Arizona’s highest court it set to decide whether a Phoenix law aimed at prohibiting businesses from discriminating against LGBTQ people violates the state’s constitution. The case centers on two Phoenix business owners who say designing wedding invitations for same sex weddings goes against their religious beliefs.
Last weekend, a referendum was called for by Mexico’s president-elect to determine the fate of 10 projects; among them, the construction of a train in the Mayan forests and a refinery in the Gulf of Mexico. Voters favored the projects, but many fear a negative impact from them.
Facing high costs at the former location, the center found a temporary place to put its education programs at Metrocenter Mall. Now the plan is to move into a former elementary school in the Paradise Valley School District.
Even though the Olympics are still few years out, in Tokyo — where the 2020 games will be held — preparations are already underway to prepare for the games. And that doesn’t just mean building stadiums, it also means creating a cybersecurity wall.
The term “fake news” has become part of the national vernacular — with some using it as a serious accusation, while others ridicule the concept as a method of deflection. So is there a way to measure what news and reports are accurate?
Though there was a late push of opposition against Arizona Supreme Court Justices Clint Bolick and John Pelander — primarily because of their votes to keep the Invest in Education measure off the ballot — both easily won retention.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey’s chief of staff, Kirk Adams, announced his resignation on Monday. Jeremy Duda, associate editor of the Arizona Mirror, joined The Show to talk about Adams’ legacy, influence and possible future.
In the wake of November’s historic midterm elections, Congress will look a lot different in January than it does now. Molly Reynolds, a fellow in governance studies at the Brookings Institution, joined The Show to talk about it.
Relations have remained tense between Russia and Ukraine since the 2014 Russian annexation of Crimea. While the international community condemned the land grab, Russia has furthered the divide, constructing a bridge between Crimea and the mainland along the Kerch Strait, which provides access to the Sea of Azov.