Another Colorado man accused of assaulting police outside U.S. Capitol during Jan. 6 riot
Thomas Patrick Hamner, 48, of Peyton, is accused of helping other rioters push a large metal sign into police officers defending the U.S. Capitol, court documents say.
Colorado geophysicist to remain jailed after attack on U.S. Capitol
Judge Emmet Sullivan ruled Wednesday that Jeffrey Sabol, 51, is a flight risk and could be a danger to the community if he were to be released
Opinion: At the U.S. Capitol, lifting our gaze to what stands before us
We must have civil discourse around the problems that affect all of us, so that we can continue to move our country, our democracy and our world forward.
Littleton man becomes fourth Coloradan charged in U.S. Capitol riot
Patrick Montgomery is accused of knowingly entering or remaining in a restricted building without lawful authority and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds
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.
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.
Littwin: The House is planning for a second impeachment. How many Senate Republicans will answer the call?
Don’t count on the 25th Amendment for help in Trump’s waning days in office. Impeachment and conviction would be hard. But history and justice demand an official reaction.
Nicolais: Lauren Boebert’s bloodlust rhetoric helped incite the deadly assault on the U.S. Capitol
Trump, Boebert, Hawley and other officials were complicit in the national disgrace at the Capitol
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.
Littwin: We had to know that Trump, in the end, wouldn’t leave without trying to burn the place down
It was a riot, an insurrection, a plot against America. It was Trump’s presidency in its death throes, and with every one of his enablers responsible for the assault on democracy.
Ken Buck doesn’t blame president for deadly U.S. Capitol riot; Ed Perlmutter says “this is an inflection point”
All nine members of Colorado's congressional delegation say they are safe
30 years after passage of Americans with Disabilities Act, key inequities remain in Colorado
The biggest remaining hurdles for people living with disabilities continue to be accessible housing and fair employment opportunities