What do changing demographics look like for swing states in 2020? How about candidate demographics? We’ll take a look at that, and a look back at the history of impeachment, in this episode of the Brainwaves podcast.
U.S. foreign policy professionals should pay more attention to income inequality and rising costs for housing and childcare in states like Colorado, according to a new Carnegie Endowment for International Peace report prepared in part by the Leeds School of Business.
You can expect sports betting to become legal and taxable in Colorado, but the jury is still out on a push at the ballot box this week to overturn the Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TABOR) Amendment, according to this year's Colorado Political Climate Survey.
On this episode of the Brainwaves podcast, what were some of the long-term impacts of Nixon's resignation, did America ever truly heal, and given the state of politics, could Congress ever carry out impeachment in a bipartisan way ever again?
The Korey Wise Innocence Project at Colorado Law has seen a dramatic uptick in international attention since the May 31 release of Ava DuVernay’s Netflix docuseries "When They See Us," based on the wrongful convictions of five teenagers who became known as the "Central Park Five."
Real AI is lightyears away from the all-too-common sci-fi depiction of a heartlessly rational computer, though researchers are already grappling with ways to avoid the pitfalls you might see in the movies.