French President Emmanuel Macron is in Washington this week, marking the first official state visit of the Trump presidency. It includes a ceremony at the White House and an official state dinner today, as well as an address from Macron to a joint session of Congress on Wednesday.
The Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments today for the third gerrymandering case of this term. Previously, the court accepted cases involving gerrymandering disputes in Wisconsin and Maryland. This newest case involves redistricting efforts in Texas.
In the world of TV sports journalism, it’s commonplace these days to have women on the sidelines adding “color commentary” to the action on the field. But you can count the number of women who’ve given play-by-play calls in the booth for a regular season game on one hand.
Judges are supposed to be impartial. But because they’re human beings, they occasionally bring their own thoughts and maybe even biases to a case every now and then. Even U.S. Supreme Court Justices can be affected — they are selected and approved by politicians, after all.
Last week, consumers and businesses across the country were warned to toss out any romaine lettuce they suspect might be from Yuma. An E. coli outbreak from romaine grown in that area has made more than 50 people in 16 states sick.
Just about every kid is embarrassed by their parents at some point in their lives. But for children whose parents are behind bars, the level of stigma and shame can be hard to manage — and there are more Arizona children in that position than you might think.
Many health conditions start with a crisis, and then get managed over time. A special kind of mental health center in the West Valley is trying to do the same for young people with psychosis: the First Episode Center.
A U.S. Border Patrol agent who fatally shot a teenage boy across the border in Mexico was cleared of the most severe charge against him by a Tucson jury, Monday. The jury deadlocked on two lesser charges.
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In the first six months that Flagstaff’s Office of Labor Standards has been tasked with enforcing the city’s minimum wage, the office received over a dozen complaints. Investigations are now pending in a handful of them.