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Boas On President Trump
President Donald Trump offended millions of people around the world when it was reported by media outlets and a number of senators that he had used a derogatory term for certain countries in the developing world.
Jan. 15, 2018
 Diane And Bruce Hall Foundation Contributed To Charitable Groups Across Arizona
The wealthiest man in Arizona, Bruce Halle, died late last week. Through the Diane and Bruce Halle Foundation, he contributed a lot of money to charitable groups around the state.
Jan. 15, 2018
BBC Look-Ahead: VP Mike Pence To Visit Middle East This Week
Vice President Mike Pence will be visiting the Middle East later this week. The trip comes a month later than originally scheduled.
Jan. 15, 2018
Pfizer Gets Out Of Research For Parkinson
Pharmaceutical company Pfizer recently announced it would no longer fund research into treatments for Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases.
Jan. 15, 2018
Looking At Arizona
Arizona has had a long, and not always good, relationship with civil rights.
Jan. 15, 2018
Who Is Going To Run For McSally
Arizona’s second Congressional District is now an open seat, with Rep. Martha McSally’s official decision to run for the U.S. Senate.
Jan. 15, 2018
Gov. Ducey Proposes Millions Of New Dollars For Education In Budget Proposal
Last week, they kicked off their 2018 session, and on Friday, Gov. Doug Ducey released his proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year.
Jan. 15, 2018
The Takeaway: Hawaii
On Saturday, a false missile alert caused panic in Hawaii. The ease with which it was sent out hints at some of the flaws in America's current nuclear preparedness systems.
Jan. 15, 2018
The Takeaway: Fighting For The Dream Of Economic Justice
What might a mass mobilization effort in support of the poor look like in 2018? The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. provided a blueprint 50 years ago that still inspires today.
Jan. 15, 2018
Bill Would Allow Substitute Teaching Hours To Count Toward Teachers
Lawmakers wanting to plug the gaping hole as teachers abandon Arizona's public schools have a plan to speed up certification.
Jan. 15, 2018
Gov. Ducey
To avoid a gas tax hike, the governor's $10.1 billion budget includes "preventative" and "maintenance," but no major construction.
Jan. 15, 2018
LGBT Elders Could Be Hurt By Religious Exemption Laws
Last month, a report titled “Dignity Denied: Religious Exemptions and LGBT Elder Services” found that increasing religious freedom laws could hurt LGBT elders.
Jan. 15, 2018
HiRISE Camera Reveals Ice Buried In Mars Cliffs
A University of Arizona-run camera orbiting Mars has detected ice a few meters under the planet's surface. That bodes well for future human exploration.
Jan. 15, 2018
Flu Cases Continue To Increase Across Arizona
More than 11,000 lab confirmed flu cases have been reported in Arizona.
Jan. 15, 2018
Arizona Officials Respond To Hawaii Incident
A false alarm on a missile attack went out in Hawaii Saturday. As a result, Arizona officials are preparing to double check the alert system here
Jan. 15, 2018
Former Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano Says DACA Ruling Is Not Enough
Former Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano sued the federal government over the rescinding of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA. A judge ruled in Napolitano’s favor.
Jan. 15, 2018
Sen. Jeff Flake Disagrees With Trump On DACA And The Press
Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake commented on DACA and President Donald Trump's attitude toward the press on ABC's "This Week."
Jan. 15, 2018
Despite Trump’s Attacks, Mexican Auto Production And Exports Increased
Last year, president Donald Trump attacked Mexico's auto industry. After his accusations, some analysts expected a drop in the production and sales in Mexico - but the numbers proved them wrong.
Jan. 15, 2018
Education Advocates React To Gov. Ducey
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has unveiled a $10.1 billion budget plan for the next fiscal year. K-12 education advocates aren’t satisfied with the proposal.
Jan. 15, 2018
High Demand For New Mexico Green Chiles Leaves Restaurants Scrambling To Find Local Supplies
Red and green chiles have been part of New Mexico’s culture for more than a century. But today, demand is starting to outpace supply, meaning many restaurants are now struggling to make it through the year on their locally grown stashes.
Jan. 15, 2018

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