Patent attorney in Orlando, FL explains the history of patent law in the United States and the effect that certain key changes had on the U.S. over time.
And more on the Utes’ postseason.
Research shows that women work more collaboratively than men in groups and create more inclusive solutions to thorny problems. More women in Washington could bridge America’s yawning partisan divide.
While the rhetoric coming out of Washington has been decidedly lacking in empathy, statistics show it really shouldn’t be.
You might say that Tom Taylor rode the blue wave – but not for his own gain.
You can’t stop but laugh (and cry) at his.
Mark Zuckerberg isn’t the most beloved person on social media these days, and two days of grilling by members of Congress didn’t win him much sympathy from those tending the online fires of outrage over Facebook failures.
The rule of law of a once strong Republic now seems to be at the whims of those in charge.
It’s time for all Americans to join the brave leaders who are working to end gun violence.
Yes, the 2018 midterm elections are already looming large, and big donors have started staking their claims and bankrolling their aims.
Days of finger pointing interspersed with the occasional half-hearted attempt actually to negotiate a spending bill led to a government shutdown over the weekend, and in the immediate aftermath, Social is more annoyed with Republicans than Democrats.
Democrats in Congress have promised to force a vote to preserve the policy.
A Republican group effort in Congress and the White House led to passage of the most substantial tax bill in decades, and as per usual, President Trump wants the world to recognize the part he played in it all.
Shireen Ghorbani, half-Iranian Utah transplant declares as she begins run for Congress.
Since 1997 the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) has provided affordable health coverage for kids in low-income families.
While one killer died, the other walked free.