Gowdy joins Democrats in probing Trump administration’s use of personal email

The Republican chairman of the House Oversight Committee and its top Democrat asked the Trump administration Monday for more information about the use of personal email accounts by senior officials - a day after it was revealed that Jared Kushner, the president's son-in-law and senior adviser, acknowledged using such an account for official business.


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Michael Bennet calls Graham-Cassidy “disgraceful” in first — and maybe only — hearing on teetering Obamacare repeal effort

U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet said Monday that the latest Republican effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act was “disgraceful” and that lawmakers would be better served by crafting narrow legislation that would address problems in the individual health insurance market.


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Read the Congressional Budget Office report on the GOP’s Graham-Cassidy health care legislation

The non-partisan Congressional Budget Office released its report Monday on the GOP's Graham-Cassidy health care legislation, which unwinds Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act.


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Colorado’s overall economy is thriving — but not all communities are making gains, new survey shows

Colorado is among 10 states that have the most dynamic economies in country, but areas, particularly in the south of the state, are among distressed communities that are spread throughout the country, according to a new study


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Supreme Court postpones hearing on Trump’s travel ban

The Supreme Court has postponed for now a hearing on President Donald Trump's power to ban immigrants from certain countries while it considers whether a new order issued Sunday night makes the case moot.


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In Mexico, $2 per hour workers make $40,000 SUVs

Why have Mexican auto salaries stagnated or declined while pay for Chinese auto workers rose, despite all the promises that North American Free Trade Agreement would increase Mexican wages? That's the question U.S. negotiators are asking as the third round of NAFTA talks resumes.


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Utah, state GOP battle over nominations at Denver-based federal appeals court

Utah Republicans pressed ahead Monday with a legal battle that has divided the party for three years, arguing before a federal appeals court that a state law changing how political parties nominate their candidates is unconstitutional.


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Colorado’s revenge porn law brings nearly 200 charges, but getting convictions is a challenge

A Colorado law designed to punish people for revenge porn -- posting intimate photos of former lovers or spouses on the internet following a break-up -- has resulted in nearly 200 charges since it was passed three years ago, but securing convictions and guilty pleas has been a challenge.


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WATCH LIVE: Michael Bennet, other senators scrutinize Graham-Cassidy health care bill in first, and possibly only, hearing

Colorado's U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, a Democrat, and other senators are getting an opportunity Monday afternoon to question the GOP's Graham-Cassidy health care bill in a committee hearing.


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Aspen Skiing Co. chief Mike Kaplan blames Donald Trump for 30 percent decline in visits from Mexicans

Aspen Skiing Co. president and CEO Mike Kaplan said the major reason for a 30 percent drop in visitors from Mexico in the 2016-17 ski season was "xenophobia radiating from the Oval Office."


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