The first-ever March for Science will be held at more than 500 sites, including Phoenix, Tucson, Flagstaff and Lake Havasu City, expected to draw thousands.
The House repealed an Obama-era regulation that would have required internet service providers to get explicit consent to collect and sell customers’ data.
Senate Bill 1136 would mandate that public and charter schools provide one hour of coding instruction once between grades 4 to 12.
Inte’s CEO used the Oval Office as a backdrop to formally announce a $7 billion investment in a Chandler chip plant that will bring 10,000 jobs in Arizona.
Today we investigate the question that many people around the globe are asking themselves, “Is President Donald Trump the antichrist?”
The Trump presidency has begun and this past weekend the new administration unveiled a “alternative facts” policy that I believe I can finally get behind.
Many humans squatting in the president-elect’s native habitat – Twitter – are posting pictures of their cats and describing their alternate plans for Friday’s inauguration.
Trump is not the first orange troll to come out of a hole in the ground. The old rock troll Ulik could easily match Trump, statement for arrogant statement.
Directed by John Madden and written by Jonathan Perera, this seems to be very much a man’s take on how a wily woman might work in the world of politics.
Where have all the heroes gone?