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Josh Meyer
An anti-fascist movement has been gaining traction in the U.S. Called Antifa for short, the group is known for its militant style and tactics. The activists have shown up at far-right rallies to counterprotest, toting semi-automatic weapons. Josh Meyer is a senior investigative reporter for Politico. He’s been writing about Antifa and its role in protests.
Sep. 11, 2017
BBC Look-ahead
There are big questions facing a number of countries around the world this week, including North Korea and Myanmar. With me to talk about what to expect in the coming days on the international stage is the BBC’s Rob Hugh-Jones.
Sep. 11, 2017
Colorado River
The Hualapai Tribe has agreed to end a decades-long conflict over Colorado River water rights in exchange for a $134 million pipeline that will supply water to the tribe’s Grand Canyon tourist attractions.
Sep. 11, 2017
Chef Smedstad
The Chandler native began his cooking career on a Coast Guard cutter on a desert island when he was 17. I spent a little time in his kitchen recently to find out a little more about what goes into his cooking.
Sep. 11, 2017
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Mohave County is the No. 1 county in Arizona to stretch a buck for seniors living on Social Security, according to a new report.
Sep. 11, 2017
R Street Institute
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has announced an approach that is reminiscent of a more traditional “law and order” effort on criminal justice. Skeptics have said that method hasn’t been effective before and that reforms are needed. One of those is Arthur Rizer, a National Security and Justice Policy Director for the R Institute, a Libertarian group in Washington, D.C.
Sep. 11, 2017
Wet Canyon on Mount Graham
U.S. Geological Survey research found that 82 percent of watersheds in western America will see significant sediment increase by 2050.
Sep. 11, 2017
Natalie Jan
As commercial jets flew overhead in and out of Sky Harbor Airport, individuals waited patiently for a parking space at Tempe Town Lake. They’re here to see the Healing Field.
Sep. 11, 2017
On Friday on The Show, we talked about so-called "checkout charity" from a sociological standpoint. Now we’re going to look at checkout charity from the business’ point of view. With me is Deborah Small, professor of marketing and psychology at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Sep. 11, 2017
FEMA
The Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, is the one we think about in the midst of natural disasters like Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
Sep. 11, 2017
The Phoenix City Council will decide on Tuesday whether or not to accept a citizen petition asking for a Phoenix Police Civilian Review Board.
Sep. 11, 2017
Officials in Santa Fe, New Mexico said about a dozen protesters of a public tribute to Spanish conquistadors were jailed over the weekend.
Sep. 11, 2017
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Millions heeded the early warnings and fled for safety. But as the weather dissipates, many do not yet know what awaits them at home.
Sep. 11, 2017
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A massive earthquake struck off the southern coast of Mexico last week. As rescuers attempt to survivors, families sleep outside in fear of aftershocks that have rocked the area.
Sep. 11, 2017
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A massive earthquake struck off the southern coast of Mexico last week. As rescuers attempt to survivors, families sleep outside in fear of aftershocks that have rocked the area.
Sep. 11, 2017
East Valley apartment construction
Service-related businesses are, once again, helping to drive the economy.
Sep. 11, 2017
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Whether or not the food you buy is genetically modified is still not clear, even after a mandatory labeling law was passed last year.
Sep. 11, 2017
Swift
It’s officially a done deal – two Phoenix-based trucking companies have become one.
Sep. 11, 2017
Flagstaff, Arizona
Flagstaff is sending a message to Congress calling for climate change action. And council members hope other Arizona cities will follow suit.
Sep. 11, 2017
Grant Woods
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich late last week filed a lawsuit against the state Board of Regents, for “dramatically and unconstitutionally increasing the price of base tuition and mandatory fees at Arizona's public universities by more than 300 percent since 2003.” Grant Woods is a former Arizona attorney general, and he joins me.
Sep. 11, 2017

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