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The crumbling J. Edgar Hoover building, the FBI's current headquarters, was scheduled to be replaced by a new complex. But when Donald Trump won the presidency, the move, which had been planned as far back as 2014, was abruptly cancelled.
In the run-up to last year’s midterm elections, there were a number of reports of voter suppression. Native Americans face certain challenges — including making use of non-traditional addresses — when it comes to registering to vote.
If you’ve ever had to call an ambulance or ridden in one, it was probably one of the scariest moments of your life. But to the ambulance workers who sped to the scene, it was one of many calls during another busy day on the road.
In front of the Government Palace in the Sonoran capital of Hermosillo Monday morning, reporters dressed in white were demanding justice for the fatal Friday night shooting of Santiago Barroso, as well as action to ensure free expression in the state.
When Carson Daly steps down from his NBC show, "Last Call," the network will replace him with a unique voice in late night. That voice is Lilly Singh, a YouTube star with more than 14 million subscribers.
High snowpack in the southern Rocky Mountains this winter will likely stave off a shortage declaration in the Colorado River watershed in 2020, relieving pressure on water managers attempting to navigate future scarcity.
Democrats and Republicans are in for a fight over President Donald Trump's veto on his emergency declaration. Arizona Reps. Greg Stanton, a Democrat, and Paul Gosar, a Republican, fall along party lines.
The issue of sexual assault on college campuses has become ubiquitous with certain schools and certain athletic departments. Arizona Daily Star investigative reporter Caitlin Schmidt takes a broader look at how schools like Baylor have revamped their Title IX programs in response.
The investigation unveiled last week around actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin put the spotlight on how wealthy, powerful people work to get their children into what are considered top-tier universities. To help answer some of those questions, Eric Hoover, senior writer for The Chronicle of Higher Education, joined The Show.
Kathleen Belew is an assistant professor of history at the University of Chicago, and she has studied white supremacy and its growth. According to Belew, attacks throughout the world are not by "lone-wolves," rather, they are part of a larger movement by white supremacists, who are greatly influenced by those in the United States,
The California Consumer Privacy Act, which passed in the summer of 2018, doesn’t go into effect until January 2020. In the meantime, a fight over how the law will regulate user data is ramping up in the California Legislature.
Several vigils were held over the weekend in Arizona to remember the 50 lives lost at Christchurch in New Zealand, including one vigil at the Islamic Center of North East Valley, where hundreds gathered Sunday night.
Longtime tech venture capitalist Roger McNamee knew Mark Zuckerberg almost from the beginning of Facebook and was a self-proclaimed "cheerleader." That changed just a couple of years ago, and McNamee has written about his disenchantment in the book "Zucked: Waking Up to the Facebook Catastrophe."