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Climate change is making monogamous albatrosses divorce – new research

Not all relationships end in “happily ever after”, and birds are no exception. While more than 90% of bird species form monogamous couples, many of these will end in divorce. The reasons for splitting... Read more »

Some pandemic policies continue after vaccine rollout in Illinois

With vaccines available at the beginning of 2021, many thought the end was near for the COVID-19 pandemic. Now 12 months later, the pandemic continues. The state entered Phase 5 of its... Read more »

Marijuana? Graffiti? Denver schools limiting calls to police

A message in red letters tops Denver Public Schools’ new guide for school staff about when they should call the police. “You make a difference in breaking historical patterns of inequity!” it... Read more »

A failure at 6? Data-driven assessment isn’t helping young children’s learning

Children’s early years from birth to the age of eight are crucial for their social, emotional and intellectual development. However, early years education in Australia is fragmented. It operates across two spaces, the pre-compulsory... Read more »

California officials voice support for Newsom’s COVID-19 mitigation measures

Several California leaders on Thursday voiced support for Gov. Gavin Newsom’s efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19 as cases continue to rise across the state. On Wednesday, Newsom announced several new measures... Read more »

Denver’s average rent increased 17% year-over-year

Denver’s average rent increased by 17% year-over-year to $2,700 per month, according to the latest monthly figures from the Seattle-based real estate firm Redfin.  The city’s average rent payment is now nearly... Read more »

Delayed COVID relief puts some Colorado child care owners in jeopardy

When hundreds of Colorado child care providers recently filled out surveys about their financial well-being, the desperation was palpable. One wrote, “This is so stressful.” Another said, “We are behind on rent.”... Read more »

Connecticut residents have option for digital vaccination card

Connecticut residents now have the ability to store their COVID-19 vaccination record on their smartphones, Gov. Ned Lamont said. In a news release, the governor said the digital vaccination cards mirror paper cards... Read more »

Vaccine mandate ruling could hurt supply chain, amplify labor shortage in Virginia

A U.S. court of appeals ruling that will allow the federal government to impose a vaccine mandate on businesses could hurt the supply chain and amplify the labor shortage in Virginia and... Read more »

Four Finalists Chosen for Climate-Change Hub on Governors Island

Governors Island has its top four for a new climate hub. Four university-led teams are in the final stretch to win the right to build a new center for climate change and... Read more »