Education expert available to media as lawyers hash out the affirmative action case on whether Harvard University’s admissions policies negatively impact Asian-Americans.
In Nielsen v. Preap, SCOTUS could decide how long immigration officials can detain someone living in the country illegally after a criminal detention.
Horror expert and English Professor Stephen Graham Jones can define the modern zombie and discuss the legacy of the film Night of the Living Dead.
CU Boulder experts are available for media interviews on hearings regarding Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh and accusations of sexual impropriety.
The United Steelworkers union is inching toward a possible strike involving thousands of workers; CU Boulder economist Jeffrey Zax is available for media interviews.
Nearly 1.5 million people in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia are under orders to evacuate as Hurricane Florence, now a Category 4 hurricane, barrels toward the Mid-Atlantic Coast.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday proposed allowing states more freedom to set greenhouse gas emission standards for coal-fired power plants.
CU Boulder Earth Lab and Center for Environmental Journalism faculty experts are available to discuss increasing frequency and potential impacts of wildfires across the United States.
CBS chief Les Moonves stepped down following multiple accusations of sexual harassment. Leeds School of Business experts are available for media interviews on the #MeToo movement.
CU Boulder experts are available for media interviews about the fate of the national anthem kneeling rule, race in sports, concussions and more.
President Donald Trump met with Russian President Vladimir Putin Monday in Finland. CU Boulder political science expert is available for media interviews on the meeting and U.S.-Russian relations.
As the U.S. and China are escalating trade tensions, CU Boulder economist and former Department of State chief economist Keith Maskus is available for media interviews.
The Supreme Court ruled that public employees who opt out of joining unions cannot be required to pay collective bargaining fees. Labor economics expert can provide context, analysis.
In a 5-4 ruling Tuesday, the Supreme Court upheld President Donald Trump’s third travel ban. CU Boulder law experts are available for media interviews to break down the decision and its implications.
The Supreme Court ruled warrants are generally needed for police to track a person’s cell phone location data. CU Boulder experts can talk about the case.
President Donald Trump announced on June 18 his intention to launch a "Space Force," a branch of the U.S. armed forces that would oversee outer space. CU Boulder expert available to discuss.
The European Union’s newest attempt to regulate how companies can use people’s data is complex, confusing and expensive, according to Alison Cool, an assistant professor in anthropology.
House lawmakers announced Wednesday 237 members of Congress are backing a resolution to force votes on four separate proposed fixes for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA).
A reported Department of Homeland Security draft plan would mobilize the National Guard for immigration enforcement. CU Boulder experts are available to address the plan.
CU Boulder faculty experts are available to speak with media about cybersecurity, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Russian foreign relations.