It’s been 43 years since the Endangered Species Act was passed, and folks on both sides of the issue say changes are warranted. But what changes? And how? Joining us to discuss the ESA’s possible changes is Patrick Parenteau, a professor and endangered species expert at Vermont Law School.
Raytheon announced Wednesday a new contract from the U.S. Navy for F-18 aircraft. It comes just two weeks after the company announced a new surface-to-air missile contract awarded to its Tucson location.
Earlier this week, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced the vote on the Senate health-care bill would be held until after the Fourth of July legislative break.Sen. John McCain has said multiple time he’s disappointed in the way the legislation was written.
In an op-ed in USA Today, Senator John McCain says that the Russia threat is “dead serious.” During a Facebook Live town hall, he says he’s discouraged by the lack of effort by legislators to retaliate against Russia for their efforts to interfere in the 2016 election.
Immigrants in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program will continue to get in-state tuition at Arizona's public universities, at least for now. The Arizona Board of Regents voted 7-1 Thursday to wait for a state Supreme Court decision before making any changes to their current policy.
The city of Prescott says one its largest annual events will go on as planned, despite the Goodwin Fire, which has burned 25,000 acres. The Frontier Days World’s Oldest Rodeo and other events will go on as planned this weekend, city officials and event organizers said.
You’ve heard the saying, “walk a mile in someone else’s shoes.” But does that literally mean you have to put yourself in someone’s position in order to understand where they are coming from? According to a study published in The Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, it just might.