If you’re aware of the Motion Picture Association of America, it’s probably because you’ve seen the initials at the beginning of movie trailers. At its core, the MPAA’s mission is to be the trade association representing the nation’s major film studios. That's changes as of this month.
The hard deadline for Arizona to pass legislation approving the Drought Contingency Plan is this Thursday, Jan. 31. While Arizona is close to an agreement, some of the last issues to be ironed out have to do with Pinal County farmers.
The issue of border security is, once again, front and center. But one idea that both parties seem to agree on is their dislike of the concept of "open borders." That, however, is exactly what a new book argues for.
In Arizona, an estimated 20 women die for every 100,000 live births. The number may not seem high, but what frustrates public health professionals is that 89 percent of these deaths are deemed preventable.
Dr. Raeford Brown is Chair of the FDA Advisory Committee on Anesthetic and Analgesic Drug Products. He’s begun speaking up recently about what he calls a failure by the FDA to protect Americans amidst a crisis that kills some 130 people every day.
Arizona lawmakers took their first votes on Arizona’s Drought Contingency Plan on Tuesday. The state is facing a deadline of Thursday to sign off on the plan. Otherwise, the federal government said it will step in and impose water restrictions.
Twenty tons of cocaine were lost when a ship’s captain got too high and hallucinated U.S. Coast Guard ships and a story of a witness testifying that a drug kingpin buried one of his rivals alive. No, these are not plot points from a crime film or telenovela. These are revelations from the trial of El Chapo.
The judge overseeing a lawsuit against Motel 6 for allegedly sharing guest information with federal immigration authorities wants more information before he’ll sign off on a multi-million dollar proposed settlement.
Officials told the House Armed Services Committee that the Pentagon had identified three new caravans of migrants traveling north through Latin America to the U.S. border. That includes one caravan of 12,000 people. And that’s driving this latest troop deployment.
Bills that could change everything from what information is collected about Arizona kindergartens to how the state teaches English-language learners are working their way through the Arizona Legislature.
The 2019 Arizona legislative session includes a member roster in the House that is the closest it’s been in decades. There are 31 Republicans and 29 Democrats, making for some interesting political speculation about which issues will lead to common ground.
In the Arizona Legislature, Rep. Paul Boyer has stepped in with a bill that would require chemicals in vaccines to be listed. To talk about that, The Show was joined by Michelle Francl. She is a chemistry professor at Bryn Mawr College.children."
Tax reform at the federal level kicks in for the first time this tax season, but Arizona lawmakers are still deciding whether to adjust the state tax law.They need to make a choice — let Arizonans pay higher state taxes and use that extra money, or change state law.