There is a 60 percent recidivism rate in our state’s prisons. But, according to Sue Ellen Allen, founder and CEO of Reinventing Reentry, that is mostly to do with the many, often insurmountable challenges that former inmates face when they try to re-enter society.
We often think about teens as in a hurry to grow up, get out of their parents house and get out of high school. But the newest generation of teens doesn’t fit that mold. Jean Twenge is a professor of psychology at San Diego State University, and she looked at U.S. adolescents from 1976 until 2016 and how often they reported engaging in “adult” activities like drinking and dating.
Arizona does not have to reveal who provides its execution drugs, a judge ruled Thursday in a lawsuit arguing that the information would help the public determine whether the death penalty is carried out humanely and promote confidence in the criminal justice system.
The Arizona Commerce Authority has unveiled its new five-year plan. The ACA’s Board of Directors approved it last week. It calls for creating 80,000 new high-wage jobs over the next five years, as well as outlining other goals.
The relationship between the Trump administration and the nation’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities has been a tense one since he first took office. This week, seven months later, the Trump administration named an executive director for the White House Initiative on HBCUs. We speak to Adam Harris, who covered this meeting for the Chronicle of Higher Education.
Ford Motor Company has decided to temporarily shut down five of its plants in North America and Mexico. With me to talk about the broader issues is Jessica Caldwell, executive director of Industry Analysis for Edmunds.
Republicans have nine days to pass the latest draft for repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act. GOP needs sen. McCain's vote to pass the Graham-Cassidy bill, but McCain says it needs Gov. Ducey's buy-in.
Prosecutors in former Sheriff Joe Arpaio's now-pardoned criminal case face a deadline Thursday for explaining why they now believe the case should be dismissed and all rulings in the case should be thrown out.
More than 140 million Americans were affected by the data breach at Equifax, and those affects could be long-lasting. What if firms like Equifax had to have insurance before collecting our personal data?