Researchers found that a bacteria called E. gallinarum can travel outside of your gut and trigger an autoimmune response. And they were able to show that antibiotics can help treat that response — they even created a vaccine that worked to prevent it in the mice in their study.
With the proposals the Trump administration specified earlier this year, it aims to cut legal immigration by nearly half a million people, or close to 45 percent. David Bier, immigration policy analyst at the Cato Institute, is among those who believe the U.S. needs to update its legal immigration system — but not in the way the White House would like.
Women veterans are a growing population, and they’re the ones that Danielle Corazza wants to reach. She is a veteran herself and she’s also the new national outreach coordinator at the VA’s Center for Women Veterans.
Scottsdale’s Economic Development Department is working to repair the damage caused by a recent marketing campaign. Here to talk about the agency’s response to this controversy and what comes next is Danielle Casey, Scottsdale’s economic development director.
The cars you see you on the road with the big cameras on top are in a testing phase — and an accident like the one on brings up questions about who is responsible when the car involved was driving itself.
Salt River Project and SolarCity reached a deal Tuesday to end a lawsuit over rates charged to customers. While terms of the deal have not been disclosed, the settlement does not address the core issue of the original lawsuit.