President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador of Mexico rejected an offer from President Trump on Tuesday for help waging war on organized crime groups in response to an attack in which 9 U.S. citizens were killed in Arizona’s cross-border state of Sonora.
The total amount of student loan debt held by Americans reached $1.5 trillion in 2018, making it the second-largest category of consumer debt. While student default rates are on the decline nationally, new data suggests some struggles in Arizona.
Attorneys representing the men and women incarcerated in Arizona prisons say the state is not living up to a years-old settlement regarding prison health care conditions, and the matter should be resolved with a trial.
Earlier this year, the Trump administration finalized a clean energy plan for coal plants. The cuts to carbon emissions in the plan are now much lower than previous rules, and critics say they are much less than what’s needed to meaningfully slow climate change.
In the wake of the killing of nine women and children in Sonora, Mexico Monday, family and community members are calling on both the United States and Mexico to do more to address cartel violence south of the border.
Introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives, the Farm Workforce Modernization Act also establishes minimum requirements for pay, transportation and housing, which has some in the agricultural industry worried.
Next up for the elected official accused of running an illegal adoption ring is a deadline to appeal his unpaid suspension from County Assessor. Before Friday, Paul Petersen will ask for a hearing to reconsider his four-month suspension from a job that pays about $77,000 a year.
A few weeks ago, a monarch butterfly flew through a California high school classroom window. Then, the teacher looked closer at the butterfly’s wings and saw small, human-made tags, including a phone number with a southern Arizona area code.
Michael Britt London, the president of the Phoenix Law Enforcement Association, told KJZZ they would not go forward with their threat of a no-confidence vote in Chief Jeri Williams. This comes in reaction to the chief’s firings of two officers last week who were involved in high-profile cases.
The death of Arizona Republic reporter Don Bolles in 1976 following the bombing of his car in central Phoenix resonates Tuesday in this city and the broader world of journalism. Recently, an Arizona Republic team found a relative treasure trove: cassette recordings that Bolles had made.
In most placebo trials, the people taking placebos don't know what they're taking isn't medicine. Some new research out of Germany used “honest placebos,” where patients knew they were taking a placebo.
Since President Trump took office, he has continued to boast the high rate of employment across the country under his presidency. Jobs and employment played a major in his campaign, in the lead-up to 2016. And it’s been a point the administration has continued to drive home.
A watershed scarred by the Museum Fire has left homes and businesses north of Flagstaff at risk of flooding. That risk still stands, even after the region experienced historically low rainfall this monsoon season — the driest season on record, according to the National Weather Service.