Back in March, Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner joined fellow Republican Senators Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, Rob Portman of Ohio, in stating that “we will not support a [Obamacare replacement] plan that does not include stability for Medicaid expansion populations or flexibility for states.
Sing me a song, you’re the ... piano bear?
Police in Vail, Colorado, are warning homeowners to bear-proof their homes after one bear was caught on a security video tickling the ivories inside an apartment last week.
Elusiveness, fluidity and patience are attributes that generally serve players well in college football and the NFL alike.
“Driven from every corner of the earth... direct their course to this happy country as their last asylum. Let us cherish the noble guests and shelter them.” - Samuel Adams, Speech Philadelphia (August 1, 1776)
It was an especially poignant performance.
DENVER ― Two different species of tiny beetles have destroyed more than 5 million acres of Colorado forests, according to a new report.
Some Colorado conservatives are joining President Donald Trump in blaming the press for the daily eye-pop, head-spinning news stories streaming from the White House.
Leading the charge are local talk radio hosts, but conservative politicians are also mad at journalists.
The term “RBI” had a new definition during a Spring Training game between the Colorado Rockies and San Diego Padres: “Rogue Bee Invasion.
Women in Fort Collins, Colorado, are a little freer now that a federal judge has halted an ordinance prohibiting the public baring of female breasts.
Race relations are the worst they have ever been in America, a number of my white friends tell me. I have also heard radio and TV shows blame it all on the eight years of Obama's presidency.
DENVER ― Police have arrested a man suspected of hurling rocks and a Bible through the glass doors of an Islamic center in Fort Collins, Colorado, early Sunday morning.
Asked by a conservative radio host Saturday to “characterize his current relationship with President Trump and his team” and whether Gardner was a “persona non grata,” U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) said:
Gardner: “Oh, I’ve had a number of great conversations with the President.
Dear Mr. President,
I hear you don't read much, so I'll keep this short and simple.
Walls to keep people out are expensive and not very effective. History is littered with failed examples.