Members of the U.S. Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere met with experts Monday to look at how United States can improve trade with Mexico. They also heard from American businesses on the border who say long waits are slowing economic growth.
When photographer Wes Naman invited friends to pose for a series of what was meant to be goofy portraits, neither he nor his models had any idea the images would end up reaching millions of people across the globe.
A review by Arizona child welfare officials of a second batch of ignored child abuse and neglect reports has found 1,800 additional cases that were serious enough to warrant a full investigation, The Associated Press has learned.
A French judge has allowed the sale of several sacred Hopi artifacts to go ahead next week. The Hopi tribe’s lawyer used a French law to argue that it’s illegal to sell masks as commercial art because they’re like tombs containing their ancestors’ spirits.
It’s been almost a year since it was first announced. Now the long-awaited merger between Tempe-based US Airways and American Airlines will be completed Monday. Passengers won’t notice many changes at first.
A Navajo family is moving into the first "green" house on the reservation this weekend. It is powered by solar energy during the day and wind energy at night. The nonprofit IINA Solutions partnered with Mark Snyder Electrics and the Navajo Nation to build the home.
Child Welfare advocates offered suggestions this week on ways to improve Arizona’s Child Protective Services system in the wake of the agency disclosing that more than 6,000 cases have gone unreported.