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Littwin: Now that Sullivan recall bid has failed, does state GOP...

For those who wonder why Republicans keep losing in Colorado, we give you the latest GOP fail, in which Kristi Burton Brown, vice-chair of...

Littwin: Colorado GOP, with a bad case of recall fever, picks...

I didn’t know how things could possibly get worse for Colorado Republicans after their disastrous showing in the 2018 midterms, but I guess I...

Hickenlooper names judge who presided over trial of Aurora theater shooter...

Gov. John Hickenlooper, cementing his imprint on Colorado's Supreme Court, on Wednesday appointed Judge Carlos A. Samour Jr. to the state's highest court. Samour,...

Guns, guns and more gun (bills) at the state Capitol this...

Update: In a hearing that lasted for more than eight hours, the House State Affairs Committee Wednesday killed all three gun bills on its...

Three jurors — not one — held out to keep Aurora...

James Holmes’ mental illness convinced not just one, but three jurors from deciding he should be sentenced to death, an Aurora theater shooting juror...

Mitigating factors won’t save James Holmes from possible death sentence

James Holmes is still eligible for the death penalty, a jury determined Monday. After three hours of deliberation, all 12 jurors have decided that the...

Aurora theater shooter’s parents offer mute support for his life

CENTENNIAL -- Day after day since the Aurora theater trial started in April, Arlene and Bob Holmes take their seats in Courtroom 201 of...

Reader’s View: Two tragedies in Aurora

The Aurora theater shooting trial has been going on for almost a month now and as testimony continues, it is apparent that the shooter’s...

Colorado GOP gun rights bills go down in lopsided battle

“This bill proposes that the answer to gun violence in the schools is to put more guns into the schools. I’m not surprised, because that’s the gun lobby’s answer."

In debate, Romanoff lashes incumbent Coffman to most-terrible Congress ever

The old joke -- that the worst part of running for Congress is winning -- doesn't get the problem exactly right, not this year at least.