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Arizona House Votes To Expel Rep. Don Shooter
The Arizona House has voted to expel a Republican Rep. Don Shooter of Yuma over sexual harassment allegations.
Feb. 1, 2018
The Takeaway: How Unions Fracture Along Economic Lines
As workers in white-collar industries are increasingly unionizing, organizing efforts in lower wage industries have failed. What does this revelation say about the state of the divided American economy? Ruth Milkman, a sociologist of labor and labor movements at CUNY, discusses the divergent trends in union efforts.
Feb. 1, 2018
County Attorney: Not All Hamilton Victims Have Come Forward
Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery is ready to move forward in the Hamilton High School football sex assault case, but believes not all of the victims have come forward.
Feb. 1, 2018
Arizona Lawmaker Wants To Ban Display Of Disparaging Native American Sports Logos, Names
A Native American lawmaker wants to ban the display of the name or logo of a sports team if any of Arizona's 22 tribes finds it “disparaging.”
Feb. 1, 2018
Arizona Republican Lawmaker Calls On Rep. Shooter To
Breaking from Republican leadership, Majority Whip Kelly Townsend said Wednesday she will vote to expel Rep. Don Shooter if he doesn’t resign.
Feb. 1, 2018
Bats Thrive In Arizona
Thousands of Arizona mines have boomed and busted in the state’s history. Now, decades after the heyday, the federal government and scientists are working to keep humans out of abandoned sites while still inviting bats in.
Feb. 1, 2018
Tribal Telecom Addresses Need For Internet Connectivity
The FCC has just issued a March 30 application deadline for internet service providers, in a $2 billion auction, to expand wire line and wireless broadband in unserved rural areas across the country, but it does not include rural tribal lands.
Feb. 1, 2018
 Phoenix Punishes 5 More Employees Over Burton Barr Library Flood
Five more city of Phoenix employees have been punished as a result of flooding at Burton Barr Library last summer. The flooding caused an estimated $10 million in damage.
Jan. 31, 2018
Is The $10,000 Degree Still A Thing?
A few years ago, some colleges and universities were starting to implement a new model for education: the $10,000 degree. Eric Kelderman, senior reporter at the Chronicle of Higher Education, gives us a sense of where this idea stands now and what it’s future might be.
Jan. 31, 2018
Report On Health Effects Of E-Cigarettes Has Mixed Messages
On one hand, e-cigarettes seem to be less harmful than traditional cigarettes. But on the other hand, kids who vape may be more inclined to smoke later on. To help understand the results, The Show's Mark Brodie is joined by Adam Levinthal, director of the University of Southern California Health, Emotion and Addiction Laboratory.
Jan. 31, 2018
How Will Mexicans
Mexicans’ views of Americans have plummeted since the election of Donald Trump. The Show's Lauren Gilger spoke with Christopher Wilson, deputy director of the Wilson Center’s Mexico Institute, about these new findings and what’s next in U.S.-Mexico relations.
Jan. 31, 2018
 Reporter: Puerto Rico Post-Hurricane Recovery Is Uneven At Best
Four months after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, FEMA announced that emergency food and water services are wrapping up. Joanisabel González, a business reporter at El Nuevo Día, says recovery is uneven at best on the island, though it’s not fully the federal government’s fault for the sluggish pace.
Jan. 31, 2018
 Arizona Bill Deals With Debate Over State Rights, Federal Land
A bill making its way through the state Legislature is bringing the debate over states rights and federal land front and center.
Jan. 31, 2018
 Is Civil Discussion The Exception In American Society?
Is civil discussion the exception in American society today? Are we more likely to wave off or talk over someone who disagrees with us?
Jan. 31, 2018
As Shooter Faces Censure Vote, What
State Rep. Don Shooter has been stripped of all of his committee assignments and faces a censure vote after a report investigating allegations of sexual harassment against the Yuma lawmaker was released Tuesday. With me to talk about the report and what comes next at the Capitol is Howie Fischer of Capitol Media Services.
Jan. 31, 2018
Phoenix-Area Nonprofit Teaches Teens The Root Of Healthy Relationships
Several years before the #MeToo and #IHave hashtags began a movement rallying support against sexual harassment and abuse in the workplace, another movement was already underway here in the Valley. One local nonprofit has been teaching teens how respect, empathy and trust are at the root of any good relationship.
Jan. 31, 2018
Schweikert, Gallego Weigh In On Trump
And for another perspective on the president’s State of the Union speech, I’m joined by Republican David Schweikert, who represents Arizona’s 6th Congressional District, and Democratic Congressman Ruben Gallego of Arizona’s 7th District.
Jan. 31, 2018
Two Guys On Your Head: The Presenter
When thinking about how we present ourselves, we might think that the more good stuff we tell the prospective employer, the better. However, that's not really the case.
Jan. 31, 2018
The Takeaway: What Watergate Can Teach Us About Today
Leon Neyfahk, host of Slate's Watergate podcast, "Slow Burn," explains how the scandals of the Nixon White House can put today's political climate into perspective.
Jan. 31, 2018
Lawsuit Challenges Federal Recovery Plan For Mexican Gray Wolves
Advocates want to protect endangered species, say that Trump administration plan puts wolves in more danger.
Jan. 31, 2018

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