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Investigators are determining what caused a 2016 Olympic athlete to drown in 6 feet of water. Investigators aren’t sure if 31-year-old Olympic runner David Torrence was swimming late Sunday night or taking a dip Monday morning when he drowned in a Scottsdale condominium pool.
With the threat of a lawsuit to end the program looming, President Donald Trump will soon have to decide the future of DACA. A coalition of groups plans to hold daily protests outside ICE headquarters in Phoenix, and demand the government protect young immigrants.
When Candice Jackson, acting head of the Education Department's Office of Civil Rights recently said that “90 percent” of campus sexual assaults “fall into the category of ‘We were both drunk, we broke up, and six months later I found myself under a Title IX investigation,” it caused an uproar.
The U.S. Homeland Security Department and National Security Agency have given the University of Arizona a new designation. It's called CAE-R, and stands for Center of Academic Excellence in Cyberdefense Research.
To some degree, we all care about what others think of us, and we also don’t want to feel like we’re missing out, that other people are living more exciting, interesting lives than we are. It’s known as the Fear of Missing Out — or FOMO. The concept isn’t new, but it’s taken on new meaning in the 24-hour news cycle, and it’s especially powerful in social media.
Earlier this month, the nonpartisan Migration Policy Institute released a report called The Education and Work Profiles of the DACA Population to provide more details on who DACA-eligible people are, including levels of education and which jobs they have. To learn more, we spoke with Julia Gelatt. She is a senior policy analyst for the Migration Policy Institute.
Preservation is a word we hear a lot when it comes to houses, buildings and neighborhoods. But it’s also front of mind for classic and historic art — paintings, sculptures and much more. If possible, should every art form be preserved because of historic significance or what it helps us learn about human creativity?
There’s been a lot of talk, both on this program and elsewhere, about the opioid epidemic the state and country are facing. But within that epidemic, new research shows patients suffering from mental illness are being prescribed a disproportionate share of these painkillers.
Rain continues to fall in southeastern Texas, which is already experiencing severe flooding because of Harvey. And the National Weather Service is forecasting the storm will bring torrential rains to southwest Louisiana as well.
The devastation wrought by Hurricane Harvey continues to unfold in Texas. Last night, more than 17,000 people sought refuge in shelters across Texas, according to the American Red Cross, and thousands of volunteers have made the trip to the state to help, including many from here in Arizona.