What is the role of physical books, words printed on paper, in 21st century libraries? Arizona State University is working to figure that out, both as Hayden Library undergoes a renovation but also through its work on a national program called Book Traces, which aims to find unique copies of old books on library shelves.
The Trump administration’s proposed federal budget doesn’t leave any room for the National Endowment for the Arts or the National Endowment for the Humanities, completely eliminating all of their funding.
The statewide teacher shortage has been at the focus of Arizona politics for years now. Currently, there are still more than 2,000 teacher vacancies in our state, and other states have been actively trying to recruit our teachers out of Arizona.
The Trump administration has been very clear in its efforts to fight — and even undermine — traditional media outlets and news sources. One of the people who has been especially out front as a voice for the administration in that vein is Kellyanne Conway, currently counselor to President Trump. We talk to Chuck Coughlin, president of HighGround Consulting.
Today in Washington, Congress is expected to vote on the American Health Care Act, the Republicans' proposed replacement for Obamacare. But, here in Arizona, supporters of Planned Parenthood will be rallying throughout the state to protest against the GOP’s efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare.
Maricopa County is No. 1 — in terms of annual population growth. The U.S. Census Bureau says Maricopa added the most people between July 2015 and July of last year — more than 81,000 people, or 222 people each day.
A federal Appeals Court says health-care providers may not pursue lawsuits against health insurers over reimbursement disputes under ERISA, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act. The ruling says lawsuits against Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona and a unit of Anthem were in line with at least four other federal appeals courts that have ruled on the issue.
A state senate panel passed a measure Tuesday that would set up what critics call “predatory loans." But it’s not just the language in the measure that has some concerned. It’s how the bill came to be in the first place.