Technology changes in dramatic ways every day, and we’ve seen a lot of very popular programs simply disappear. But now a team from Yale University is working to restore some obsolete software applications. To learn more, The Show's Steve Goldstein is joined by Euan Cochrane, digital preservation manager at Yale.
A bill that passed the Senate and is making its way through the House would allow Arizonans to pay their income taxes with bitcoin. So, what does it mean that Arizona’s revenue authorities might recognize it? For more on that, The Show's Lauren Gilger got a hold Senator Warren Petersen, who introduced this bill.
A bill making its way through the state Legislature would require medical marijuana sold at state-regulated dispensaries to be tested for mold, disease-causing bacteria and “other harmful adulterants.” Here to talk about this is Will Humble, former director of the Arizona Department of Health Services.
As of two years ago, Stuart Graff took over as CEO of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Among his missions were clarifying Wright’s continued relevance and helping younger generations understand it. The Show's Steve Goldstein met Graff recently at Taliesin West in Scottsdale.
The environmental advocacy group Arizona Forward has named a new president and CEO: Lori Singleton moves to the organization after spending nearly 40 years at Salt River Project, where she also focused on environmental issues. Singleton joins The Show's Mark Brodie to talk about her move.
The shuffle in President Trump’s Cabinet continues. How significant is it that the head of the intelligence community is moving to become the nation’s top diplomat? Here to talk about that and other aspects of the president’s cabinet is Jeffrey Engel, director of the Center for Presidential History at SMU.
Some 7,000 U.S. Army soldiers were exposed to dangerous chemicals during top secret experiments at the Edgewood Arsenal in Maryland during the Cold War. Decades later, many of those soldiers haven’t been notified of the health consequences of those experiments.
Gov. Doug Ducey said his push for new school safety legislation will include a focus on gun sale background checks, but appeared opposed to closing a loophole that allows private sales at gun shows and in person without such a check. Meanwhile, activists, students and minority Democrats gathered at the Capitol to call on the Arizona Legislature to take action.
When President Donald Trump visits Southern California on Tuesday to get his first up-close look at the border wall prototypes, protesters and supporters will be there to greet him.
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