A group of Mexican legislators and high-rank officials are in Washington. Their visit is not about trade or to meet with president Donald Trump, but to insist on the reunification of immigrant families separated on the border.
Teens and cars have had a close connection for decades, but today’s teens don’t seem quite as fascinated by owning and driving a car. The Federal Highway Administration’s numbers show a 46 percent decline in the number of 16-year-old Americans with a driver’s license.
The newspaper business is rapidly changing, with many local papers either making huge cutbacks, moving online or going out of business altogether. In many cases, that has affected investigative journalism and, more specifically, coverage of local government.
Thanks to Hurricane Bud, Arizona got some much-needed precipitation earlier this month, though it wasn’t much. But now, we’re officially in monsoon season, and though we’ve been promised rain, when it comes, will it make a dent in Arizona’s drought?
As word spread that the Trump administration was separating migrant families, urgent calls went out across the internet: Interpreters were needed at the U.S.-Mexico border to help immigrants understand their legal cases. But this call was not for Spanish speakers.
One of the people most heavily involved in trying to get the Murphy Elementary School District back on solid footing is former Superintendent Bob Donofrio, who has recently been working as part of a team of volunteers to fill a leadership gap.
What is the EU perspective on the escalating trade conflict between the U.S., E.U. and China? In light of Harley Davidson’s response to move production overseas, we get the pulse on how players across the pond are responding to the trade war.
There’s a lot of concern today about the health of democracy, both overseas and here in the U.S. Now, a new survey takes a closer look at how people in the U.S. feel about democracy — what it means to them and how we can work to strengthen it.
Immigration has been a topic of debate that we have explored on The Takeaway over the last several weeks. When people cross the border illegally, they then enter the court system where there is a significant backlog of cases to be heard.