German chemist Fritz Haber has been called "a monster who fed the world." Haber won a Nobel prize for discovering a process that allowed for the creation of synthetic fertilizers but used this same process to orchestrate a brutal chlorine gas attack in World War.
Some businesses in Arizona, and across the country, have complained they can’t find qualified workers to fill their open jobs. So, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation has developed a new curriculum to help companies train and find the talent they need.
The fight over the Republican tax reform plan continues to play out, with 401(k) plans emerging as a key sticking point between members of Congress and the president. Heather Long, an economic correspondent for The Washington Post, explains.
At a luncheon with county supervisors, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey justified earlier funding sweeps and cost shifts from the state to counties. He also addressed reports that some of his staff received double digit pay increases.
Most people think of Alzheimer’s as a disease of old age. But the Alzheimer’s Association estimates there are at least 200,000 Americans under 65 living with it — including one Mesa couple, learning how to navigate life after a devastating diagnosis.
Navajo Nation lawmakers are scheduled to take up legislation to build an aerial tram into the Grand Canyon next week. A Navajo Nation Council spokesman says the Grand Canyon Escalade is the only item on next Tuesday’s special session so far.
The expansion of the railroad to the Western half of the United States was an important development in our country’s history. And, to do that, someone had to build it. A new documentary, "Metal Road," explores the Navajo people’s important role in this industry and its long history.
“To be competitive, you’ve got to run a kind of race I’m not comfortable running," he said. "I’ve got to sleep at night, look my kids in the eye and I can’t see, given the way the electorate looks to be looking at candidates right now, I simply can’t do it.”
Earlier this month, Netflix leaders said the company was going to greatly expand its offerings by spending $8 billion on original content in 2018. And Netflix will be de-emphasizing some of its non-original movie choices. So what does that mean for subscribers and competitors?