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Rep. Ilhan Omar ended the phone call after U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert rebuffed a request for a public apology.
Members of the Colorado House delegation voted along party lines Friday on President Joe Biden's Build Back Better Act, a nearly $2 trillion p…
U.S. Rep. Ken Buck told potential campaign donors he needs their money to stop redistricting, even though there's no way for him to do so.
Two Coloradans sitting on opposite sides of a wide partisan divide questioned legal scholars Wednesday as the House Judiciary Committee conducted its first day of hearings to determine whether to impeach President Donald Trump.
U.S. Rep. Ken Buck, who is running to head the Colorado Republican Party, now ranks among the few Republicans in Colorado supporting a state b…
An $867 billion farm bill is on its way to President Trump's desk with overwhelming bipartisan support -- despite "no" votes from three Colorado Republican congressmen.
Radical and extreme! Haven’t we heard that accusation more than once during past Colorado campaigns? Indeed, we have. Pundits tend to forget that campaign consultants, much as other professionals, are subject to the influence of “Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds.” If you are of a proper age you will recall the response to Sputnik in the American classroom: New Math and Boolean algebra. It required a decade before educators would acknowledge that high school students could no longer multiply or divide.
U.S. Rep. Ken Buck put his uber-conservative stamp of approval on amendments Y and Z in a new TV ad.