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There’s been a major development in Arizona’s medical cannabis industry. A top dispensary operator and a wholesaler are merging with the goal of becoming the state’s largest medical marijuana operator.
Amid a nationwide investigation into opioid abuse, federal investigators are continuing to crack down on one of the nation’s largest opioid distributors. Two more former employees of Chandler-based Insys Therapeutics pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court.
Political comedy — or comedy based on current events — is becoming more common and popular. But that doesn’t mean everyone finds it funny or comfortable, especially when it’s part of a night out watching a stand-up.
The country's largest Latino advocacy group now has a new name. The National Council of La Raza was founded in Phoenix almost 50 years ago. But as of this week, the now-Washington, D.C.-based organization will be known as UnidosUS.
Maybe you’ve heard the phrase — or maybe you’ve used it, most likely derisively — to describe a house: a McMansion. And, there’s some evidence that since the Great Recession, people are starting to build these kinds of homes again.
AzMERIT is Arizona’s standardized statewide assessment for students, and the majority of students underperform on these exams. According to The Arizona Republic, unofficial statewide results show that despite this, there is continual, gradual improvement since the test first started being used in 2015.
The Trump administration has finally moved to appoint a new director of the National Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, but that still leaves nearly 45 high-level federal science and technology positions open.
From tool-making to socializing, scientists look to our primate ancestors to better understand our own human habits. The same goes for sleep, but human sleep behavior is different than that of many kinds of primates.