The Trump administration had hoped that NAFTA renegotiations may be on the fast track, with serious consideration given to many U.S. proposals. But as of this week, it seems like the negotiations are stuck in neutral.
It’s a topic of conversation that’s been floating around for years: net neutrality. This week, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai is expected announce his final decision. It is widely believed he will “shrink the rules” surrounding net neutrality.
Nearly 800 children in Arizona died last year. A statewide team reviewed the circumstances surrounding every child’s death. They looked at police and medical records and determined the deaths of 330 children could have been prevented.
An investigation that reveals how pharmaceutical distributors are in some cases knowingly responsible for perpetuating the opioid crisis, and how the U.S. federal government appears unwilling to do anything about it.
High school students with trade skills like carpentry, welding and electrical work are in high demand these days. Some Valley contractors are so desperate for qualified employees they’re offering many kids both a job and funding for college as soon as they graduate. And all of that opportunity is starting to catch kids’ attention.
Earlier this year, Phoenix celebrated the opening of its first "Brownfields to Healthfields" project. Brownfields are often abandoned or closed properties that are overlooked for development because of contamination concerns. They can include former gas stations, landfills and manufacturing facilities.
Sometimes the details of city planning and zoning can feel tedious, but they often have a big impact on our neighborhoods. Right now there’s a controversy playing out in east Tucson about exactly this.
The American intelligence community has high confidence that there’s a link between Russian intelligence and outlets associated with hacked emails during the 2016 presidential campaign, including Wikileaks. But how did Wikileaks become associated with a foreign government in the first place?
Twenty-two years ago, Europe watched as 8,000 Muslims were massacred in the siege of Sarajevo. This week, the verdict against the man responsible for those war crimes is expected after a years-long trial in The Hague.