What we can learn from the 10,000 tweets sent by Colorado’s congressional delegation in 2021
Republican U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert sent the most tweets, but she didn’t have the one with the most engagement
President Joe Biden will tour Boulder County fire damage on Friday
The visit was announced by U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse, a Lafayette Democrat, who said he and Gov. Jared Polis will accompany Biden during the visit.
We analyzed dozens of Colorado congressional floor speeches to see who had the most — and least — to say in 2021
From the Jan. 6 insurrection, impeachment, policy issues and politics, C-SPAN video reveals how much some talked and how one spoke not at all
Opinion: Dreamers are counting on the Senate to pass the Build Back Better Act
The uncertainty afflicting more than 13,000 Coloradans won’t end until Congress affirms the DACA program
Colorado’s Democratic members of Congress blast Lauren Boebert, but stop short of calling for censure
The Republican members of Colorado’s U.S. House delegation have not commented on Boebert’s anti-Muslim remarks
Zornio: Giving thanks for some of Colorado’s top moments this year
As Thanksgiving approaches, it’s the perfect time of year to reflect on what we can all be grateful for
A Colorado-bound Afghan family was caught in the Kabul airport bombing. Some survivors still haven’t made it to America.
Ella Nabiyar, who lives in Broomfield, had 18 family members at the Kabul airport the day of the blast. Her brother and two cousins were killed.
8 takeaways from Colorado’s new congressional map
The proposal still needs to be approved by the Colorado Supreme Court, but we took a look at how it would affect the state’s political makeup
Here is the new congressional map headed to the Colorado Supreme Court for final approval
The proposal was approved by Colorado's Independent Congressional Redistricting Commission by an 11-1 vote just before midnight after seven rounds of voting
3 reasons the latest draft of Colorado’s congressional map may spell trouble for Lauren Boebert
The proposed 2nd District would be home to Boebert and Democrat Joe Neguse and include liberal-leaning Boulder, Broomfield and Larimer counties
The latest draft of Colorado’s congressional map would create a whole new dynamic in the state
Four public hearings are scheduled this week on a proposal that would be a dramatic change from the current congressional map
The latest draft of Colorado’s congressional map draws Lauren Boebert and Joe Neguse into the same district
Plus, don’t forget public hearings on the map start Tuesday and run through the end of the week
Lauren Boebert’s campaign leads the pack as Colorado congressional candidates raised $4.8M last quarter
Boebert, a Garfield County Republican, gathered nearly $1 million in April, May and June. Gov. Jared Polis gave his reelection campaign $250,000.
Silverman: Bill Cosby isn’t funny. Nor is Bruce Castor, the prosecutor whose missteps set him free.
Vainglorious Trump-defending attorney Bruce Castor and comic Bill Cosby claim the current high ground. Reality lays them low.
Colorado Democrats in the U.S. House want nearly $200 million for earmarked projects
The three Colorado Republicans in the U.S. House oppose designated projects, leaving Colorado Springs and rural areas of the state out of the spending requests for now
Hard-right rooted group has made inroads in Colorado opposing Biden’s vision for public lands
The federal agenda for preserving 30% of public land and water by 2030 hasn’t been finalized, yet at least four Colorado counties, spurred by the daughter of the original Sagebrush Rebels, have signaled resistance.
What the Twitter accounts of Colorado’s nine members of Congress can tell us about them
Republican Lauren Boebert has more followers on her personal account than the rest of the state’s congressional delegation combined. She’s used that large following to fundraise.
Nearly $1.5 million pours into Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District for Lauren Boebert, Kerry Donovan
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, a Colorado Democrat whose race is crucial to his party’s majority in the Senate, hauled in $1.2 million
In the wake of anti-Asian violence, Colorado congressmen push Amache’s designation as National Historic Site
A bill introduced by Reps. Joe Neguse and Ken Buck would bring federal resources to efforts to memorialize a site where Japanese Americans were incarcerated in WWII
Opinion: Colorado’s outdoor enthusiasts and the businesses that serve them have a strong advocate in Congress
Rep. Joe Neguse has lifted up the outdoor industry and helped advance the policy priorities that are key to our member companies and to the millions of individuals who spend time in the outdoors.