Four American soldiers were killed last week in an ambush in Niger in northwestern Africa. There aren’t a lot of details about what happened, but to talk about what we do know, I’m joined by Alex Horton, who covers the military for The Washington Post
Sixteen years after sending troops to Afghanistan, U.S. strategy in that nation is undergoing another dramatic shift. The plan is known as R4S, which is short for regionalize, realign, reinforce, reconcile and sustain.
Have you ever wondered why some people are always punctual, even early, while others are perpetually late? In this edition of Two Guys on Your Head, Dr. Art Markman and Dr. Bob Duke talk about some of the psychology behind synchronizing our cultural and personal clocks, and how to put yourself in a less anxious space no matter who you are.
If you are registered to vote, keep an eye on your mailbox this week and next. County recorders across the state are mailing out millions of early ballots today after closing registration Tuesday night.
Travelers who want to avoid security checkpoint lines at Sky Harbor Airport may soon have another option. A private company that goes by Clear wants to bring its biometric identity verification system to Phoenix.
“You can never anticipate for the opportunities in the future you would probably lose out on if you don’t have the ability to control how you are represented, and that’s the thing we are really going to have here,” said committee member Rey Torres.
Emanuel "Book" Richardson, the suspended assistant basketball coach at the University of Arizona, appeared in a Manhattan federal court on Tuesday. He's facing corruption charges, including accusations that he took bribes to influence players to hire certain financial advisors.
The Arizona Fall League starts its 2017 season this afternoon. The Fall League is made up of some of the top prospects from Major League farm systems. To get a sense of what baseball officials are looking to give a trial run to this season, I’m joined by MLB reporter William Boor.
A few years ago, the Federal Trade Commission testified it had received more than 42,000 fraud complaints from the military community. The FTC says service members are especially susceptible to financial fraud.