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Denver, CO, United States

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Recent articles by Ryan:

Brazilian Soccer Megastar Neymar Accused Of Rape: Here's What You Need To Know

The Paris Saint-Germain player denied the allegations, and at the same time may have committed a cyber crime. → Read More

Former U.S. Senator Thad Cochran Dead At 81

The Mississippi Republican represented the state in Congress for more than 45 years. → Read More

Uber To Start Banning Riders With Low Ratings

“Respect is a two-way street, and so is accountability,” Uber said. → Read More

TSA Updates Policy To Address Flying With Medical Marijuana

Now clear to fly the friendly skies: hemp-derived CBD, and FDA-approved medicine containing CBD. → Read More

5 Percent Of Facebook Is Fake

120 million monthly active users on the platform aren't real people, the company said in a report Thursday. → Read More

Michigan Settles Lawsuit Over Prison Guards Who Bet On Inmate's Suicide

Corrections officers allegedly bet a sandwich that inmate Janika Edmond would threaten to kill herself. → Read More

Ohio State Doctor Abused At Least 177 Students, Report Finds

Dr. Richard Strauss was a faculty member at OSU for 20 years, and he spent much of that time as the athletics team physician. → Read More

Bill De Blasio Is Running For President

The New York City mayor joins more than 20 other Democrats — including two mayors — in an ever-crowded field. → Read More

Here's How Trump's New China Tariffs Will Hit Your Wallet

"There will be price hikes at Target, Costco, Home Depot and Walmart,” predicted one analyst. → Read More

Maine Drops Columbus Day For 'Indigenous Peoples Day'

"There is power in a name and in who we choose to honor,” Maine Gov. Janet Mills said Friday. → Read More

Vermont Poised To Officially Replace Columbus Day With Indigenous Peoples' Day

“It is a time to reflect on our understanding of our country’s history, both the good and the bad,” a New Mexico lawmaker said earlier this year when his... → Read More

FBI: Woman Who Prompted Closure Of Denver-Area Schools 'No Longer A Threat'

Sol Pais was the subject of an intensive manhunt after she flew to Colorado from Florida Monday. → Read More

Jeff Bezos And MacKenzie Bezos Finalize Divorce

Jeff Bezos walks away with 75 percent of the couple's Amazon stock. → Read More

Tim Ryan Announces 2020 Presidential Campaign

The U.S. representative from Ohio joins a crowded Democratic field. → Read More

Patagonia Takes A Stand Against Companies That Aren't Working To Better The Environment

The retailer is being more selective with its co-branded clothing, though current corporate customers are unaffected. → Read More

Baltimore Mayor To Take Leave Of Absence Over Questionable Children's Book Sales

Mayor Catherine Pugh made more than $500,000 pushing her "Healthy Holly" books on government partners. → Read More

If You Were Waiting For Apple AirPower, We Have Bad News

In a rare reversal, a product Tim Cook once touted on stage has been canceled. → Read More

Trump Suggests Obama Was Involved In Robert Mueller's Investigation

The president's claim echoes his earlier accusations of wiretapping. → Read More

A Women's Match Will Be The Main Event At WrestleMania For The First Time

WWE wrestlers Ronda Rousey, Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch are set to take center stage in April. → Read More

Fox News Unwittingly Exposes Its Free Speech Hypocrisy

In back-to-back segments, Laura Ingraham championed the First Amendment, then attacked it. → Read More