When it comes to presidential scandals, the Trump administration is not the first to weather storms. Republicans, both hardcore supporters and those who have pushed back in the past like Sen. Jeff Flake, remained largely silent.
A Phoenix-based mattress industry disruptor is merging with a long-running powerhouse competitor. Tuft & Needle will combine with Serta Simmons Bedding to form SSB. Tuft and Needle co-founder JT Marino says the new company will affect the industry in a dramatic way.
Maricopa County is growing, as is discussion about sustainability and trying to mitigate the impacts of summer heat. County Supervisor Steve Chucri has been talking and writing about this, and he joined The Show to share what prompted him to address issue.
Elected officials in Arizona and Sonora got together Tuesday in Phoenix, to talk about cross-border economic development opportunities. The meeting of the Ari-Son Mega-region was the first since recent elections in Mexico.
As humans we like to categorize, and with services like Ancestry.com and 23 and Me, we have new ways to figure out where we fit and where we don't. But what can we really find out that we don't already know?
On Tuesday afternoon, Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to several charges and his attorney tweeted explicitly that Donald Trump directed him to commit a crime. Manafort was also found guilty on eight counts of tax and bank fraud.
Since day one, the United States invasion and occupation of Iraq has been dependent on Iraqis to act as interpreters and guides. The job has come with considerable risk, especially in the wake of ISIS, who put targets on anyone associated with American organizations or military.
When you donate to certain charities, you can claim a tax credit on your Arizona tax return. KJZZ listener Willie Leonard was wondering about the impact of those donations — and he asked us to find out via Q&AZ. Q&AZ: Ask A Question About Arizona →
New reports filed with the Arizona Secretary of State's Office shows that the initiative, Clean Energy for a Healthy Arizona, has collected nearly $8 million. And almost every penny of that has come from a political action committee set up by California billionaire Tom Steyer.