Republicans have nine days to pass the latest draft for repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act. GOP needs sen. McCain's vote to pass the Graham-Cassidy bill, but McCain says it needs Gov. Ducey's buy-in.
Prosecutors in former Sheriff Joe Arpaio's now-pardoned criminal case face a deadline Thursday for explaining why they now believe the case should be dismissed and all rulings in the case should be thrown out.
One n Ten, a resource center for LGBTQ youth, is celebrating its grand opening at a new location today. The old location burned down in July. The suspected arsonist is a man who once received services from the center.
Climate change has been more prominent in headlines in recent years, as temperatures get warmer and more powerful storms affect the world. And that has helped nurture a relatively new genre of fiction — more specifically, science fiction — that focuses on climate change and its impact.
Protesters and activists have had a huge number of issues and events to react to in the past few years — from conflicts between law enforcement officers and African-American men to comments and actions taken by President Trump and his administration.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is installing a barrier and a valve inside an old Colorado mine to prevent another wastewater spill. Two years ago the agency accidentally triggered a blowout that contaminated rivers in three states.
The Federal Reserve wrapped up a two-day meeting this week. Most of the attention paid to those gatherings is related to whether interest rates will go up — and whether that will affect markets in a significant way.
On Tuesday, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled married couples are equal when it comes to parental rights — whether that marriage is between a man and a woman or between two people of the same sex. And to explain the significance, we’re joined by Shannon Minter, legal director for the National Center for Lesbian Rights.
Last week, Apple announced its newest iPhone and some of the new technology that comes with it, including Face ID. This has some raising security concerns about consumer privacy. How easily could this technology be spoofed? Could police unlock your phone without consent just by holding it up to your face?