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August 30, 2016

  • Voting Systems Hacked  |   Video
    • The FBI has confirmed that the election databases in Arizona and Illinois have been hacked. In Arizona, no voter information has been compromised, according to election officials. John Iannarelli, a retired FBI special agent and former head of FBI cyber investigations in Arizona, will discuss the hacks.

July 27, 2016

  • Cybersecurity  |   Video
    • The Democratic Party had its emails hacked, allegedly by Russian agents. Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump added fuel to the fire by encouraging the Russians to hack Hillary Clinton’s emails. John Iannarelli, a retired FBI special agent and former head of FBI cyber investigations in Arizona, will discuss cybersecurity.

October 9, 2012

  • Child Welfare Investigations  |   Video
    • Arizona’s Department of Economic Services is opening an Office of Child Welfare Investigations at the end of the year. The new unit will coordinate with statewide local law enforcement and CPS case managers on cases of severe child abuse and/or neglect from which criminal allegations or charges may arise. Learn more about it from DES Director Clarence Carter and veteran Phoenix Police Detective Gregory McKay, who was selected to lead the new investigative unit.

April 16, 2012

  • Scandalous Politicians  |   Video
    • In recent months a startling number of Arizona’s elected officials have been the subject of ethics complaints and criminal investigations. Is this an unfortunate coincidence or a culture of corruption? We’ll examine the issue.

August 12, 2010

September 18, 2008

  • VCAT  |   Video
    • DPS Deputy Director Penny Gillette discusses the latest updates on the Violent Criminal Apprehension Team.
  • Carville/Matalin  |   Video
    • James Carville and Mary Matalin are married but on opposite sides of the political spectrum. They offer their thoughts, separately, on the political election.
  • CERN  |   Video
    • The largest particle accelerator ever built was kicked into action recently, part of which was designed by UA scientists. UA physics professor John Rutherford will tell us more about the accelerator, the particle detector they built called ATLAS, and his university's role in the CERN instrument.

November 29, 2007

  • Nixon and Elvis
    • Egil Bud Krogh was the man President Richard Nixon placed in charge of the Special Investigations Unit, or plumbers. During a recent visit to ASU, he sat down with us to tell the amazing story of Elvis Presleys visit with Nixon at the White House, asking for a badge to be a special narcotics agent.