Two pro-school voucher nonprofits are threatening to sue the Arizona Department of Education for failure to send on-time payments to parents whose kids use a special program to attend non-public schools.
Across the country, charter schools are growing, and teachers’ unions are working to stop them. The debate is taking center stage in states around the country, but the divide between charter schools and teachers unions wasn’t always there.
The recent killings of American families from a Mormon offshoot group living in Mexico generated horror in the U.S., but in his latest column, Phil Boas argues that what happened in Mexico affected that country and its people in a more dramatic way.
Four state lawmakers have filed the first House bill of the upcoming 2020 legislative session. The quartet of Democrats is looking to repeal a 2016 law which prohibits cities and towns from regulating short-term rentals like Airbnb.
When NAFTA took effect in 1994, young men began leaving for the U.S. where they could make more money in a few months than they could in a year. The story of their journeys has been told many times in the years since, but what about the women they left behind?
The city of Phoenix got its name for rising on the ashes of the ancient Hohokam civilization. As part of our Q&Az program, a listener asked how other Valley cities - specifically Tempe - got their names.
Multiple studies by researchers point to Medicare Advantage plan providers implementing tactics to attract healthier patients and dissuade those who might require more health services. A recent study suggests older Mexican Americans are being affected.
For many of us turning on the tap or flushing the toilet is something we take for granted. But a report released Monday showed more than 2 million Americans live without these conveniences. And Native Americans are more likely to have trouble accessing water than any other group.