Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser is one of 24 state attorneys general to join in an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court this week arguing that Texas's abortion law will result in "negative health and socioeconomic consequences."
The Department of Justice on Monday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to temporarily block Texas's recently-passed law that bans abortions once a heartbeat is detectable.
Ahead of the busiest season of the year for the U.S. Postal Service, some Colorado labor organizers are voicing concerns about the latest policy changes.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell, 84, has died after complications from COVID-19.
Flags in Colorado and across the United States are being lowered to honor the memory of General Colin Powell.
A series of economic struggles that have grown increasingly worse this year will likely have a significant impact on the holiday season, many economic experts predict.
Federal education data shows that public school enrollment dropped 3% compared to the previous year. That means roughly 1.5 million students exited the U.S. public education system.
Californians have been concerned about wildfires for a long time, but the past two years have left many of them fearful and questioning whether any solutions to the fire crisis truly exist.
More than 200 million U.S. residents have gotten at least one shot of a COVID-19 vaccine with the expectation that the vaccines slow virus transmission and save lives.
After an 18-month delay, "No Time to Die" has reach theatres. Was it worth the wait?