According to Arizona Department of Corrections, Corizon owed $200,000 and $210,000 for failing to meet performance measures in November and December 2017. Corizon also paid more than $150,000 for understaffing during those same months.
The Scottsdale Unified School District has faced increasing public criticism since the attorney general started investigating the district’s business practices. Tuesday the governing board is scheduled to consider the dismissal of Superintendent Denise Birdwell and Chief Operating Officer Louis Hartwell.
New research out of McGill University says smartphones are not making us antisocial — they’re actually proof that we are hypersocial. Samuel Veissiere is an assistant professor in the Culture, Mind, and Brain Program at McGill University and he helped conduct this research.
The Kerner Commision's report on race in America concluded that inner-city violence was being driven by poverty and institutional racism. Alice George, historian and contributor to Smithsonian.com, has written about the Kerner Commission 50 years after its release. She joins The Show's Steve Goldstein to talk about it.
President Trump toured prototypes of the border wall last week in San Diego, as he continued to emphasize how it would reduce crime and drug smuggling. And even while he has professed some support for so-called Dreamers, he has also talked about certain immigrants being “burdens on schools.”
Vladimir Putin was re-elected in Russia this weekend, which was not much of a surprise. His country faces a deadline in the U.K. this week, related to several diplomats there; here for our weekly look at the big international stories in the coming days is the BBC’s Camilla Mills.
The Russian government has been orchestrating cyberattacks against infrastructure networks in the U.S. and Europe for years. That’s according to a Department of Homeland Security report released last Thursday.