In just one month's time, more than 50 million American school kids will be headed back to the classroom. But, deep into the dog days of summer, policymakers and state officials still have not decided if these classrooms will be virtual or the real deal.
Former Colorado State Senator and Treasurer Mark Hillman thinks "Big Media" and "Big Tech" have too much influence on society.
Monday's United States Supreme Court decision allows states to punish presidential electors in the Electoral College who fail to follow their state's wishes.
Most Americans were sickened by the senseless killing George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer. For a day or two, we were unified, asking, "How could this happen?" and "What can be done so it doesn't happen again?"
Tailgating on the highway presents an obvious danger: drivers in a reckless hurry, traveling too fast, following the car ahead too closely. When someone taps the brakes, a chain reaction ensues, and the resulting collision is far worse than if everyone had been driving cautiously and responsibly.
Colorado Senator Jerry Sonnenberg disagrees with Governor Jared Polis' approach to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
The United States has hurled its first airstrikes in nearly a decade against Iran-backed militia forces in Iraq and Syria. Cloaked under the umbrella of a 'maximum pressure' campaign, whereby draconian U.S economic sanctions compel Iran to more worthwhile enterprises at the table of negotiations, it now seems evident, that, this 'political betrothal' is now steering the US into a new proxy war in the Middle East.
About 95% of BLM employees already work in the western United States. Why did the administration prioritize moving the agency's leadership away from Washington, D.C.
U.S. President Donald Trump's policy has boxed him into a situation where Washington and Tehran are edging close to war.
The killing of the Iranian general Qassem Suleimani signals an escalation in the US policy of assassination and targeted killing.