Enviros Say They've Gotten Anti-Fracking Constitutional Amendments On A State's Ballot

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
A WPX Energy natural gas drilling rig north of Parachute, Colorado, December 9, 2014. The economy of Parachute, with a current population of approximately 1000 people, was devastated when thousands of workers lost their jobs on "Black Sunday" in 1982, after Exxon terminated the Colony Shale Oil Project. The current rise of hydraulic fracking in natural gas retrieval has given a cautious hope to the town's inhabitants, who know market demand and price can effect their local economy. (Reuters/Jim Urquhart)

$14.5 billion in lost economic output and 104,000 jobs

Students Lose BILLIONS In Aid Because They Can't Fill Out A Form

Daily Caller News Foundation | Blake Neff
President Barack Obama tours the Community College of Allegheny West Hills Center with students in the Mechatronics program in Oakdale, Pennsylvania

The overwhelming Pell Grant form stops many students from filing for aid

Freezing Global Warming Activists Huddle Inside Senate To Protest Keystone Dems

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch

They bundled up to withstand the frigid blast of Arctic weather and protest against pro-Keystone Democrats…

Colorado's Hispanic Voters Take Aim At Dem Senator Over Immigration Reform Delay

Daily Caller News Foundation | Greg Campbell

‘How are you supposed to get people energized and mobilized when nothing is happening?’

Colorado Dems Condemn Washington Redskins, But Not La Veta Redskins

Daily Caller News Foundation | Greg Campbell
NFL: Dallas Cowboys at Washington Redskins

Or the Lamar Savages or the Eaton Fighting Reds

Ken Buck leads 'thin' GOP field to unseat Mark Udall

Daily Caller News Foundation | Greg Campbell
Candidates On Tape

The trick now is to stay gaffe-free

Ken Buck runs for Senate again, hopes to unseat Mark Udall

Daily Caller News Foundation | Greg Campbell
Candidates On Tape

‘Colorado has endured a weak voice in the US Senate for too long’

Sen. Bennet accepts DSCC chairmanship - TheDC

Elections | Alexis Levinson
Michael Bennet

‘This will not be an easy job’

Democrats still hunting for DSCC chairman - Roll Call

Politics | Chad Brady (admin)

Majority Leader Harry Reid has struggled to find a taker for the DSCC job for the next cycle, when 23 incumbents are up for re-election

Bennet: Dems likely to revisit health law - The Hill

Politics | Chad Brady (admin)

Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet says Democrats “didn’t do enough the first time around on cost containment” in their healthcare measure

Report: Bennet wins Colorado Senate race - Denver Post

Politics | Pat McMahon

The Denver Post is projecting that the Democratic incumbent has defeated Republican nominee Ken Buck

LCG prediction: GOP will win back House and Senate - TheDC

Politics | Steve Lombardo

CEO of Lombardo Consulting Group predicts GOP wave will be huge

A state-by-state glance at Tuesday's election - AP

Politics | admin

A look at the key races in the 50 states

Campaigns put kids front and center in new ads - TheDC

Politics | Amanda Carey

Some candidates are using their children in ads, as Election Day draws nearer

Colorado Senate race deadlocked - Public Policy Polling

Politics | Pat McMahon

Poll: Republican Ken Buck and Democrat Michael Bennet are tied at 47% each

Women fear economic issues most this election

Opinion | Amy Oliver Cooke

Women are concerned about the economy and the national debt, not abortion.

Democratic Senator won't bash Tea Party in debate - TheDC

Politics | Alex Pappas

Michael Bennet dismisses Tea Party ‘racist’ charge in TV showdown with Republican Ken Buck

Buck stands by remark about gays - AP

| admin

In a debate with Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet, Ken Buck says he hasn’t abandoned conservative positions