If you were paying close attention during the 2016 election cycle and watching the national networks or listening to radio coverage, the pundits and former politicians you were seeing and hearing tended to lean heavily toward men.
As election day gets closer, many school districts have their fingers crossed that area voters will say yes to a variety of local property tax initiatives next Tuesday. Those initiatives typically take the form of a bond or an override to give schools extra funding for a variety of things.
As we’ve looked at the shifting landscape of the post-Recession Valley in our “New Neighbors” project a lot of what we’ve heard has focused around the question of displacement. As prices go up are people being pushed out? Are we sacrificing diversity in the name of development? In short, are we gentrifying?
The 17th-annual Scottsdale International Film Festival begins Thursday morning with the Colombian movie, "Bad Lucky Goat." The festival began in 2001 in the wake of the terrorist attacks of 9/11. Its founder and executive director is Amy Ettinger, who is with me.
The Federal Communications Commission later this month is expected to change the rules limiting ownership of newspapers and TV stations in the same market; some of those regulations date back to the 1970s.
This week’s attack in New York was called an “act of terror” by Mayor Bill de Blasio. One person who has been very outspoken about events that are often called “acts of terror” or “terrorist attacks” is Zuhdi Jasser. Jasser is the president of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy. He’s also a medical doctor and lives here in Phoenix.