Hillary Clinton’s solar plan would add more than $60 billion in new subsidies, according to a report released by the American Action Forum.
BOULDER, Colo.—Darryl Glenn is answering questions from a group of college Republicans about poverty, religious liberty, Black Lives Matter, and culture. It’s difficult to hear him over a rendition of Rihanna’s “Disturbia” by an all-male a cappella group practicing in the classroom nextdoor.
The National Institutes of Health is spending over $50,000 to study whether college students eat junk food when they drink.
The National Science Foundation is spending roughly $150,000 to make college engineering programs “inclusive” to LGBT students.
The National Institutes of Health is spending over $800,000 on a “virtual learning world” for poor teenagers so they can “experience possible selves.”
A four-year study was awarded to Research, Evaluation, and Social Solutions, Inc. to create an afterschool program for kids to play “Me Games” that use virtual reality.
A Department of Justice trial attorney was arrested for having sex on a train and assaulting an officer, according to an agency watchdog.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is encouraging middle schoolers to join “School Lunch Advisory Councils” where they learn to “nudge” their peers into eating healthy to comply with First Lady Michelle Obama’s lunch rules.
The agency featured a blog post Thursday by nutrition officials in Montana about how schools are using behavioral economics to create “Smarter Lunchrooms.” One example is putting up posters of basketball coaches to get kids to eat apples.
Regulations issued under the Obama administration could cost taxpayers roughly $350 billion, according to a new report released by Sen. John McCain (R., Ariz.).
The National Institutes of Health is in the process of having two “bicycle shelters” made for its headquarters, but will not say how much the purchase will cost taxpayers.
Democratic incumbent Sen. Michael Bennet (Colo.) will not participate in a scheduled debate next month against Republican challenger Darryl Glenn.