The Colorado Sun visited Washington to spend time with the state’s eight U.S. House members and two U.S. senators to learn more about how they operate
The moral panic about queer people is back, in a more potentially violent form.
Republican Doug Lamborn wins reelection in Colorado’s 5th Congressional District, beating challenger David Torres.
Woke, a term that for generations was associated with the struggle for civil rights, has been transformed into a profane epithet.
The Colorado Springs congressman beat out state Rep. Dave Williams, Lone Tree businessman Andrew Heaton and Navy veteran Rebecca Keltie
Air Force officials were reasonable and followed the law when choosing Huntsville, Alabama, as the permanent site of the U.S. Space Command Headquarters, the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General wrote in a recent report, despite claims from Colorado lawmakers that the process was politically influenced and lacked transparency. Authorities developed “relevant and objective […]
Last month, former state Rep. Cole Wist announced he was leaving the Republican Party. “It’s been 1 year since Jan. 6, 2021,” he said in a tweet. “All downhill from there. Election lies, vaccine misinformation, making it harder to vote, excusing Jan. 6 thuggery, conspiracy theories galore. I tried. I encouraged reason. I urged a […]
The highlight of the troubling ethics report on Rep. Doug Lamborn’s family business — which, not coincidentally, seems to the same as his official, taxpayer-funded job as a U.S. congressman — has to be this quote credited to Lamborn’s wife, Jeanie: “If mama ain’t happy, nobody’s happy.” Well, here’s a guess. Mama — who plays […]
Congressional ethics investigators said Monday that they found evidence that gives them “substantial reason” to believe U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn misused official resources and solicited or accepted improper gifts from his subordinates. Aides to the Colorado Springs Republican told nonpartisan investigators from the Office of Congressional Ethics that they were frequently asked to run errands […]
Colorado’s congressional delegation took to Twitter in 2021 to extol their policies, raise money and take jabs at their enemies, not necessarily in that order. The state’s seven U.S. House members and two U.S. Senators tweeted 10,052 times in 2021 from both personal and congressional accounts. The Colorado Sun analyzed those tweets to identify a […]