The Federal Reserve's policy-setting committee lifted interest rates on Feb. 1, 2023, by a quarter of a percentage point to a range of 4.5% to 4.75%.
Scientific studies are often confusing because the results are different. Dietitian Leanne McCrate helps provide some clarity.
(Colorado News Connection) The United States was designated a backsliding democracy in late 2021, when it appeared on a prominent European think tank's annual global ranking. Today, half of the world's democratic governments are on the decline, according to The Global State of Democracy, a report released by the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA) this past November.
Despite inflation, a tight labor market and fears of a recession, a record number of new businesses started operating in the fourth quarter of 2022 in Colorado and many other benchmarks are positive, according to a report by the University of Colorado and the secretary of state's office.
This rich red sauce combines ground beef, carrots, celery, onion, tomatoes with a touch of milk for added creaminess. This sauce is slow simmered and delicious served over any favorite pasta.
Arizona Senate President Warren Petersen introduced legislation to tackle the state's affordable housing crisis.
Millions of Americans with student loans are anxious to hear if the Supreme Court will uphold President Joe Biden's plan to offer up to $20,000 in student debt relief.
A Utah lawmaker has proposed a bill which could impose stricter restrictions and regulations for public employees.
Income-eligible Coloradans can now apply for up to $1,044 in rebates for property taxes, rent, and heat payments, Governor Jared Polis's office said Monday.
Google's stance on sustainability has always been extremely positive, so much so that it has become an integral part of who they are as a company.