National Hispanic American Heritage Month will be marked Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. CU Boulder experts can discuss the array of issues facing the Latinx community.
As state attorneys general begin investigations into tech companies, CU Boulder experts are available for media interviews on antitrust and privacy issues.
With Sioux City presidential forum this week, expert available for media interviews on Native American voting
The 2020 Democratic primary field will focus on Native American issues this week at a forum in Sioux City.
As students head back to school across Colorado, experts are available on issues ranging from full-day Kindergarten to youth activism.
Political Science Professor Ken Bickers is available to discuss why fundraising during the “invisible primary” is so vital to candidates.
Paul Chinowsky, director of CU Boulder's Program in Environmental Design, co-authored a chapter of the federal government's latest climate report.
In Nielsen v. Preap, SCOTUS could decide how long immigration officials can detain someone living in the country illegally after a criminal detention.
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.
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.
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.
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.