The first step to addressing a problem is recognizing you have one.
“Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.” — Abraham Lincoln
The greatest poets and musicians in history have tried to unravel the mysteries of love for centuries.
Advocates for Individuals with Disabilities (AID) agreed to a deal with Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich last week that will end a rash of lawsuits against Arizona businesses in state courts.
America loves redemption stories, our history is filled with them.
“National parks are the best idea we ever had. Absolutely American, absolutely democratic, they reflect us at our best rather than our worst.” — Wallace Stegner
In 2012 the quaint city of Bisbee decided, through its duly-elected representatives, that they were sick of all the litter ruining the views and damaging one of its major industries, tourism.
The Biloxi School District in Mississippi removed Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mockingbird” off its eighth-grade reading list this month because, “There were complaints about it.
There are great philosophical debates to have on when people should trust their faith and values, and when science needs to be considered.
The sexually transmitted diseases of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis have all become more common leading up to 2016, the last year numbers are available.
This week Gov. Doug Ducey promoted his plan to attract teachers to Arizona.
During the uproar of Chino Valley’s Town Council considering a bid to put a motorsports facility at Old Home Manor, then-Mayor Chris Marley offered some sage words:
In our representative democracy, the people we elect are supposed to represent us. It’s a rather simple concept.
A school district in Florida has eliminated homework for its elementary school students, citing a 2006 study that shows children that young don’t benefit from it.
Donald Trump, like many other presidents, is a creature of habit.