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Border & immigration

After border tour, Brewer urges federal troop deployment

Touring an area where a rancher was killed, a crime investigators suspect was committed by someone in the country illegally, Gov. Jan Brewer and New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson called Wednesday for the Obama administration to do more to secure the border.... Read more»

Campaign aims to prevent child abuse

Dozens of child-sized plastic chairs sat empty Tuesday outside the State Capitol, each representing an Arizona child who has died from abuse. In 2008, the last year for which statewide statistics are available, 51 Arizona kids died from abuse.... Read more»

John McCain

McCain skewered by Daily Show

With a tagline of "short term memory gloss," the Daily Show's Jon Stewart raked Sen. John McCain over the coals for changing his position on several issues. Stewart accused McCain of selling his soul on Tuesday's show.... Read more»

Comic: Election 2010

Glassman? Cindy's not afraid

City Council member Rodney Glassman resigned his seat and threw his hat into the ring for a Senate run against, very probably, Senator John McCain. Is McCain scared? Well, Cindy's not.... Read more»


Two hours in Juárez

A trip into a border city scarred by the narco-war. The biggest risk is getting mugged, not getting shot. Small comfort.... Read more»

Comic: Politics

See Rodney Run

Seems like only yesterday our boy Rodney was, well, just a boy. And now he's a man. We're ... sniff ... so proud!... Read more»2

Nan Stockholm Walden

Walden won't throw hat into Senate race

Nan Stockholm Walden will not run for the Democratic nomination for the U.S. Senate.... Read more»

Election 2010

Goddard launches campaign for governor

Attorney General Terry Goddard kicked off his campaign for governor Monday with a morning speech in Phoenix, followed by a press conference in Tucson.... Read more»

Sheriff Joe Arpaio

Maricopa inmates pedal to power TVs

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has a plan to save electricity and get inmates in shape - "pedal vision."... Read more»

In Southern Arizona, 'terror' is more than Al Qaeda

You know we’re in trouble when a New York Times headline says, “Obama Team Split on Tactics Against Terror,” and you think that means the health care aftermath.... Read more»2

Sheriff Joe Arpaio

ACLU official: Arpaio using immigration for political gain, dividing Arizona

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is using immigration to drive a political agenda and in the process is turning Arizonans against each other and threatening the civil rights of legal residents, the executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union said Friday.... Read more»1

Salette Latas resigns from Oro Valley Town Council

Salette Latas resigned from the Oro Valley Town Council on Thursday. Latas said "my energies need to be focused on my family and on earning a living," in a letter.... Read more»

Arizona could get Chavez national park

The National Park Service is studying sites – including one in Arizona – for a possible national landmark or park in honor of labor leader Cesar Chavez. ... Read more»

Election 2010

Poll: McCain up 15 points over Hayworth

A Daily Kos/Research 2000 poll shows incumbent Republican John McCain up 52 percent to 37 percent over former congressman and right-wing radio host J.D. Hayworth in the race for the GOP senatorial nomination.... Read more»

Richardson deploys New Mexico Guard on border

New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson has ordered his state's National Guard to patrol the border with Mexico.... Read more»

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