The Energy Roundtable and the Sonora Summit, or Cumbre Sonora, will be held this Wednesday and Thursday in Hermosillo. According to their organizers, Arizona representatives will travel to the summit as part of their continuing trade partnerships and to foster new alliances, and some new players could be added soon to the so-called "megaregion."
Journalist David Gregory was near the top of his profession — hosting the Sunday program, "Meet the Press." Then that high-profile job faded away after six years, when Gregory received a phone call from his boss in the summer of 2014 that he was out. That finality sent Gregory into a deeper exploration of religion and spirituality.
When former White House press secretary Rob Porter resigned, it was revealed he was working under an interim security clearance. Part of the reason there is that there is a massive backlog of people waiting to be given security clearance — it’s been reported that it’s 700,000 names long — keeping the entire procedure mired down.
Arizona’s 4th District Congressman, Republican Paul Gosar, has been in the headlines lately for some negative aspects. It’s been focused on his tendency to take statistics out of context or accuse certain political opponents of treason. In a recent editorial, The Arizona Republic took Gosar to task for his approach to politics.
The yearlong litigation between Waymo and Uber ended suddenly Friday with a surprise settlement. Uber is paying Waymo $245 million and promising that it won’t use Waymo’s technology in its own self-driving cars. Aarian Marshall is a transportation reporter for WIRED magazine. She's been following the story and joins us now.