Today's fact or fiction question is a little like the old chestnut: does throwing money at a problem always work? The answer's as old as the question: of course not (but it usually helps). I struggle with this basic inquiry because it's a question in search of a pat answer when none are available (the catchword is
Ron DeSantis was just asked about his controversial remark in which he said voters would "monkey this up" if they elected his African-American Democratic opponent, Andrew Gillum, to be governor, immediately drawing accusations of racism.
There is an ongoing federal investigation into public corruption in Tallahassee, where Andrew Gillum is mayor. The candidates were just asked about it, and his opponent, Ron DeSantis took the chance to accuse the Democrat of using "the office to benefit himself."
A team of astronomers has discovered a "supercluster" of galaxies named Hyperion, which can helps us understand just how some of the biggest structures in the universe came to be assembled, writes Don Lincoln
Superior officials will examine new mediums for how it communicates with residents, potentially shifting away from the traditional listserv platform and email blasts many small town communities have come to know in recent years.
In 1980, when Denver resident Gerald Armstrong purchased a property in Mead, a barn came with the land. Inside the barn was a damaged 53-pound gravestone. Still legible, however, was "Frederick Richardson, Died Feb. 11, 1876, Aged 73 Yrs. 19 Ds."