A group of Phoenicians is welcoming the change in season — without one bit of pumpkin spice. For rattle snakes, frogs and most other amphibious and reptilian residents of the Phoenix Zoo, fall means one thing: a nice, long nap.
More fallout emerges from an investigation at Hamilton High school in Chandler. Police allege the school’s former football coach and principal did not report allegations of possible sexual assault involving members of the school’s football team. Now those two men and the athletic director are being reassigned to other duties away from the school.
The fears that technology would isolate us from the rest of our community isn’t a new concept. People weren’t going to leave the house because they had to listen to the radio. Many are concerned now about a similar effect coming about because of social media.
The award-winning Pixar film "Inside Out" explored five specific human emotions: joy, sadness, anger, fear and disgust. But a recent study concludes we have a lot more than that — somewhere between 25 and 27.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions addressed a group of law enforcement officers in Boston on Thursday, in a speech that mostly focused on combating transnational gangs like MS-13. Joining us for some context to these comments is Jeff Thale, program director for the Washington Office on Latin America.
Germans head to the polls on Sunday, to decide whether or not Chancellor Angela Merkel will win a fourth term in that office. With me to break down the German elections is Volker Benkert, an assistant professor of history at ASU. He teaches modern German and modern European history.
This week on the Friday Newscap, we discussed Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey’s views on health care reform — including Graham-Cassidy —and the impact of Congressman Raul Grijalva getting arrested in a DACA-related protest, among other stories.
Great Hearts Academies — one of Arizona’s prestigious charter school networks — has fended off criticism in recent months for its transgender policy, which LGBTQ advocates calls discriminatory. Now some alumni who are upset with the policy are trying to get the school’s attention.
At least 21 diplomats from the U.S. and more from Canada have been afflicted with what U.S. government officials have deemed “health attacks.” To find out more, I went to a former senior adviser at the National Security Council Mark Feierstein. He's now at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.