U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a progressive firebrand and sponsor of the Green New Deal, said that Democrats need to return to the party's roots at a Boulder fundraising dinner.
He's firing back at the critics of his judicial philosophy, some of whom sit alongside the Coloradan on the Supreme Court.
The Pentagon got its cellphone bill, and the kids have been using too much data again.
Our weekly look at news from Colorado's neighbor states.
The federal land agency's lease of headquarters space on the Western Slope -- in a building that also houses oil and gas industry offices -- was a hot topic at Club 20's fall conference.
Protesters on Saturday marched several miles from Denver to an immigrant detention center in Aurora where dozens of counter-demonstrators were waiting.
With marching bands, drum lines, hundreds of yard signs and at least one fire truck, Democratic presidential candidates made a colorful and often loud pitch to Iowa Democrats at the Steak Fry fundraiser in Des Moines.
Here’s our recap of our best stories of the last seven days from the Colorado Politics staff.
Though a bill banning forced arbitration in legal disputes has no chance of becoming law for the foreseeable future, some Colorado Democrats applauded the passage of the Forced Arbitration Injustice Repeal (FAIR) Act.
The outdoor recreation industry is growing faster than the rest of the economy, according to fresh numbers from the federal government's Bureau of Economic Analysis.
"It's an extensive operation we're running here," the state representative said with a laugh.
Get ready to hear a lot about global warming — or the "climate emergency " as the United Nations is calling it.
The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment is out with its latest monthly jobs report for the state. Here are the key takeaways for the state’s workers.
Denver rents have dipped slightly since July, but are still 3% higher than this time last year, a new report from RENTCafe says.
“We really thought we had big momentum,” Burgess told 9News. “We did not.”
An advisory committee will have less than a year to find solutions before the city cuts ties with Geo Group and CoreCivic.
A progressive young teacher who played a high-profile role in February’s teacher strike will be the new leader of the growing Denver teachers union.
More than a dozen constituents showed up on a recent sunny Saturday morning to speak with U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter inside a classroom next to the dairy aisle at a Natural Grocers in Lakewood.
Hal Bidlack: "Today, sadly, the Republican Party has once again made itself ethically 'for sale' on the issue of states rights."
Backers of Initiative 120 now have until March 4 of next year to gather 124,632 valid voter signatures to put the measure on the November 2020 ballot.
The Colorado Utility Consumers' Board has a new member.
Lt. Gov. Dianne Primavera will join the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade to visit Australia and New Zealand later this month.
There's no way to tell if any of those programs, in which the state has invested more than $103 million, are actually making schools safer, according to the audit.
Regional Transportation District is reconsidering its decision regarding a sublease for a potential National Medal of Honor museum in Denver.
A rule blocking employment for spouses of H-1B visa workers on their way to green cards might debut this spring, a Colorado media outlet is reporting.
Attendees will undergo "airport-like screening," and weapons are not permitted.
Colorado projects are working to decrease traffic on Interstate 25.
Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan will come to the University of Colorado Boulder to deliver the annual John Paul Stevens Lecture.
The Journal/NBC News poll surveyed 506 registered voters who said they would vote in a Democratic caucus or primary.
Colorado state Rep. Dave Williams is among those invited to the White House by President Donald Trump for an event in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month.
Kelly Sloan: "Sometimes ... those who make the best lawmakers are those who would really much prefer to be somewhere else, applying their talents to fixing things in the private sector. State Senator Jack Tate is one of these."
Paula Noonan: "Complex and contentious issues should be dealt with fair and square and respectfully from every direction."
Linda Shoemaker said she won't seek a second term as the University of Colorado's regent representing Colorado’s Boulder-focused 2nd Congressional District.
The audit looked at how both the division and the commission manage civil rights complaints between the beginning of 2015 and through August of this year.
It's the latest in a barrage of ads aimed at the GOP senator over his position on gun-control measures.
Teachers in the Park County RE-2 school district and the district's board of trustees continue to spar over whether teachers might walk out at a critical time: the Oct. 2 date for counting students, which determines the district's state funding.
The congressman has honored the life of a recently deceased World War II veteran and Vail valley resident with an entry into the congressional record.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and daughter Chelsea Clinton will visit Denver on a joint book tour in November.
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado, the presidential candidate as well, doesn't want Americans to be buffaloed.
A lawsuit against Denver Mayor Michael Hancock's administration filed by a challenger in this year's mayoral election has been dismissed by a federal judge.
U.S. Geological Survey studies show large rare metal deposits in Colorado, particularly in the Wet Mountains and San Juan Mountains.
Simply coping can be lonely , and here in southern Colorado, where the brown fields sweep to the blue horizon, struggles come on as slow as drought or with the sudden intensity of a dust devil .
The former congressman from Aurora is facing five other candidates in November in the race to lead the city.
Zachary Christensen: "Interest on PERA’s debt has racked up over $7 billion in additional costs for the state over the past two decades. Accelerating debt payments would incur higher upfront costs but would greatly lower the long-term costs of the program."
Lynn Granger: "We agree that Colorado’s system of taxation on natural gas and oil production is complicated, perhaps needlessly so. But to suggest that the industry pays anything less than its fair share does not address the full picture."
Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke is holding a town hall on gun violence Thursday in Aurora, his campaign announced.
Coloradans who need new driver's licenses might have to wait a bit.
Aurora NAACP leader Omar Montgomery picked up the endorsement of another sitting member of Congress in his race against a former congressional member and four others in the city's mayoral contest.
Sorry to break the news to you, Colorado, but you're nothing special. That's the findings of a new ranking on diversity by the data-crunching website WalletHub.