It’s just a few weeks until midterm election day on November 6. But, as you’re making decisions about who to vote for, the president of the National Association of Secretaries of State recently said that cybersecurity is keeping many of them up at night.
Many times we use metaphors not only to illustrate what we are talking about but also to denote that we belong in a certain group. In this edition of Two Guys on Your Head, Dr. Art Markman and Dr. Bob Duke talk about the psychology of metaphors and framing discourse.
In a year in which we’ve seen countless powerful men taken down by women who accused them of sexual harassment or assault — #MeToo story after #MeToo story — you might expect people’s attitudes toward victims of sexual harassment have softened.
Former Arizona gubernatorial candidate Ken Bennett is making one last legal effort to get the public to reimburse him for campaign expenses. Bennett is asking a judge to order state and county election officials to allow him to prove disqualified signatures are legitimate
The artificial intelligence that guides self-driving cars will need to clear moral guidelines on how to make life-or-death decisions. But can we all agree on what those rules should be? A new study tried to find out.
At an interview on a Friday in his office, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich wore a blue suit, red tie and black Nikes. I complimented his shoes and Brnovich said they get him flack from fellow Republicans. For Brnovich, the culture war over Colin Kaepernick does not tip the scale against being fiscally conservative.
Bernie Sanders was in Arizona Tuesday, speaking to crowds in Tucson and Tempe. The Vermont senator and former presidential candidate stumped at rallies for David Garcia, the Democrat running for governor.
In the final days of the Obama administration, a bipartisan Congress passed the 21st Century Cures Act. Part of that bill authorized nearly a billion dollars to the states in emergency money to help get people into treatment for opioid addiction.