Arizona Sen. John McCain sat on Wednesday’s Senate Intelligence Committee hearing into the Russia probe and Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. He questioned why some information about the Russia probe was still not being made public.
Immigrant arrests under President Donald Trump have soared since he took office. But federal records show that the number of people crossing the border illegally has dropped. And that‘s slowly changing the face of deportees in Mexico’s border cities, creating a new group of deportees, and new rules for how Mexico will handle the influx.
You may think that sleeping longer or later on the weekends is good for you. But, University of Arizona researchers say changing your sleep patterns between work and play causes something called “social jet lag.”
Their solution is an app launched in May called AirGarage. “There’s an untapped resource sitting right in front of your house,” co-founder Jonathon Barkl said. “You could be making money, I could be saving money.”
While local civil rights and African-American leaders are calling for the removal of Confederate monuments in Arizona, the state’s historian says not so fast. State historian Marshall Trimble believes it would be a mistake to ignore history, as harsh as it may be.
On Tuesday, Arizona joined more than 40 states across the U.S. to proclaim June 6 “Secure Your Load Day.” It was back on June 6, 2006, when Paul and Toby Reif’s 29-year old son Matthew drove along Hunt Highway near Ellsworth Road.
The Trump administration’s decision to pull the U.S. out of the Paris climate agreement has alarmed environmentalists and generally has a lot of people worried about the future of alternative energy and levels of pollution we may experience. It’s in that environment that a brand-new partnership was unveiled between ASU and the Center for the Carbon Removal.
The Maricopa Association of Governments has partnered with more than 100 organizations since 2005 to form the Heat Relief Network and provide bottled water for homeless Valley residents who don't have access to clean drinking water.
Investigators are continuing to look into how much Russia inserted itself into last November’s election, and whether members of the Trump campaign or the administration were involved with that. But there’s a deeper issue of Russia spying on the U.S. — from inside our borders.