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CBP
A new federal audit found that the U.S. government has plans for a slew of different border walls to go up along the Mexican border, but has no determination of what they’ll cost.
Aug. 6, 2018
Do A City
How much do the voting habits of a city’s residents affect that city’s water conservation policies? Researchers have tried to find out, by putting together a database of nearly 200 American cities and their conservation policies.
Aug. 6, 2018
HRC: 46% Of LGBTQ Employees Still In The Closet
Businesses have made great strides in recent years in becoming more inclusive for LGBTQ employees, according to the Human Rights Campaign. But another analysis completed by the HRC shows there is still work to be done.
Aug. 6, 2018
Boas: Guns Made By 3D Printers Not Much Of A Threat
Now we’re going to check in with the Editorial Board of The Arizona Republic. It’s a regular segment where we talk about the big issues facing the state and the region — featured in the newspaper’s Viewpoints section.
Aug. 6, 2018
BBC Look Ahead: New Iran Sanctions Already Being Felt
The first series of U.S. sanctions against Iran are set to be reimposed on Monday after President Trump pulled the country out of the Iran nuclear deal.
Aug. 6, 2018
Professor: AG Changes Make Process As Difficult For Asylum Seekers
As the debate over immigration has focused on families at the border and funding for a wall, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has also been making significant changes to the country’s asylum system — changes that, some say, are making it as difficult as possible for asylum seekers.
Aug. 6, 2018
Are America
People share jobs, cars, clothes, so many things can simply be rented now. Does this signal the end of ownership, or at least a road that will lead us to that?
Aug. 6, 2018
Series Asks: Can We Save Arizona
Since 2002, wildfires have burned through nearly 2 million acres of ponderosa pine forests in Arizona since 2002 — and the forests that are left are at risk. So how are communities around the state mitigating that risk?
Aug. 6, 2018
AZ Conservationists Concerned Over New Stream, River Law
A new state law allows the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality to ask the EPA for permission to administer a program aimed at protecting rivers and streams, and conservation groups in the state are not happy about it.
Aug. 6, 2018
What
On Friday, a judge ruled that the DACA program (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) must continue. But the judge’s Friday decision comes with a caveat — Judge John D. Bates has given the Justice Department until Aug. 23 to appeal the decision.
Aug. 6, 2018
The Takeaway: Inside the Rally
President Trump has held more than two dozen rallies since winning the election, an unusual amount when compared to his predecessors. What is it like to be in the audience and what draws people to that atmosphere?
Aug. 6, 2018
Freeway Construction Spurs Phoenix Development
Construction is scheduled to begin soon for a large industrial development in southwest Phoenix.
Aug. 6, 2018
Report: Cities Buying From Amazon Hurts Public
People have been increasingly looking to buy stuff online, and that often means making their purchases on Amazon. But a new report argues cities and school districts across the country’s online buying is hurting the public.
Aug. 6, 2018
AZ Among Few Tackling Fintech Market Protections
Arizona's new Fintech sandbox is among a small patchwork of programs in the U.S. trying to protect American consumers in the growing mobile banking and payment app industry.
Aug. 6, 2018
Some Things To Know About Storm Insurance
With monsoon season in full force the past few weeks, some Arizonans may see damage to their homes. An insurance agent says there are some important questions homeowners should ask their insurance companies during the storm season.
Aug. 6, 2018
Election Security A Top Priority As Early Voting Gets Underway In AZ
Election integrity is being scrutinized after a tumultuous 2016 election. At the Maricopa County Tabulation and Election Center, the building is locked down and the staff is on full alert. Even guests using the bathroom need a chaperone.
More Arizona Election News
Aug. 6, 2018
Younger Workers Needed To Fill Long-Term Positions
Generation Y and Z workers look for perks and benefits. Generation X workers look for pay raises. Enterprise Bank & Trust’s nationwide survey gauges trends that business owners face.
Aug. 6, 2018
Which Cities Have High Ranking Neighborhoods
A new list ranks neighborhoods in Peoria, Tucson and Phoenix high for real estate buying and investing. Neighborhoods across the U.S. were ranked based on affordability, crime rates and more.
Aug. 6, 2018
Mexican Steel Imports Drop After Trump’s Tariffs
In May, the Trump administration announced a 25 percent tariff on steel imported from several countries including Mexico, one of five main suppliers to the U.S. The Mexican steelers are starting to hurt… and it may reach American pockets soon.
Aug. 6, 2018
Chinese Firm Wins Sonoran Solar Contract
JA Solar Holdings will provide the solar modules to the Puerto Libertad project, which is expected to generate up to 963 gigawatt hours, enough to power nearly 600,000 Mexican homes.
Aug. 6, 2018

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