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Congress could help provide long-awaited privacy protections for Americans, but it also risks halting important experimentation.

John Doran interviews the Appalachian Poet Maurice Manning, the subject of the latest Matter Is A Relative Matter film for Lush, whose latest collection of poetry brings forth the voice of Abraham Lincoln. Portrait by Steve Cody. Stills from Matter Is A Relative Matter courtesy of Rob Curry

The biggest song contest of the year is happening today, but viewers in many territories around the world won’t be able to see it.

Science fiction often provides a valuable roadmap for thinking about the future. In the case of “Legend of Sumeria” the future has arrived.

The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, which was passed decades ago, could finally see a long-overdue update for an era in which social media and IoT devices present new risks.

Corporations are raking in profits, unemployment is low, but wages are still stagnant—so only 28% of Americans can be considered financially healthy. Millennials, of course, are having a harder time saving money than any other generation. We hit the streets of NYC to ask people about what they’ve got in the bank.

Lexington Women's Health has five board certified obstetrician-gynecologists team medical professionals that have experience prenatal care, pregnancy care, gynecological exams, pap smears, contraception

A new accelerator program will help the five cities get past the usual resistance to bike and transit infrastructure and change their streets as quickly as possible.

Knox Countian Dustin Yother has only ever wanted to be a lineman—it’s in his blood. “My dad and two uncles were linemen, so that’s something that I’ve always wanted to do,” Yother says as he sits in

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The systems that have kept black families from building wealth in the U.S. were designed to do so. A series of initiatives are trying to build new systems that support equity and empowerment instead.

Railbird Festival celebrates music, bourbon, and equine experiences on the historic grounds of Keeneland in Lexington, KY on August 10-11th

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (May 17, 2019) — The Kentucky Court of Appeals today issued a ruling in the student privacy case between the University of Kentucky and the Kentucky Kernel, the independent student newspaper at UK
See court ruling in "Downloads" to the right, and following is a statement from UK Chief Communications Officer Jay Blanton
"We are gratified that another court…

Dropping one of these commonly used phrases in a job interview will ruin your chances of getting the gig, even if nobody tells you it’s why you didn’t get the job. So check yourself before you wreck yourself.

The Boone Center Grill is now open for the season. It is open to everyone in the campus community. Membership is not required.

Pei, who died this week at the age of 102, reshaped cities all over the world, practicing a brand of humane modernism that influenced what many people thought of 20th-century architecture.

The General Assembly made changes to Kentucky’s tax law during its 2019 session, albeit not the type of wholesale changes made in 2018. The most significant sales tax changes and several income tax changes are described below.
Sales Tax
In 2018, for the first time, legislators imposed sales tax on 11

The University of Kentucky will continue to accept paper and paper products* as part of its general recycling program, meanin there are no changes to what can be placed in all the general recycling containers throughout campus.

NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Go Build Tennessee recently appointed Stites & Harbison, PLLC attorney Jamie F. Little to their Board of Directors.

Authorities are asking people in a Central Texas city to conserve water after a spillway crumbled, emptying a lake of much of its water.