Airpocalypse, a sleek, color-coded app, provides weather conditions in Chinese cities, shows air quality measurements and, perhaps most important, “shares your excitement” on clear days and “feels your pain” on smoggy ones.
The report, “My Life Is Too Dark to See the Light,” draws on interviews with 70 people, most of whom left their rural hometowns to live in more liberal-minded cities, like Beijing and Shanghai, where they engage in sex work to make a living.
The owner of a courtyard house dug five stories underground for an illegal extension, according to local news reports, setting off a collapse of aboveground structures and forcing the evacuation of 15 people.
Denver's independent monitor on Tuesday announced he is launching an evaluation of the police department's policies on shooting at moving vehicles after the fourth shooting in seven months of people who officers said were using cars as weapons.
Colorado's program granting driver's licenses to those living in the country illegally will be dramatically reduced starting Monday, with the number of offices offering the licenses dropping from five to one.
The 37 state-run industries that Colorado prison inmates work in are supposed to operate like normal businesses turning a profit while teaching workers job skills while helping pay for their incarceration.