he president of the largest union of health care workers in the U.S. says it will fight companies requiring its members to have mandatory COVID-19 shots as a condition of employment.
Gas stations in multiple U.S. states began to run out of gas after Georgia-based Colonial Pipeline, the nation's largest pipeline, fell victim to a cyberattack over the weekend.
The U.S. Census Bureau unveiled updated population counts for all 50 states Monday, shifting the fate of Congress and the Electoral College for the next decade.
Iowa, Florida, Wyoming, South Dakota and Texas have the least coronavirus restrictions and have fully reopened, according to a new analysis of state regulated coronavirus restrictions.
Severe weather can occur during any month of the year, but the peak activity usually falls during the months of March, April and May.
Flags across Colorado will be flown at half-staff Saturday to honor FBI Special Agent Laura Schwartzenberger, who was killed in Florida.
Florida U.S. Rep. Stephanie Murphy will introduce a bill to revise the federal background-check process to bar QAnon believers and those who participated in the Capitol insurrection from receiving security clearances necessary to hold government positions.
Colorado lost its bid to be the permanent headquarters to U.S. Space Command on Wednesday, a move the state's leaders say is politically motivated and will cost taxpayers.
Six locations, including four Air Force installations, have made the first round of cuts for those being considered for the new headquarters of U.S. Space Command, the Air Force announced.
A limited number of fans will be able to attend the Denver Broncos week three football game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.