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Retail sales in the U.S. fell for a third consecutive month in February. And for an economy that has been increasingly consumer-driven in recent years, that could be an alarming statistic. Here to talk about it is Donna Hitscherich, a faculty member in finance at the Columbia University Business School.
The University of Arizona’s men’s basketball team is out of the NCAA Tournament, victims of one of the biggest upsets so far of the tourney. As KJZZ’s Phil Latzman tells us, the shocking loss ends a tumultuous season for the program now facing an ominous future.
Parts of California, Arizona, Colorado, Utah and New Mexico reported record dry conditions and high temperatures during the important snow accumulation period from November through January. The measly snowfall translates to worsening drought conditions.
Gov. Ducey said Thursday he will back laws designed to take guns from people who are a threat — precisely what is in a bill Rep. Randy Friese could not even get heard in the Republican-controlled Legislature.
The Western Governors' Association cataloged the top 50 invasive species in their region, saying the pests have already caused billions of dollars in damage to agriculture and infrastructure. One of them is cats.
Beginning in late 2016, workers from the U.S. and Canada reported unexplained illnesses in Cuba that many have said seemed to be “targeted attacks” and, potentially, part of a greater spy conspiracy. Cuba has denied that anything untoward was going on. To dig in more deeply and try to draw a firm conclusion, a group of electrical engineering professors got together to research the possibilities.