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Kennedy, Stapleton emerge from state assemblies atop respective primary ballots

Kennedy, Stapleton emerge from state assemblies atop respective primary ballots

Former Colorado treasurer and Denver Deputy Mayor Cary Kennedy kept her powerful push to the primary rolling Saturday at the Democratic Party state assembly in Broomfield, securing nearly 62 percent of…

‘Killdozer’ author, Bannon classmate Brower blasts growing anti-government trend

‘Killdozer’ author, Bannon classmate Brower blasts growing anti-government trend

Longtime Colorado newspaper editor and publisher turned author Patrick Brower argues former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon helped propel Donald Trump to the presidency by stoking the growing flames…

Colorado schools grapple with threat reporting, privacy issues in wake of Parkland

Colorado schools grapple with threat reporting, privacy issues in wake of Parkland

Colorado schools are reacting in a variety of ways to the most recent high school massacre Feb. 14 in Parkland, Florida, and Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman has reached out to…

USOC rules out bidding on 2026 Winter Olympics, targeting 2030 instead

USOC rules out bidding on 2026 Winter Olympics, targeting 2030 instead

The United States will go at least 28 years between Winter Olympics, United States Olympic Committee officials confirmed during the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in South Korea, ruling out a…

Sexual harassment debate rages in Colorado Legislature as session hits second week

Sexual harassment debate rages in Colorado Legislature as session hits second week

State Sen. Kerry Donovan found it “interesting” that much of the focus of the sexual harassment debate during the first week of the Colorado General Assembly last week was on…

Colorado governor, gubernatorial hopefuls weigh in on Sessions’ marijuana decision

Colorado governor, gubernatorial hopefuls weigh in on Sessions’ marijuana decision

Colorado’s current governor and two front-runners to replace him in November all blasted Thursday’s decision by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to reverse the Cole Memo and potentially target states like…

Can the Winter Olympics move beyond politics and leave a lasting legacy of positive change?

Can the Winter Olympics move beyond politics and leave a lasting legacy of positive change?

North Korea and South Korea are holding talks about the North’s possible participation in next month’s Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, and President Donald Trump — despite previous…

Democratic Colorado lawmakers skewer colleagues for holiday break without fixing DACA, CHIP

Democratic Colorado lawmakers skewer colleagues for holiday break without fixing DACA, CHIP

Jared Polis, a Boulder Democrat who represents part of Colorado ski country in Congress, scolded his colleagues for “skipping town” for the holiday break without dealing with two critical issues…

Colorado Obamacare enrollment rising despite federal uncertainty

Colorado Obamacare enrollment rising despite federal uncertainty

Health insurance enrollment on the state’s Obamacare marketplace jumped by nearly 30 percent this year compared to last, according to Connect For Health Colorado officials, meaning Coloradans at least seem…

Trump undercuts Obamacare as governors push for bipartisan Murray-Alexander fix

Trump undercuts Obamacare as governors push for bipartisan Murray-Alexander fix

As President Donald Trump continues his assault on Obamacare — halving the enrollment period, cutting low-income subsidies and slashing marketing budgets by 90 percent — a bipartisan group of governors…