Researchers have been working on ways to make treating diseases more efficient and successful. Now, an invention from ASU scientists is helping that effort by allowing for the potential of discovering what ailments patients have before they start showing symptoms.
Arizona Supreme Court Justices heard arguments Tuesday over how far charter cities can go in enacting their own ordinances. Howie Fischer of Capitol Media Services was in the courtroom Tuesday, and joins me today.
Upon taking office in January, Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone laid out a long list of priorities. One of those was to restore confidence among communities of color that they could trust the agency.
The Arizona State Retirement System reduced the number of shares of Wells Fargo Bank stock it holds, according to its most recent filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the agency that enforces federal securities laws.
President Donald Trump said he’ll renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement with Mexico and Canada. That has a lot of businesses that do cross-border trade concerned. That includes some U.S. energy executives, though energy was excluded from NAFTA.
Military deployment has increased violence since the beginning of Mexico’s war on drug trafficking. That’s according to Froylan Enciso, the lead author of a new report from the International Crisis Group.
Deja vu for motorists traveling along Interstate 10’s final stretch near the Arizona-New Mexico state line. For the third day in a row, blowing dust from a San Simon farm temporarily shut down the interstate.
The National Academy of Sciences and National Academy of Medicine have issued a report that delves into the issue of when, and under what circumstances, it could be OK to use genetic editing tools on human embryos.