Northern Mexico and Arizona share the same star-sparkled sky... as well as the interest to explore it. That’s why institutions from both sides are partnering to build a new telescope in Baja California, hoping to learn more about space.
The U.S. International Trade Commission is scheduled to send its recommendation to the president on Monday for a 35 percent tax on solar panels imported from countries like China, but solar proponents claim this recommendation will cost green jobs.
A few years ago, the Federal Trade Commission testified it had received more than 42,000 fraud complaints from the military community. The FTC says service members are especially susceptible to financial fraud.
In July, President Trump sent out a surprising Tweet, declaring an end to transgender members of the U.S. military included the assertion that caring for the health needs of those members is too costly.
In June, Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin gave the annual State of the VA speech and the prognosis for the department remained grim. One in 10 time-sensitive appointments are not being booked within recommended time frames; computer and inventory systems are woefully out-of-date; $2.6 billion in major construction needed on hospitals and clinics — and that’s just the beginning.
David Campbell of Chandler has been to hell and back. The 45-year-old Army veteran served in the first Iraq War in 1991 as one of the first soldiers in Baghdad to push back Saddam Hussein's Republican Guard. Later in the conflict, he was caught in a bunker with his partner and nearly didn’t make it out.
Two brothers have started production at their cidery in downtown Mesa. Josh and Jason Duren are the people behind Cider Corps. They’ll host an open house on Veterans Day as their first public event, serving up apple cider.