For victims of intimate-partner violence, there is no place in their daily routine that is safe, even — and often especially — while they are at work.
Thanks to federal pandemic aid that helped keep Kentucky residents and businesses afloat, Kentucky ended 2021 with a substantial revenue surplus, and currently expects another large surplus in the summer of 2022.
Americans deeply value their First Amendment rights to freely worship and to freely voice their views, but we are deeply divided on how to apply and regulate those freedoms, a newly released survey discloses.
During my inaugural address, held on the Capitol steps in Frankfort less than two years ago, I said advanced manufacturing was an area where Kentucky was “poised to be a national leader — if we have the vision and the will to be bold.”
The Census Bureau has just issued its latest annual report, “Income and Poverty in the United States: 2020,” and American Enterprise Institute economist and blogger Mark Perry has extracted and summarized its highlights, as he does every year.