Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake and North Dakota Sen. Heidi Heitkamp introduced bipartisan legislation Tuesday that would extend protections for immigrants in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
“A key takeaway, in my opinion, is that we had a room full of white parents and community taking (sic) about identity, stereotypes, and race,” facilitator Matthew Whitaker said. “This is extremely important and rare.”
Patrick Brower was the publisher and managing editor at the local newspaper in the small town of Granby, Colorado, when rumors started swirling in town about “gunplay and a tank.” Then, on June 4th, 2004, those rumors came true. Someone had fortified a bulldozer with concrete and was headed his way.
State regulators in California approved new rules on Monday that will allow driverless car testing with an empty driver’s seat for the first time in the state. This is already happening in Arizona. Now that California is loosening its restrictions. What does this mean for Arizona?
All Alaska residents get a check from the state every year; the money comes from a fund that was created from oil revenues. Some researchers wanted to find out if that kind of arrangement could work in other places, and whether getting essentially free money from the government dissuades people from working.
Every tragedy brings us face to face with the stages of grief. Traditionally, those five stages — as defined by Elisabeth Kubler Ross — start with denial. But some observers have noticed that the grief related to the recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida, has manifested itself more with anger.
As the #metoo movement has taken down powerful man after powerful man in Washington and Hollywood, the national conversation has shifted to sexual harassment in the workplace. And it’s become clear how big a problem it is. But a new study out of the University of Arizona sheds a light on another, lower-level kind of harassment at work: incivility.