On Wednesday, a Senate committee indefinitely postponed a vote on the nomination of Denver airport CEO Phillip Washington.
Since the Trump era began, political predictions have become so much less reliable. The 2022 race for Senate control is just one more case in point.
Watching the U.S. Senate candidate from Pennsylvania struggle reminded me of a time when it was difficult for me to find the right words
For O’Dea, it’s either brilliant reverse psychology or a sign of desperation in his bid to unseat Sen. Michael Bennet. We should find out by Nov. 8.
Locked in a key U.S. Senate race with Republican Joe O’Dea, Bennet has an optimistic plan for success. But will voters see things the same way?
While the horse race doesn’t look particularly close, the two policy-oriented candidates present the kind of choice we should hope for in Colorado
Sen. Michael Bennet will spend a lot of his campaign funds arguing that if O’Dea wins and the Senate swings to the GOP, you can forget moderation
The full Colorado legislature this week began debating a $36 billion state budget proposal that, buoyed by a strong economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic and a flood of federal stimulus dollars, would boost funding to K-12 and higher education, give state employees a 3% raise and expand state efforts to improve public safety and […]
Nearly 80 years after a presidential order created incarceration camps on American soil to hold people of Japanese descent, the U.S. Senate unanimously passed legislation Monday night designating the site of Colorado’s Granada War Relocation Center – also known as Camp Amache – a national historic site. The vote marks the last key step toward […]
Charis Glatthar became a foster kid at age 14, then lived in 14 homes in four years. She lost track of how many schools she attended. When Glatthar aged out of the child welfare system, she hoped she could go to college, but had no money and no clue about how to apply for financial […]