature have spent the past two years responding to President Donald Trump and congressional inaction. With their party in charge of Congress and the White House, it changes their priorities on the state level.