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U.S. Capitol riot

U.S. Capitol riot

Some of Colorado’s conservative talk radio stations are turning down the volume on “rigged election” claims

Cumulus Media orders stations to “help induce national calm,” but some question whether the move is driven by a fear of business blowback

Opinion: Learning a lesson about having a cult leader at the helm of society

A narcissistic egomaniac with delusions of godhood does not belong in the White House.

Lauren Boebert vowed to shake things up in Congress. She has delivered in her first week.

The high school dropout with a history of minor run-ins with the law used her first tumultuous week in office to cement her far-right and extremist credentials while also setting off a widespread roar of criticism

Opinion: Lauren Boebert must go, because voters decide elections, not politicians

What Boebert attempted to do, most likely for show, was anti-democratic and an affront to our republican form of government.

Colorado Olympian Klete Keller charged with taking part in U.S. Capitol riot

The 38-year-old competed in the 2000, 2004 and 2008 Summer Olympics

Armed Colorado man who went to D.C. around U.S. Capitol riot intended to kill Nancy Pelosi, court documents say

Cleveland Grover Meredith Jr. is facing federal charges. Federal prosecutors say he is “a clearly disturbed, deranged and dangerous individual.”

Littwin: In the madness that has overtaken Washington, Colorado’s Lauren Boebert brings her own

It’s one thing to be a conspiracy theorist who is in over her head, but it’s another to do it as part of the Sedition Caucus. And so Boebert is being blasted even by GOP members of Congress.

Incoming Colorado representative was one of more than a dozen state lawmakers in the U.S. Capitol riot crowd

Fremont County Republican Ron Hanks, who will be sworn in on Wednesday, said President Trump told supporters to "fight like hell" before they marched from the Ellipse to the U.S. Capitol.

Opinion: We don’t talk to each other enough, and that may have set us on the path to the Capitol attack

Reasonable people have abdicated their place in our national discourse.

“You literally just did history”: Colorado’s teacher of the year wants students to understand the power of bearing witness

Gerald Muñoz’s AP World History class doesn’t call for discussing coups until Unit 9. They skipped ahead after a mob stormed the U.S. Capitol Wednesday in an effort to stop the certification of the presidential election.

Opinion: Violence in place of political debate weakens our nation

Sen. Michael Bennet: We were living our Founders’ worst fears during Capitol siege

"We have seen where a politics of lies, dysfunction, and division has brought us."

Rep. Ed Perlmutter: The Capitol attack, and the last four years, show us democracies are fragile

"As the hours unfolded, I became mad, sad and outraged the People’s House was desecrated and disrespected, and even worse, that people lost their lives."

Sen. John Hickenlooper: “Trump and the thugs who attempted a violent coup can’t override the will of the people”

"We are the guardians of this fragile democracy and its endurance rests on our shoulders."

Opinion: Was it a coup? No, but the U.S. Capitol siege was the election violence of a fragile democracy

Joe Biden’s win confirmed after pro-Trump mob storms U.S. Capitol

President Trump, who had repeatedly refused to concede the election, said in a statement immediately after the vote that there will be a smooth transition of power on Inauguration Day.