William Perry Pendley is still leading the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the federal agency in charge of most public lands, and has spent the past few weeks rotating between Washington, DC, and the agency’s new headquarters in Grand Junction, Colo.
Gabriella Novello is a D.C.-based journalist covering Colorado's congressional delegation. She recently graduated from American University's School of Communications, and interned with USA TODAY Sports. In addition to the Colorado Times Recorder, Gabriella is an election integrity fellow with WhoWhatWhy. Reach her on social media @NOVELLOGAB.
WASHINGTON DC– With climate change on the minds of voters across the country heading into the 2020 election, a U.S. House panel met Friday to debate a bill boosting technology that would trap and store carbon dioxide, the principal gas causing global warming, from major polluters like the transportation and industrial sectors.
WASHINGTON DC — Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos weighed in on a host of issues during the Colorado Christian University’s annual president’s dinner Wednesday night at the Museum of the Bible, at one point drawing comparisons of the abortion rights debate to the ending of slavery.
Since President Donald Trump took office, the number of inspectors tasked with ensuring the safety of drugs imported into the United States declined by more than 10 percent, leaving lawmakers to question the quality of imported prescription drugs, which account for about 40% of prescription drugs used in the U.S.
Again today, Gardner's office declined to answer questions from the Colorado Times Recorder about whether he'll vote to remove Trump from office -- or if he thinks it was appropriate for the White House to prevent administration officials from testifying before Congress.
Gardner Remains Silent on Trump’s Dealings With Ukraine, But Calls on State Department to Name Russia a “State Sponsor of Terror”
U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) remains silent on whether President Donald Trump withheld military assistance to Ukraine — a country actively fighting a Russian-backed insurgency — to try to force an investigation into a political rival, but during a hearing today on the U.S. policy toward Russia, Gardner called Russian President Vladimir Putin a “thug” and urged the State Department to officially list the country as a “state sponsor of terror.”
WASHINGTON — With the media spotlight in Washington D.C. focused on impeachment, a bipartisan group of House lawmakers met Wednesday to find long-term solutions to the national climate crisis.
WASHINGTON — At a congressional hearing yesterday, Boulder Democrat Joe Neguse asked how it takes for a service member to receive a response to a request for certification of honorable service in order to submit their citizenship application.
Like Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO), Republican Senators up for reelection in competitive states next year still refuse to say whether they consider it appropriate for President Donald Trump to ask a foreign leader to investigate a political rival.
WASHINGTON — During a combative hearing Wednesday on how to end the gun violence epidemic in the United States, Congressman Joe Neguse, a Boulder Democrat, said “assault weapons have no place in civilian hands,” while, at the same hearing, Republican Congressman Ken Buck, of northern Colorado, said the AR-15 is needed to kill “predators that are trying to disturb individuals, or trying to kill chickens or disturbing agriculture in some way.”