Despite being well represented in the workforce, Latinos have lagged behind the rest of the country when it comes to health insurance. Before the Affordable Care Act, one out of three adult Latinos lacked coverage. Those numbers are finally improving in states like Arizona, but some worry a repeal of the health care law could undo that progress.
Earlier this week, the Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association announced it was awarded a four-year, $1 million grant to provide training and awareness when it comes to end of life care. And it's a subject many people don’t want to talk about, but probably should.
To be eligible for the MLB draft, a player has to either be coming out of high school or following his third year of college. One recent change has MLB partnering with Northeastern University as the league’s preferred education provider. For more on that, we spoke with Derrick Hall, president and CEO of the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Earlier this year, travel industry experts were concerned. They were worried fewer people would visit the U.S, because of President Trump’s policy agenda. But the U.S. Travel Association reports not only is visitation not down, but also it was up in May from May 2016.
A judge is set to rule in a case over whether Arizona must reveal its supplier of execution drugs,and the qualifications of the people who help the state carry out the death penalty. For the latest on this, we talk to Arizona Republic reporter Michael Kiefer on the line.
A co-working space focused on bringing women entrepreneurs together is opening a second location in the West Valley. The new space will be located in Huntington University, catering to businesswomen and providing resources for them.
Communities across the state have problems they need to solve. But a new program aims to use a different approach and get more residents involved. The Arizona Creative Communities Institute will help nine communities get the process started on solving their problems.
A recent piece in La Civilta Cattolica co-written by Antonio Spadaro criticizes some conservative Catholics for being too hard line and focus on a black-and-white battle between good and evil. We spoke with Catherine O’Donnell, associate professor of history at ASU who specializes in U.S. Catholic history.
The Senate voted to open debate on a weeks-in-the-making health care bill. Then AARP sent out a release that said, “any senator considering voting for the health care bill should understand the consequences of ignoring AARP's 38 million members.”
The future of health care legislation is still up in the air. The politics of health care are on full display, and Sen. John McCain was right in the middle of it on Tuesday when he spoke to his fellow members. To learn more, we talked with ASU political scientist Richard Herrera.
Some Arizona lawmakers are criticizing President Donald Trump’s tweet on Wednesday that he’ll reinstate a ban on transgender people serving in the military. Both Sen. John McCain and Rep. Raul Grijalva have issued statements against the president’s plans.
More than 140 million Americans were affected by the data breach at Equifax, and those affects could be long-lasting. What if firms like Equifax had to have insurance before collecting our personal data?