The United Nations says there’s been a significant increase in the number of children used as human bombs in Nigeria by Boko Haram militants. How do violent and traumatic experiences in childhood affect those kids as they grow up, and how can experts help them?
Despite the Trump administration’s decision to pull the U.S. out of the Paris Climate Agreement, more and more nations — and communities in America — are looking to increase their renewable energy use.
Voters in Prescott approved a measure that will raise the city’s sales tax rate to help pay down the city’s $78 million pension debt. The vote will raise residents’ sales tax by three-quarters of a percent and pay for pension benefits for police officers and firefighters.
Now that President Trump has formally pardoned former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, we wanted to check back in with Robert Weisberg, a professor of criminal law at Stanford and co-director of the school’s Criminal Justice Center, to get his take on it.
A controversy erupted this week over an event being held in Chandler next month: the Rockin’ Taco Street Festival. One of the events at the festival stood out to the Little People of America’s Arizona Chapter because of an offensive word used in its title.
This week, the CEOs of the so-called “Big Three” U.S. airlines — American, Delta and United — are in the nation’s capital to talk to some of the Trump administration’s cabinet members. They’re concerned about competition from some carriers based in the Middle East — Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, in particular.
The far-reaching economic effects of Harvey are still just beginning to emerge — from rising fuel prices at the pump to disruptions in our food supply. One industry that’s been immediately affected is the trucking industry.
How will we live in 20 years? Or 50? Or 100? A one-of-a-kind, only-in-LA plot at the very end of Mulholland Highway inspired some of the world's best designers to think hard about the home of the future, in Los Angeles and beyond.
At a disciplinary meeting Thursday morning, the Mesa City Council voted unanimously to remove Ryan Winkle from office. He was accused of violating the code of ethics and displaying conduct demonstrating a lack of fitness for office.
With a deadline looming, President Donald Trump remains torn over the fate of hundreds of thousands of young immigrants who were brought into the country illegally as children — a decision that will draw fury no matter what he decides.
A federal judge has blocked part of a controversial immigration enforcement law in Texas, known as SB4. Joining me to talk about what will and will not be allowed to take effect Friday is Brandon Rottinghaus, a political science professor at the University of Houston.