Terms like "fake news" and "alternative facts" are just a couple of the new media-related phrases that have come about during the Trump administration. In her new book "The Trouble with Reality," On the Media co-host Brooke Gladstone takes on the current battle with truth.
There are a number of ways to measure entrepreneurial activity, but what about social media — and specifically Twitter? Researchers from ASU and Michigan State did just that: looking at tweets from people identifying themselves as entrepreneurs, and the connections between them.
Despite increased awareness and commitment to fixing the problem, America’s opioid epidemic seems to be getting worse. To learn more, we spoke with The Arizona Republic's Editorial Department Director Phil Boas.
Gov. Doug Ducey faced a lot of criticism for not pushing for a higher level of funding for K-12 education, including more generous raises for teachers. And a longtime friend of the governor has been indicted as part of an alleged bribery scheme. Some believe the governor’s electoral vulnerability may be increasing.
Phoenix council members are scheduled to give tentative approval to a new budget this week. Between general, enterprise and special revenue funds, the city’s proposed budget for 2017-18 tops $4 billion.
Built in 1982, they were meant to be the headquarters for an electronics manufacturer, but have since become a magnet for photographers, artists and hooligans. The domes might not be an icon much longer.
Atlanta-based United Parcel Service has announced plans for a new processing hub along Loop 303 in Goodyear, and the City Council is scheduled to vote Monday on a job creation agreement with the company.