Eight years ago, Hillary Clinton famously said her campaign for President put “18 million cracks” in the proverbial glass ceiling. Thursday night, she became the first woman ever to accept a major party’s nomination for president.
You could say the aerospace industry has taken off in Arizona. In fact, you could say it’s soaring. A new study by PricewaterhouseCoopers puts Arizona at number one in the U.S. for aerospace manufacturing attractiveness.
A new report by the group Grassroots Leadership called “Indefensible: a Decade of Mass Incarceration of Migrants Prosecuted for Crossing the Border” studied, in part, what effect immigration policy has had on the court system over the past decade. Report:
For those people not at the DNC, they’re still searching for information about it. And, Google’s Data Editor, Simon Rogers says those search topics have been changing over the course of the convention.
Technology could be the key to better doctor-patient interactions. Arizona State University researchers say facial recognition and voice analysis may help health care workers communicate better with patients and build trust.
In attempts to change the culture of harassment, the National Park Service is investigating just how extensive complaints of sexual harassment have been at national parks, is setting up a confidential hotline and for the first time, is appointing a woman to oversee the park.
Chief among the attorneys' concerns is their claim that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is increasingly denying parole for immigrants with verified asylum cases and no criminal records. Some of their clients have relatives or children who are legal residents or U.S. citizens.