Authorities arrested four Chinese nationals Thursday who were involved in a scheme to falsely take college entrance exams. The students used the exam scores to gain admission to Arizona State University, Northeastern University, Penn State University, and, according to prosecutors, paid nearly $7,000 to do it.
When it comes to oil, Mexico is a major business partner to the U.S., and American investors are even looking into Mexico’s expanding energy market. But recent violent clashes in Mexico’s black-market oil could affect those investments.
Many Americans spend Cinco de Mayo filling up on traditional Mexican food and enjoying beer or margaritas as a way to mark this major holiday of Mexico. But do Americans celebrate Cinco de Mayo for the right reasons? To learn more, we talked with Rodrigo Cervantes of KJZZ’s Mexico City bureau.
Two thousand seventeen has seen box office numbers go up a little bit for the film business. The first blockbuster of the summer movie season was released this week, "Guardians of the Galaxy: Volume Two."
In late 1992, scientists were monitoring a construction site to a San Diego highway. They were collecting fossils of mammals that dated roughly to the Ice Age, when they came upon a site that had partial skeletal remains of an American Mastodon. With me to talk about this is Tom Demere, curator of Paleontology at the San Diego Natural History Museum.
Congress this week rolled back rules that had allowed states to set up retirement plans for their businesses and residents. With me to explain is Steve Jennings, associate state director of AARP Arizona.
After failing to bring the bill to a vote the first time, the Republican-led U.S. House has passed its replacement for the Affordable Care Act. While the bill has a long way to go before becoming law, it already has many in Arizona’s health care industry concerned. KJZZ’s Will Stone covers health policy and he joins me.