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Tourism is one of the biggest industries in Arizona, and is significant in lots of other places, as well. But the way in which people travel can sometimes spark a backlash by residents of those destinations.
As more Americans are in worse shape, it’s getting more difficult to recruit physically fit people for the Army. And once soldiers actually enlist, they’re not necessarily exempt from their own fitness challenges.
US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says Canada and Mexico may be exempted from likely American tariffs on steel and aluminum, if talks on a renegotiated NAFTA go well. Here to talk about what the secretary’s comments may mean is Patrick Temple-West, a business reporter for Politico.
ASU has put Lawrence Krauss on administrative leave, while the university investigates allegations of sexual misconduct; Krauss has denied all of the allegations. Here to talk about this is Peter Aldhous, a science reporter for BuzzFeed News, who first reported on the allegations against Krauss.
When Cliven Bundy and his sons were in the headlines last year for the takeover of a remote Eastern Oregon wildlife refuge, it might have been lost that the original dispute was over his cattle grazing on federal lands.
The governing board unanimously voted to enter contract negotiations with Park City Schools Superintendent Ember Conley. “It’s not just education,” Conley said at a public forum Monday night. “It’s being able to help students to learn to grow and to reach their dreams.”
Tearing down something is quick, easy and often gratifying. What's more time-consuming and difficult is creating, building and constructing. However, the reasons why we are more likely to criticize than create aren't just about effort.
Public school students in West Virginia head back to school today after a statewide teacher strike that spanned three weeks finally ended on Tuesday. Educators and other state employees finally struck a deal on a pay increase with lawmakers in Charleston. Two teachers from the state give their assessment of the deal.
Educators around the state Wednesday are wearing red to raise awareness about the issues teachers face from low pay to under-stocked classrooms. “I’ve not seen this many teachers this frustrated since I’ve been in Arizona,” said Joe Thomas, who’s taught for more than two decades and now president of the Arizona Education Association.