U.S. Capitol riot
Littwin: We haven’t forgotten 9/11, but on the 20th anniversary, we can’t help but see it differently
The failed war on terror, it can be argued, led from 9/11 to Jan. 6, from anti-Muslim fervor to the rise of Trump, the Big Lie and threats to our democracy
Nicolais: Death threats to election officials threaten democracy itself
A recent investigative report details hundreds of violent threats made to election officials in the wake of the 2020 election
Coloradan pleads guilty to federal offense in deadly Jan. 6 riot at U.S. Capitol
Croy, of Colorado Springs, admitted to parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building late last month
Nicolais: Colorado court lambasts attorneys engaged in malicious election lies
A U.S. magistrate judge ordered two Colorado lawyers to pay for attorney fees engaged in defending against their frivolous lawsuit to overturn the 2020 election
Littwin: The 4 cops called to testify about the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection dramatically offer their version of the Big Truth
The U.S. House select committee begins its work with testimony from D.C. police officers who said they felt betrayed by those lawmakers who would diminish what they faced that day in battling the terrorists storming the Capitol
Littwin: We’re still waiting for climate change to hit Colorado’s ice-cold 2022 governor and Senate races
The midterms traditionally favor the party out of power — yes, that would be the Republicans — but the GOP is having problems finding candidates who could take on Jared Polis and Michael Bennet.
Nicolais: Calling for the execution of political opponents should never be condoned
Over the past week, accusations of treason punishable by execution has been invoked on multiple occasions
Nicolais: What if the January 6 Capitol riot was just a practice run?
If Congress does not enact a commission to review the insurrection that took place in January, it will court more violence in the future
U.S. House to vote on new security as threats more than double
Rep. Jason Crow said the threats from outside “are unfortunately the reality of congressional life.”
Man suspected of assaulting a police officer during Jan. 6 riot placed on house arrest after killing mountain lion
Prosecutors say he violated the conditions of his release by having a gun and shooting a mountain lion.
Erie man is 10th Coloradan arrested in connection with U.S. Capitol riot
Logan Grover was identified as being part of the crowd in social media videos and body camera footage, according to federal court documents
Trinidad man is ninth Coloradan facing federal charges following U.S. Capitol riot
Jacob Travis Clark of Trinidad faces six federal charges including unlawful entry, disorderly conduct and obstruction of law enforcement.
Lauren Boebert argues she’s allowed to block people from her Twitter feed
In response to a lawsuit, Boebert's attorney argues that the representative "operates that Twitter account in her individual capacity, not as a state actor"
Opinion: Even after a year of pandemic, hope springs eternal
The face mask is our symbol of hope, reminding us that our own self-interest, indeed our own survival, requires us to protect and take care of others in our community.
Federal prosecutors narrow in on organized extremists, including Oath Keepers and Proud Boys, in Capitol siege probe
Federal investigators say the extremist groups planned the assault on the U.S. Capitol for weeks and counted on "normies," like a Woodland Park man who was arrested, to help "burn that city to ash."
Opinion: The election, the Capitol attack and Black Lives Matter come to a kindergarten classroom in rural Colorado
How do I embrace the politics of our world and translate them as opportunities for learning and engagement for my students? I choose purpose and intention.
Denver police officer pleads for U.S. Capitol riot suspect’s release
The name of the writer of the letter in support of Jeffrey Sabol has been redacted in federal court records
Seventh Colorado man faces federal charges in connection with deadly U.S. Capitol riot
Glenn Wes Lee Croy of Colorado Springs has been charged with unlawful entry and disorderly conduct related to the Jan. 6 mob
Littwin: Flip the page on the calendar. It’s time to move past the guy whose name we shall not mention
There are so many important issues to deal with, none of them easy, many of them complex, but not one, it turns out, that requires access to a Twitter account
Nicolais: Joe Neguse nails his star turn in Trump’s impeachment trial
As one of the House impeachment managers, the nation saw what many Coloradans have known about Joe Neguse for awhile