November 2021

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Scottsdale Community College
The pandemic has caused dramatic changes in education, and that has included the community college system.
Nov. 18, 2021
The spectrum of consumer products requiring microchips is staggering, and the balance of power within the electronics sector has shifted from the producers of the final product to the makers of the components within.
Nov. 18, 2021
The sun over Phoenix
The COP26 climate summit saw global attention turn to what countries could do to combat climate change. But a number of city officials were also in Scotland discussing their own plans of action.
Nov. 18, 2021
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey & Virginia Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin
Gov. Doug Ducey said the just-completed Virginia election provides a road map for Republican gubernatorial candidates in Arizona and elsewhere who hope to get elected next year.
Nov. 18, 2021
Paul Gosa
The House voted Wednesday to censure Republican Rep. Paul Gosar of Arizona for posting of an animated video that depicted him killing Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez with a sword, an extraordinary rebuke that highlighted the political strains testing Washington and the country.<br><small><b>→ <a href="" target="_blank">More Arizona politics news</a></small></b>
Nov. 17, 2021
mural in downtown Yuma
The U.S.-Canada border reopened to tourists for the first time in 22 months last week. And that means thousands of so-called snowbirds are making their annual migration south again — campers in tow. And many of them will come to Yuma.
Nov. 17, 2021
student looking at a molecule model
There is a huge gap in the U.S. education system when it comes to who has the opportunity to take a full range of math and science classes. That gap is probably most obvious for Native American students, and it deeply affects who is making strides in STEM education and related careers.
Nov. 17, 2021
John McWhorter Woke Racism
The anti-racist movement is aimed at having people take a more active role in calling out and preventing racism. But author and Columbia University professor John McWhorter has expressed unhappiness with that and similar movements.
Nov. 17, 2021
A new investigation from the Arizona Republic finds cannabis convictions in the state disproportionately impact people of color, and that their first conviction on a pot charge often led to other charges, once they were released from prison.
Nov. 17, 2021
Using ATM
Over the course of the pandemic, the federal government has distributed $630 billion in COVID-19-related relief and aid money; nearly $16 billion of that came to Arizona. But according to an investigation by the Arizona Mirror, more than a quarter of the money set aside for unemployment insurance was lost to fraudulent claims — that comes to nearly $4.5 billion.
Nov. 17, 2021