The movement to legalize marijuana is spreading rapidly as the legal sale of marijuana for recreational use begins its second year in Colorado. This past November, Oregon and Alaska voted to legalize the possession and sale of recreational marijuana. Last…
By Eric Tucker, Sadie Gurman, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — The three teenage girls from Colorado swapped Twitter messages about marriage and religion with recruiters for the Islamic State group, then set out for Syria with passports and thousands of dollars in stolen cash. Authorities intercepted them in…
By News Desk
Incumbent Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper won re-election in a tight race in Colorado, the Associated Press reported Wednesday.
By PBS NewsHour
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to preview next week’s midterm elections and discuss the current mood and priorities of American voters.
By Nicholas Riccardi, Jennifer Agiesta, Associated Press
DENVER — As a season of campaigning enters its intense final weekend, a new Associated Press-GfK poll illustrates the challenge ahead for candidates and their allies trying to rally voters around traditional wedge issues such as abortion and gay marriage.
By Grace Hood, KUNC
With Colorado's eligible voting population around 4 million and several tight midterm races, the state's new vote-by-mail system is being put to the test in 2014.
By Katie Kuntz, Rocky Mountain PBS I-News
Latinos could have an especially strong impact on races in Colorado, but even in the most contentious races there, candidates are largely staying silent on immigration reform, a motivating political issue to many Latinos, says Katie Kuntz of Rocky Mountain…
By Anya van Wagtendonk
The two candidates for Colorado governor will face off for the final time this election cycle at a Denver debate at 8 p.m. EDT (6 p.m. MDT) tonight.
By Bente Birkeland, Rocky Mountain Community Radio
Latinos make up about twenty percent of Colorado's population and continue to be a highly courted voting bloc. It's a group that more frequently votes for Democrats, but Latinos also turn out less often in midterm elections like 2014.
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — The federal government is recognizing same-sex marriages in seven more states. The states are Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin, Colorado and Nevada.
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