The federal government has been cracking down on for-profit colleges over concerns about deceptive advertising, and the Phoenix-based parent of the University of Phoenix is now the latest target.
July 29, 2015

KJZZ News

Nearly 20 Republican and Democratic candidates have announced they're running for President. But can any of them be strong leaders and effective agents of change?
July 29, 2015
In 2014, the Arizona Cardinals got off to a tremendous start, but quarterback injuries and a tiring defense led to a disappointing finish in a first-round playoff loss to the Carolina panthers.
July 29, 2015
One of Broadway's most popular musicals of the past decade is coming to the Valley later this year.
July 29, 2015
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton joined us to talk about efforts to expand transportation options and economic development in the city.
July 29, 2015
A group of researchers and investors in New Mexico hope a new machine could be a game changer for the state’s green chile crop. Their goal is to streamline the harvesting process and increase production.
July 29, 2015

NPR News

People who text while walking change their pace and seem to walk more cautiously, a study says. But that doesn't mean you're not a menace to yourself and others.
July 29, 2015
A new study shows that children in China who are mainly cared for by grandparents instead of mom and dad are twice as likely to be overweight — contributing to the country's obesity epidemic.
July 29, 2015
The reasons behind the bus shutdown aren't clear. But the results have been tragic: Nine drivers assassinated, a city in turmoil.
July 29, 2015
Wyatt Cenac's much-publicized confrontation with Jon Stewart says a lot about the pitfalls of being The Only One In The Room. But turns out there's some interesting social science behind it, too.
July 29, 2015
Thirteen novels are in the hunt for the Man Booker Prize, the U.K.'s biggest literary award. The Booker is open to Americans for only the second year, and this year's list pits rookies against titans.
July 29, 2015