Gold Dome: Independence Day Edition

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Sen. Cory Gardner said we’re moving toward a military conflict with North Korea and called for a global embargo of the country.

Ten patients are thought to have used Colorado’s aid-in-dying system so far.

An activist group is trying to end partisan gerrymandering in Colorado and to give unaffiliated voters more power in the process.

Mike Coffman is hoping to reach the Hispanic community in the 6th District with a Spanish-language Twitter account.

Colorado’s Secretary of State is helping the federal government in its search for voter fraud by handing over public voter records.

A new government tracking tool is giving lobbyists and the public a new way of keeping tabs on local agendas — at a price.

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch returned home for the Fourth to participate in the Niwot parade.

The case against drones might be building, as UAVs disrupted firefighting efforts four times at the Lightner Creek Fire.

Aspen set the bar high with 100 percent of its electric utility’s power coming from renewable sources.

An environmental activist group in Boulder is seeking to eliminate plastic straws.

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