Littwin: We don’t know what the FBI was looking for at Mar-a-Lago or whether it could be related to Jan. 6
Meanwhile, Donald Trump’s base rallies around him and hammers Merrick Garland. Lauren Boebert slams the DOJ for “Gestapo crap.”3:03 AM MDT
Opinion: It’s sensible in a democracy for each state to determine its own abortion rules
Pro-life voters may be likely to grant exceptions for rape, incest and the mother’s health, in return for restrictions on the rest
Zornio: Cut the politics — TABOR isn’t working for Colorado, even if we get a big, fat refund
Despite election year squabbles, there remains strong bipartisan concern that TABOR is driving state funding shortages
Opinion: Colorado’s Ken Salazar is steering Mexico toward better relations with the U.S.
Mexico’s president visited President Biden in Washington because of his high regard for Salazar
Littwin: It’s been a tough week for conspiracy theorists. Is Trump’s Big Lie next on the docket?
There’s Tina Peters, there’s Alex Jones, and now it looks as if the walls could even be closing in on Donald Trump
Opinion: The Supreme Court has put us in a constitutional crisis and a climate crisis
The High Court reached way beyond its authority when it slapped down the EPA
Opinion: Protect the Dolores River
More than a decade in the making, a bill to create a National Conservation Area for the Dolores is before Congress
Littwin: If you like long shots, you might like Tina Peters’ $250,000 bet on herself to win
The recount in a race Tina Peters lost by 88,000 votes is nearly finished. For my money, I’m betting they won’t find a single crooked voting machine.
Opinion: Yes, we can help reduce greenhouse gases
It’s as simple as minimizing the amount of food that we waste
Zornio: Should private citizens be allowed to own or charge for Colorado’s 14ers?
Colorado's legislature can play a unique role in helping to ensure the state’s highest peaks remain open for equitable public access
Silverman: Like many others, I have left downtown Denver, but not entirely
My family and I have a long history in downtown Denver. I recently relocated my office to the Tech Center, but downtown is never far away.
Littwin: Hickenlooper never gave up on Manchin. Could that really be why Manchin never gave up on the climate bill?
Even in the darkest days, Sen. John Hickenlooper said Joe Manchin never told him negotiations were closed. Now there’s a compromise — but not a sure thing.
Nicolais: Strong local reporters become more critical in a post-truth political world
Recent misleading statements and omissions highlighted by Colorado reporters underscore the importance journalists play in our democracy
Opinion: Denver is nickel-and-diming its most vulnerable residents with fees
The city should dig into its existing budget to pay for what it wants
Opinion: Will Colorado’s next attorney general defend the Reproductive Health Equity Act?
Some cities will try to opt out of the statewide law. Voters deserve to know whether the AG will sue them into compliance.
Opinion: Act locally to save forests globally, and help slow climate change
Changing some of our personal and commercial habits can reduce incentives to cut down carbon-capturing forests
Littwin: Why did Heidi Ganahl bother to dodge Big Lie questions only to pick a Big Lie running mate?
All we know about Danny Moore is that he was removed as chair of a redistricting committee because of baseless election-denying Facebook posts
Opinion: Care workers deserve more respect, and pay, than we give them
Even for someone with my advantages, navigating the system has felt impossible without support
Opinion: Electric vehicles make sense in cities, but not so much anywhere else
Yes, they run cleaner on the streets, but when it comes to making — and charging — them, things get dirtier