A federal judge has ruled that Arizona’s ethnic studies ban was enacted with discriminatory intent. The judge was particularly critical of former state education leaders Tom Horne and John Huppenthal who helped pass and enact the law.
Arizona Corporation Commissioner Bob Burns is asking the Arizona Supreme Court to void last week's vote giving Arizona Public Service permission to immediately charge its customers an extra $7 a month.
T-shirts, hats and signs with the words “Make America Great Again” dominated the crowd of supporters at President Donald Trump’s rally in Phoenix on Tuesday night. President Trump did not mention Sens. Jeff Flake and John McCain by name, but his speech made it clear he was unhappy with the pair.
Phoenix police say people threw rocks and bottles at law enforcement, prompting them to use pepper balls and pepper spray around 8:40 p.m. to clear the area after President Donald Trump's rally at the Phoenix Convention Center on Tuesday night.
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It might still sound like science fiction to most of us, but we’re not so far from a world in which robots have taken over a large portion of our jobs. So what does that mean for the rest of us non-robots? Well, that’s what Katherine Ludwig and co-author Ed Hess tackle in their new book, "Humility is the New Smart: Rethinking Human Excellence in the Smart Machine Age."
Early Monday morning, the United States Navy reported that a warship, the U.S.S. John S. McCain, was involved in a collision with a freighter off the coast of Singapore that left ten sailors unaccounted for. It's an incident that’s certain to call attention to the U.S.S. Fitzgerald and its recent crash off the coast of Japan, which left seven dead.
Every presidential administration has leaks, but the Trump administration has made prior White Houses seem like they simply had tiny drips — instead of the current deluge. Former Chief of Staff Reince Preibus was painted as a leaker, which was reportedly part of the reason he lost his job.
A group of Arizona lawmakers and business leaders is on its way to Mexico this morning. They’re part of a bipartisan trade delegation that’ll spend the week meeting with some of their counterparts in Mexico.
The State Parks Department has fired a long-time official, who’s been out on long-term disability leave. It’s the latest incident involving a state employee’s firing. Craig Harris has been covering this for The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, and he joins us.