Retail marijuana sales and projected marijuana tax revenue are up in Denver, according to the Department of Excise & Licenses.
Sears Holdings Corp. identified 100 stores that weren't turning a profit and decided to close 72 of them in the near future.
Local news layoffs mean less journalists reporting on police, city halls and statehouses.
Researchers at MIT wanted to see how big of an economic benefit countries got if they followed through with their plans to reduce carbon emissions.
The Human Genome Project was created in order to figure out how our genes help create the people that we end up becoming.
The president claims Amazon costs the USPS "A FORTUNE." That's not the case, but the Postal Service could be making more money from Amazon.
The city of Boulder is expecting a $4 million budget shortfall for 2018, which city officials say is due to a flat sales tax revenue.
Toys R Us stores in the U.S. could close as soon as the beginning of this week.
MoviePass's CEO gave some novel insights into what personal information the company gets hold of when people sign up for its service.
Google makes billions of dollars from ad revenue, which makes some question why it would willingly censor certain profitable advertisements.
Although the U.S. is seemingly under a stream of cyberattacks, the motives for those attacks are as unique as the countries that carry them out.
Republicans wanted to drill in an-oil rich area of an Alaskan refuge for decades, and the political stars are perfectly aligned for that to happen.