Do minorities have any voting rights that the U.S. Supreme Court’s present majority is bound to respect?
Republicans look determined to try to ascend again in Washington by parroting former President Donald Trump's stolen election lies.
In a 50-plus-minute press conference on April 22, two doctors who own and operate urgent care centers in California’s Central Valley told a Bakersfield, Calif., television station that they had...
The University of Colorado Boulder and the Colorado Department of Education are making plans for in-person learning this fall. Your take?
In an era in which “Google it!” has become an unofficial national motto, your web browsing history can reveal a lot about your most intimate interests and activities, from medical...
This week, the United States is set to pass another sorrowful milestone in the coronavirus pandemic: 100,000 dead from COVID-19. It bears repeating: One hundred thousand Americans dead.
Editorial roundup for May 25, 2020.
The coronavirus offers important lessons on the need to reduce the threat of climate change. For starters, we’ve learned there is a heavy price to be paid for ignoring repeated...
After twice voting down electronic petition-signing, the Boulder City Council is discussing it again. Your take?