Few colleges track suicides, despite prevention investments

In this Jan. 23, 2014 file photo, James Holleran, father of Madison Holleran, a University of Pennsylvania freshman who took her own life, talks about his daughter while sitting next to a favorite photo of her at his home in Allendale, N.J. Nearly half of the largest U.S. public universities do not track suicides among their students, despite making investments in prevention at a time of surging demand for mental health services. After her 2014 suicide, one of her former teachers in New Jersey was surprised to learn learn many universities don't report suicide statistics.

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House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes has issued a subpoena to David Kramer, a former State Department official who, in late November 2016, traveled to London to receive a briefing and a copy of the Trump dossier from its author, former British spy Christopher Steele. Kramer then returned to the U.S. to give the document to Sen. John McCain.

Medics in bio suits at Israeli embassy for training

'They make fun of my nose. They call me ugly. They say I have no friends': Heartbreaking video of a boy pleading to be left alone by bullies is viewed 16MILLION times as celebrities offer him support A sting in the tail! Second man comes forward to claim HE was the hero filmed saving a bunny from California wildfire - and rescue center backs up his story with picture of the rabbit he brought in for treatment Get over it! Israeli prime minister Netanyahu says 'the sooner Palestinians come to grips with reality the sooner will be peace' as violence flares over Trump's Jerusalem decision Former Arizona State University football player, 24, and a woman, 25, are found dead inside luxury apartment - as police say their deaths may be 'drug related' Anti-nuclear weapons campaigners warn end of mankind is just one 'impulsive tantrum away' as they lift Nobel Peace Prize Swedish royals put on a ... (more)

Teenager detained at Canada border; grandmother found dead

Arizona State University is revoking an award bestowed on journalist Charlie Rose, who was fired this week by CBS News and PBS in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations from multiple women. Arizona State University is revoking an award bestowed on journalist Charlie Rose, who was fired this week by CBS News and PBS in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations from multiple women.

A nod, and a nodding off, to another year of American hilarity

Tryptophan, an amino acid in turkey, is unjustly blamed for what mere gluttony does, making Americans comatose every fourth Thursday in November. But before nodding off, give thanks for another year of American hilarity, including: A company curried favor with advanced thinkers by commissioning for Manhattan's financial district the "Fearless Girl" bronze statue, which exalts female intrepidity in the face of a rampant bull a surging stock market or toxic masculinity).

A nod, and a nodding off, to another year of American hilarity

Tryptophan, an amino acid in turkey, is unjustly blamed for what mere gluttony does, making Americans comatose every fourth Thursday in November. But before nodding off, give thanks for another year of American hilarity, including: A company curried favor with advanced thinkers by commissioning for Manhattan's financial district the "Fearless Girl" bronze statue, which exalts female intrepidity in the face of a rampant bull a surging stock market or toxic masculinity).

A nod, and a nodding off, to another year of American hilarity

Tryptophan, an amino acid in turkey, is unjustly blamed for what mere gluttony does, making Americans comatose every fourth Thursday in November. But before nodding off, give thanks for another year of American hilarity, including: A company curried favor with advanced thinkers by commissioning for Manhattan's financial district the "Fearless Girl" bronze statue, which exalts female intrepidity in the face of a rampant bull .

A nod, and a nodding off, to another year of U.S. hilarity


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Tryptophan, an amino acid in turkey, is unjustly blamed for what mere gluttony does, making Americans comatose every fourth Thursday in November. But before nodding off, give thanks for another year of American hilarity, including: A company curried favor with advanced thinkers by commissioning for Manhattan's financial district the "Fearless Girl" bronze statue, which exalts female intrepidity in the face of a rampant bull a surging stock market or toxic masculinity).

5 DACA myths debunked

Since President Barack Obama put it into place in 2012, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, has shielded 800,000 people who were illegally brought to the United States as children from deportation -- but not without its fair share of controversy. First, some critics slammed it as unconstitutional, and more recently, a group of states threatened to file a court challenge to the program.

American Association for Access, Equity and Diversity Honors Local…

Arizona Diamondbacks and other outstanding advocates of Diversity in Higher Education and private industry are among the Award recipients at the Association's 43rd National Conference and Annual Meeting in Scottsdale, AZ June 8th We are pleased to recognize these distinguished individuals and organizations in Arizona for their contributions to the cause of access, equity and diversity, said Dr. Myron Anderson, AAAED president. The American Association for Access, Equity and Diversity , an organization of equal opportunity, diversity and affirmative action professionals, announced the 2017 honorees of its annual awards program.

The 22-Year-Old Student Who Ran T…

A 22-year-old Arizona State University senior ended the 2016 campaign as Trump's political director in Arizona. The Trump campaign won Arizona by around 90,000 votes, in a state that was considered a toss-up until election day.

Deportation fears grip immigrants after Trump’s election

President-elect Donald Trump launched his candidacy on an anti-immigrant sentiment and has vowed to repeal a key Obama administration program that shields hundreds of thousands of people from deportation. In immigrant-heavy areas like Los Angeles and Phoenix, activists are scrambling to provide informational meetings for immigrants to help them protect themselves from deportation.

Democratic VP nominee Tim Kaine uses Spanish to court Arizona…

With five days left to Election Day, Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine made a strong appeal to Latinos during a speech Thursday in Phoenix delivered entirely in Spanish. Democratic VP nominee Tim Kaine uses Spanish to court Arizona Latinos, attack GOP nominee Donald Trump With five days left to Election Day, Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine made a strong appeal to Latinos during a speech Thursday in Phoenix delivered entirely in Spanish.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump; Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton

The candidates were slated to take their tussle to Florida and North Carolina on Thursday, two lynchpins in Trump's plan to take the White House. With five days before Election Day, the unconventional Republican candidate was hewing closer to convention, running some upbeat ads, bringing out his wife for a rare campaign appearance and trying, publicly, not to veer off-message.

After rejecting Trump, McCain navigates tough GOP path

Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, D-Ariz., talks with reporters before speaking to supporters prior to Chelsea Clinton talking to a crowd at Arizona State University about Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016, in Tempe, Ariz. Kirkpatrick is running against incumbent Sen. John McCain for an Arizona Senate seat.

Clinton up by 5 in Arizona


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A new poll shows Democrat Hillary Clinton with a lead in the traditional Republican stronghold of Arizona, yet another sign of Donald Trump's shrinking path to the nomination. The survey, released jointly by the Arizona Republic, Arizona State University's Morrison Institute for Public Policy and Cronkite News , showed Clinton with the support of 43% of the state's likely voters, compared with 38% who said they intend to back Trump.

Chelsea Clinton to stump for mom in Tempe

Chelsea Clinton is headed to Arizona to campaign for her mother, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, and his running mate, Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine. Hillary Clinton's campaign announced Wednesday's planned visit to Tempe.

Arizona inspires broadcasters to target opioid addiction

National broadcasters, anti-drug advocates and a bipartisan group of lawmakers this week unveiled a campaign to target opioid addiction, an effort that was partly inspired by a 2015 documentary on heroin addiction in Arizona. Arizona inspires broadcasters to target opioid addiction WASHINGTON - National broadcasters, anti-drug advocates and a bipartisan group of lawmakers this week unveiled a campaign to target opioid addiction, an effort that was partly inspired by a 2015 documentary on heroin addiction in Arizona.

Early voting underway for Aug. 30 primary in Arizona

Early voting underway for Aug. 30 primary in Arizona Early voting is underway in the Aug. 30 primary, including congressional, legislative, county, local and school races. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/2aZAPZb There will be 645 polling sites in Maricopa County serving 724 precincts, meaning some polling sites will serve more than one precinct.

Meet the candidate – Yuma County Sheriff

Education: I graduated from Royal High School in Simi Valley, California in 1981 and joined the U.S. Marine Corps in January 1982. My law enforcement education started with the Limited Reserve Officer's Basic Course from September 1 to December 15, 1985 and the Basic Peace Officer Course from January 9, to May 11, 1986, both of which I attended at Arizona Western College.

NYU has come to a decision about fossil fuel divestment

America's colleges and universities have been under significant pressure from their special snowflake students to clean up their act in terms of endowments and where they invest their money. The current trend in this area seems to be toward divesting from any funds benefiting Israel, but before that movement became the flavor of the day, protesters were already demanding divestment from nasty old fossil fuels.