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Venezuelan election results were manipulated by at least 1 million votes. That’s according to the CEO of the company that provided the country with electronic voting technology. This has sparked protests and unrest in Venezuela. Joining me now to talk about all of this is journalist Mariana Zuñiga in Caracas.
The U.S. is becoming increasingly diverse, and communities like San Jose, Miami and Los Angeles are leading the pack. But that doesn’t mean those communities best reflect what the country will look like four decades from now. That designation, according to Jed Kolko, chief economist for Indeed.com, falls to Las Vegas.
Despite public input, not everybody is sold on the Desert EDGE project in Scottsdale's McDowell Sonoran Preserve. Jason Alexander is one of the directors of the group No DDC, which advocates for making sure any commercial construction in the preserve is put to a public vote, and he joins me.
On Jan. 25, Trump directed the Department of Homeland Security to hire an additional 15,000 immigration officers and border patrol agents. But a new report from the Office of the Inspector General shows they are encountering some serious problems in how long it will take to hire this many new officers and agents — and if they even need them.
Dr. Bob Duke and Dr. Art Markman discuss what's known as "imposter syndrome" — the practice of pretending to be the person you want people to see you as rather than who you truly are — and explain why it may just be better to start working toward your goals instead of faking it.
Eight years after the Great Recession ended, we’re seeing low unemployment, but many workers aren’t seeing their paychecks increase much. We continue our series “Phoenix at Work” with a look at one group hit especially hard.
Developers of Agritopia, a suburban community in Gilbert, plan to invest $70.3 million in the project’s next phase called Agritopia Epicenter. The Gilbert Town Council is set to vote on a development that includes $1.3 million in reimbursements for nearby infrastructure improvements and other fees.
The company says the expansion, encompassing 2.3 million square feet, will bring an estimated 300 jobs to the city. The jobs include data entry, shipping, warehouse work and online customer service representatives.