Colorado's congressional delegation condemned the violence that took place at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday after Trump supporters stormed the building and overwhelmed security.
Vice President Mike Pence presided over the resumption of proceedings in the U.S. Senate on Wednesday evening, several hours after the violent incursion by protesters supporting President Donald Trump.
The U.S. Capitol was transformed into a shocking scene Wednesday as supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the building, overwhelming police officers and sending the nation's lawmakers fleeing.
On Jan. 6, the United States Congress will gather in a joint session to tally the votes of the Electoral College, which cast its ballots in state capitols last month. In his role as president of the Senate, Vice President Mike Pence is slated to officially announce Joe Biden as the country's next president.
The list of Republican lawmakers who will oppose Wednesday's vote to certify the Electoral College results continues to grow, thereby trying to block former Vice President Joe Biden from becoming the nation's 46th president.
As Senator Cory Garner's term in the United States Senate comes to a close, former Colorado State Senators Mark Hillman and Greg Brophy look back on his accomplishments.
Several Republican congressmen from Texas said they will oppose certifying Electoral College votes on Jan. 6.
Missouri first-term Republican U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley announced Wednesday that he will raise objections to President-elect Joe Biden's victory in Pennsylvania.
U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas, sued Vice President Mike Pence in an attempt to challenge the results of some states' Electoral College votes.
The Electoral College in the United States confirmed President-Elect Joe Biden's win over Donald Trump, 306-232.