The Human Rights Campaign recently released its annual Municipal Equality Index, which rates cities based on policies, services and laws. But how do the policies cities enact impact how people are treated?
A four-year project led by Northern Arizona University will examine how political boundaries can create ecological differences. Researchers will look at the edges between national parks and nearby land… from space.
Despite a recent spike in sightings in Arizona, Amy Burnett of the Arizona Game and Fish Department believes there is no indication that the bear population is on the rise around the state, only a rise in human population that may be unfamiliar with their presence.
Whether it’s Microsoft buying LinkedIn, Bass Pro Shops looking to take over Cabela’s or Google eyeing Twitter, mergers and acquisitions involving U.S. companies are on pace for the second biggest year since before the recession. One of the billion-dollar deals involves Arizona’s highest ranking company on the Fortune 500.
When The Arizona Republic endorsed a Democratic presidential nominee for the first time in its history last month, it received a lot of attention from political analysts and media outlets across the country.