The July 2013 installment analyzes education trends in several dozen countries says the United States is falling behind in several areas – so much so that a second report is saying American competitiveness is at risk.
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The Broadway hit "Matilda the Musical" features a Colorado native--and now a Tony Award winner. Gabriel Ebert, of Lakewood, just won Broadway’s biggest award for best featured actor in a musical.
The housing market here is heating up. And that can be a real challenge for Latino home buyers, especially those new to this country. Latinos already lag behind whites in homeownership.
A drug that improved memory loss in mice could eventually do the same for people. Human trials begin soon at the CU School of Medicine on the drug Leukine.
Wednesday, the Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act, or DOMA, and made a ruling in the Prop 8 case-- California’s ban on gay marriage.
There are more classical music festivals per capita in Colorado than in any other state in the nation. That’s what Monika Vischer tells us.