The U.S. national debt has increased by 16 percent since President Donald Trump took office in 2017.
The Fed cut rates for the third time in as many months - something practically unheard of in a strong economy.
Elizabeth Warren's education plan comes at cost of over $100 billion per year during the next decade.
The Social Security Administration has paid billions of dollars in benefits to ineligible people, including those who have died.
Colorado received the third highest disbursement from the Department of Interior for oail and gas production on federal lands in the state.
More than 80 percent of states have recovered tax revenue levels from the Great Recession, with Colorado in second place for the rebound.
Tax breaks intended to help redevelop economically disadvantaged areas have been extended to places which do not meet eligibility criteria.
Colorado ranked the sixth lowest in the nation for starting teacher's salaries in 2018.
U.S. retails sales fell in September, driven in part by a decline in auto sales and gas prices. It is the first drop since February, and sparked concern about the overall health of the economy.
Colorado ranked 22nd in the nation for first quarter tax collections at $3.3 billion.