Arianna Huffington's wings clipped at AOL The good news for Arianna Huffington is that she gets to keep her share of the $315 million that AOL shelled out for her website. The bad news is her duties as editrix of the once-mighty Web conglomerate are being scaled back. Way back. When AOL boss Tim ... 05/3/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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There are more than 3,600 new apartments under construction or planned for downtown Phoenix, according to a new report.
Real estate firm ABI Multifamily says there are 1,260 apartment units currently under construction in downtown Phoenix and another 2,343 in the planning and proposal pipelines.
ABI’s Thomas Brophy said there are more than 3,800 existing units in downtown Phoenix across 63 properties.
Brophy said there are another half dozen under construction.
In 2014, Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk said in an interview that he believed that AI posed the biggest threat to human existence. That didn’t stop him from co-chairing a billion-dollar AI research nonprofit, but it did make people think about whether artificial intelligence could get out of hand. Now, five tech giants including Google and its DeepMind subsidiary, Facebook, Microsoft, Amazon and IBM have come together to form Partnership on AI, a coalition dedicated to highlighting the best practices and ethical research in the field of artificial intelligence.
Heatwaves are no joke, especially for people who don’t regularly check the weather in the morning. We’ve all experienced the overwhelming feeling of realizing we dressed for yesterday’s weather and not today’s temps, but the only thing worse than being cold… is being too hot! No matter the individual, it is 
Donald Trump will bring his Republican presidential campaign back to Arizona next week.
Trump is scheduled to hold a rally on Tuesday, Oct. 4, at the Prescott Valley Event Center.
The northern Arizona venue seats 6,200 for concerts.
The event is at 2 p.m. Doors open at 11 a.m., according to the Trump campaign.
Trump has made several stops in Arizona — mostly in the Phoenix area — during his raucous run for the White House.
Polls show a tight race in Arizona between Trump and Clinton as well…