Reuters reported on Wednesday that 28 pharmaceutical companies are set to raise prices on over 250 drugs this year. This comes even as President Trump has made reducing the price of prescription medications a core part of his administration's healthcare agenda.
Women in Arizona who are seeking abortions now have to answer more questions from doctors about why they’re getting the procedure. That’s according to a new state law, which went into effect this week.
Even as the number of white Americans who self-identify as Christians has dropped rather significantly over the past decade, there is other evidence to suggest that, as people move away from traditional religion, they are more likely to desire a different form of spirituality.
Affordable child care is key to keeping families together — and kids out of foster care. But, last year, lawmakers failed to accept $56 million in no-strings-attached federal funding that would go to help low-income working families afford childcare for their kids.
Jordan Pickett is in her third year at Mingus Union High School in Cottonwood. And she wants to blend in with the rest of the junior class, but every day when she goes to school, she feels embarrassed by something that she has to wear: a red badge.
The federal government shutdown is in its 13th day, and thousands of workers remain out of work or on furlough. The National Parks system is also deeply affected, with a large percentage of them currently closed.
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Arizona’s outgoing Senator Jon Kyl said he kept busy during his brief tenure in the U.S. Senate. Kyl made his parting comments about four months after he was appointed to fill the late Sen. John McCain’s seat.
An international team has found that meltwater from beneath the Greenland ice sheet is brimming with methane. The findings suggest glacial melt could provide substantial amounts of the greenhouse gas globally.
What that means is now the Arizona Board of Education can withhold up to 10 percent of the state funding Murphy gets until its finances are in compliance. The next state board meeting is the end of January.
ICE officials have been dropping off migrants at some local churches, and the holidays and government shutdown haven’t slowed things down. If anything, activists say, resources are strained by the number of migrants needing assistance.