Colorado so far does not have a seat at the table for a politically-fraught Sept. 25 meeting between U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and a bipartisan group of 24 state attorneys general to discuss consumer-protection and antitrust complaints against social media companies.
Looking west to California, where a wildfire just exploded into the largest in state history, Colorado forest officials and politicians had a “there but for the grace of God (and a lot of hard work)” moment on the flanks of Buffalo Mountain above Silverthorne Tuesday.
Deep in Colorado’s national forests, shadowy teams of people are clear-cutting underbrush, trenching hillsides for cultivation, diverting and damming streams to create reservoirs, and using chemicals that are killing fish and wildlife.
EDWARDS — Longtime Granby 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 of anti-government anger in ways that are dangerous for democracy and potentially deadly for innocent citizens caught in the crossfire. Brower should know. […]
Not since December of 2014, when Republicans controlled both chambers but not the White House, has a federal wilderness bill in Colorado been approved by Congress. The climate would seem even more unfavorable these days, with the GOP now firmly in charge of Congress and the executive branch and President Donald Trump using his power […]