How far to go in expressing support for the demonstrators demanding freedom, democracy and that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak step down vs. the uknowns and potential dangers involved if Egypt's leader leaves office?
Those are the thorny issues facing Obama administration officials as they try to answer questions about where the U.S. stands.
Conor Oberst has had a busy 10 years. He's released five albums with Bright Eyes and two solo roots-rock records, and has worked on a number of side projects. But he says taking a political stand is new to him.
Gay rights activists are criticizing Colorado Attorney General John Suthers for seeking to uphold the Defense of Marriage Act, which is being challenged in Massachusetts. At issue are federal benefits for same-sex couples.
Recent calls for civility in politics hit a bump in the road at the state capitol last week. KUNC’s Brian Larson spoke with Colorado Statesman Publisher Jody Hope Strogoff about that and the confirmation of a controversial member Governor John Hickenlooper’s cabinet that’s already causing partisan divisions.
Charlie Louvin, half of the legendary Louvin Brothers and oldest living member of the Grand Ole Opry, died Wednesday, Jan. 26 after a battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 83.
The Louvin Brothers were mainstays on the Grand Ole Opry in the 1950s and '60s, and their harmonies influenced countless alternative country artists, including Emmylou Harris, Elvis Costello and The Byrds.
A monster winter storm bigger than some places have seen in years churned toward the nation's midsection Monday as the region geared up its defenses against a potentially deadly mix of snow, sleet and ice.
While the Northeast has spent this season digging out from snowfall after snowfall, the Midwest has been comparatively unscathed. Not this time, forecasters say.
Up to 2 feet of snow was predicted for some cities, followed by a blast of Arctic winds. The storm is expected to carve a frigid path from Denver to New England by week's end.