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Colonoscopy prep may be easier with new FDA approved drug Plenvu

This month, talk to your loved ones 50+ about getting screened for colon cancer.(Photo: Getty Images)Colonoscopies are never fun. But they are necessary to help catch colon cancer.Now the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a new drug that could make preparation for the screening easier. Called Plenvu, this liquid drug is designed to

Arizona has a huge prison population. Lawmakers take no action to change that. Why?

  The Arizona Prosecuting Attorneys’ Advisory Council has released an updated report on prison populations that they say confirms the state “leads the way in criminal-justice reform.” Wochit Reform advocates say Bill Montgomery and other prosecutors have the Legislature's ear and push harsher sentences. Stiff penalties have helped boost Arizona's incarceration rate to the fourth-highest in the

After death of Ford Taurus, Fusion, Fiesta, will Ford fans buy a Chevy?

Ford Motor Company announced that it will discontinue the Fiesta subcompact car, the Fusion mid-size sedan and the Taurus full-size car in the U.S. USA TODAY   Will the 2018 Chevrolet Sonic be the last? It looks likely. GM will use its assembly line to build more electric and self-driving cars. (Photo: General Motors) Small

‘Campus free-speech crisis’ is focus of new law – despite lack of Arizona incidents

In this special edition of The Gaggle The Republic's politics team discusses the #RedForEd movement. Carly Henry and Hayley Sanchez/ The Republic | House Bill 2563, sponsored by Phoenix Republican Rep. Paul Boyer, directs the three state universities and community colleges to create free-expression policies that "ensure the fullest degree of