News Briefs

Does the public have a right to know that researchers for the World Health Organization say the widely used herbicide Roundup is a probable carcinogen?

Most of us expect that the products we buy in stores are safe to use. It turns out that's not always the case with Amazon. 

You might know Taco Bell for silly ads asking you to "think outside the bun." But the company is getting serious about at least one thing: reducing the overuse of antibiotics.

Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi got right to the point as he opened a House committee's first hearing on the role of Juul in the teen vaping epidemic.

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Diane Brown
Executive Director

If you are a Phoenix voter that waited until today to cast your ballot, please read.

 | by
Diane Brown
Executive Director

Arizona PIRG is pleased that Phoenix citizens once again voted (4th time since 2000) to recognize light rail as a beneficial transportation and to keep light rail on track.

Equifax has agreed to pay $650 million two years after its data breach put 147 million people at risk. It's not enough.

Adam Garber, the PIRG consumer watchdog, was shocked when he discovered recalled baby rockers at his infant son's day care this June.

The number of statewide plastic bag bans in the U.S. tripled in June, with Maine, Vermont, Connecticut and Oregon adding themselves to the list.

 

Arizona is in the process of making it easier for you to go electric with your next car.