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What we eat and how we feed ourselves is inherently cultural and political in nature. On this episode, we explore how culture and politics end up on our dinner plate. Institutionalized racism in farming, “coming out” vegetarian to a family that thinks eating meat is a hallmark of masculinity, illegal shark fin soup and our ever changing views on breast milk.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey said that in his experience, when a woman complains about being sexually harassed, she’s generally telling the truth. But, the governor declined to call for Rep. Don Shooter’s resignation, saying the investigation should play out.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced results Thursday of a crackdown on members of the international gang Mara Salvatrucha, and five arrests were made in Arizona as part of the sweep dubbed Operation Raging Bull.
Power has shifted from the state to the county on monitoring dust and air quality around Tonopah near the giant Hickmans egg-laying facility. This comes after years of locals fighting for more control.
The Phoenix Suns haven’t won much lately, and the glory days of Steve Nash and Charles Barkley are fading memories. The team’s had a rocky start to the season. Maybe the Suns should throw in the towel now and join the roster of professional sports teams known for openly “tanking.”
The court entered a consent order against the defendants finding that they fraudulently solicited and received at least $1.8 million from approximately 112 commodity pool participants in connection with pooled investments in commodity futures and foreign currency exchange.
Scottsdale-based Axon, manufacturer of law enforcement equipment and technologies, answered investor questions Thursday during a quarterly results call. Sales growth for the company is mostly international.
Holiday revelers planning to find and cut their own Christmas tree this year will need to purchase permits beginning this weekend in a number of national forests throughout Arizona. It all depends on where you’re planning to find that tree.