Colorado's Joint Budget Committee approved emergency spending, as did Congress, but a long-term solution is still needed.
The Aurora Republican was not just comfortable but proud to vote for a tax bill that the Congressional Budget Office said would increase the federal deficit by $1.4 trillion over 10 years.
Gov. John Hickenlooper said $9.6 million would serve as a "one-time only bandaid" to keep the vital program going until February.
Melecio Andazola Morales was detained at a meeting that he thought was the final step in getting legal status. He has been removed from the United States.
One of U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner's jobs is to make sure the Republicans hold onto their Senate majority, which just shrunk to one vote.
Net neutrality is the idea that internet service providers should treat all content, websites and applications the same, and it's under threat.
The number of people deported from Colorado and Wyoming increased by close to 150 percent in fiscal year 2017.
His vote likely to decide the outcome, Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy voiced competing concerns about religious freedom and civil rights.
A Colorado gay couple were refused a cake for their wedding, but the Supreme Court case is about much more
Oral arguments before the Supreme Court start Dec. 5 in a case with profound implications for gay rights and the role of religion in public life.
Congress failed to reauthorize CHIP before the program expired in September. Colorado is among the first states expected to deplete its remaining funds.
Colorado has passed a milestone in its effort to reduce teen pregnancy, but future funding for free and low-cost contraception is uncertain.
An estimated 27,000 units of affordable housing won’t get built in Colorado under the GOP’s current tax plan
The Republican tax plan could have a major impact on private funding for affordable housing projects, and Colorado would be one of the most affected states.
As the man in charge of holding and expanding his party's Senate majority, Sen. Cory Gardner has walked a fine line when it comes to Roy Moore. He's now going further than other Republicans.
Denver City Council members were divided on whether this is a good use of public money. The legal defense fund will help immigrants facing deportation.
The Trump administration's efforts to undermine the Affordable Care Act won't affect open enrollment in Colorado the same way as in other states.
As Democratic activists were quick to note on social media, high demand for something in limited supply usually has the opposite effect on prices.
"Medicare-X" would let people buy into Medicare plans and provider networks and would be rolled out first in counties with one or no insurance providers.
The Children's Diabetes Foundation's Carousel Ball in Denver this year raised about $1.65 million and produced another scrap of meat for culture warriors.
Gov. John Hickenlooper announced Colorado will be joining the lawsuit led by New York, Massachusetts and Washington.