International efforts are ongoing to limit human trafficking and punish offenders. Awareness has been raised, but activists consider it to be an uphill battle. We spoke with Cindy McCain about priorities going forward, including increasing penalties for human traffickers.
Technology can do lots of amazing things. But it also has the potential to lead to some really bad things. Marc Goodman is a global strategist, founder of the Future Crimes Institute, and author of "Future Crimes: Inside the Digital Underground and the Battle for Our Connected World."
President Donald Trump has signed an executive order to build a wall along the 2,000-mile-long U.S.-Mexico border. He remains resolute, despite the obstacles that stand in his way. One is the Tohono O’odham, the American Indian tribe that straddles the two countries. Tribal leaders say a wall would desecrate land they believe to be sacred.
Maybe you’ve undergone a pre-employment background check. You give a company permission to check your criminal record, traffic violations and maybe your credit history. You pass and get the job. Now, the founder of a Scottsdale-based company hopes its post-employment background checks will become the norm.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission began a special inspection at the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station near Buckeye on Monday. They’re looking for the reason an emergency diesel generator failed during a recent monthly inspection.
Homeless and at-risk veterans will have access to a one-stop shop of services this week. The Maricopa County StandDown event is designed to help former members of the military and to increase community awareness about the problems they sometimes face.
We use our smartphones all … the … time. But, at what cost? Nancy Colier has been studying this. She’s a psychotherapist based in New York City and author of "The Power of Off: The Mindful Way to Stay Sane in a Virtual World."
Picture this. You’re in Petrified Forest National Park, digging, and you come upon a fossil that makes paleontologists re-think what they know about a particular species. That did not happen to Annette McGivney, but it could have. The park hosts “regular people” for digs three times a year through the Petrified Forest Field Institute.