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Colorado lawmakers slam, support Trump travel-ban order

Colorado lawmakers slam, support Trump travel-ban order

Members of Colorado’s congressional delegation from both sides of the aisle continued to criticize President Donald Trump’s executive order imposing a travel ban on citizens from seven majority-Islamic nations, although…

Trump throws water on Mexico firestorm, tosses gas on debate over Muslim refugees

Trump throws water on Mexico firestorm, tosses gas on debate over Muslim refugees

President Donald Trump on Friday took steps to cool off his anti-immigration battle with Mexico but just as quickly enraged practitioners of the world’s second-largest religion by targeting Muslims seeking…

Trump may work with Congress rather than repeal Obama’s DACA protections

Trump may work with Congress rather than repeal Obama’s DACA protections

While he’s already plunged ahead signing orders to keep a slew of campaign promises – from gutting the Affordable Care Act without a replacement in place for millions of American,…

Unusually warm, dry fall slowly giving way to winter in climate-challenged Colorado

Unusually warm, dry fall slowly giving way to winter in climate-challenged Colorado

After cities across the United States, including Denver, set heat records in October, November has been just as balmy, prompting several ski areas in the Colorado Rockies to postpone their…

Women in politics: Shattering glass ceiling more about numbers than voter sexism

Women in politics: Shattering glass ceiling more about numbers than voter sexism

Experts who study women in politics say the lack of female representation in the White House and Congress is not necessarily a function of voter sexism, but instead can be…

Slow start to 2016-17 ski season as warm, dry weather persists through next week

Slow start to 2016-17 ski season as warm, dry weather persists through next week

A second Colorado ski area opens today as Loveland finally joins Arapahoe Basin despite the ongoing dry, warm weather and lack of natural snow in Colorado’s high country. Loveland Ski…

Bitter and divisive election ends today amid allegations of GOP voter obstruction

Bitter and divisive election ends today amid allegations of GOP voter obstruction

One of the most bitter and divisive elections in modern American history comes to a head today, with fears of nationwide polling-place violence looming and allegations of voter obstruction being…

Public lands debate reaches fever pitch in hotly contested 3rd Congressional District race

Public lands debate reaches fever pitch in hotly contested 3rd Congressional District race

The race for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District seat encompassing most of the state’s Western Slope has become somewhat of a one-issue campaign for both incumbent Republican Scott Tipton of Cortez…

Schwartz decries Tipton immigration stance, linking ‘extreme’ views to Trump

Schwartz decries Tipton immigration stance, linking ‘extreme’ views to Trump

During his six years in Congress, Republican Rep. Scott Tipton has steadfastly opposed a path to citizenship for immigrants illegally living and working in the United States, and now Democratic…

Arapahoe Basin set to open for the season on Friday; Loveland still waiting

Arapahoe Basin set to open for the season on Friday; Loveland still waiting

After another small dose of winter weather on Tuesday night, Arapahoe Basin ski area on Colorado’s Continental Divide announced on Wednesday that it will open for the 2016-17 ski season…