Jill Stein announced that she will seek the Green Party's presidential nomination on June 23, 2015 in Washington, D.C. Stein opposes both Clinton and Trump. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Politics

Green Party's Jill Stein Wants To Be 'Plan B' For Bernie Sanders Supporters

"I will feel horrible if Donald Trump is elected, I will feel horrible if Hillary Clinton is elected," says Green Party candidate Jill Stein. She says the two big parties lock out other voices.

Consumer advocates took to the streets of Phoenix recently to protest against an Arizona utility's efforts to bill customers using a so-called "demand charge." If approved, Arizona Public Service would be the first utility in the country to place most of its residential customers on that kind of rate plan. Will Stone/KJZZ hide caption

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Energy

Uber But For Energy: Utility Surge Pricing Threatens Summer Cool

Power companies are rushing to keep pace with the changing energy landscape. This transition is especially contentious in the desert Southwest, where energy needs are enormous during the summer.

Gabriel Bateman and Teresa Palmer star in the big-screen adaptation of Lights Out, a film that began as a low-budget short, uploaded to YouTube. Warner Bros. Pictures hide caption

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Movie Interviews

'Lights Out': A Scary Swedish Short May Become This Summer's Sleeper Hit

A self-taught filmmaker and his wife made the terrifying film in just one evening, using IKEA lights and a homemade dolly. The 2 1/2 minute short has now been adapted for the big screen.

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Jill Stein announced that she will seek the Green Party's presidential nomination on June 23, 2015 in Washington, D.C. Stein opposes both Clinton and Trump. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Green Party's Jill Stein Wants To Be 'Plan B' For Bernie Sanders Supporters

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Consumer advocates took to the streets of Phoenix recently to protest against an Arizona utility's efforts to bill customers using a so-called "demand charge." If approved, Arizona Public Service would be the first utility in the country to place most of its residential customers on that kind of rate plan. Will Stone/KJZZ hide caption

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Uber But For Energy: Utility Surge Pricing Threatens Summer Cool

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