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Feds investing reports of exhaust fumes wafting into Ford Explorers

Federal regulators are investigating a possible defect in Ford Explorers following scores of complaints about exhaust and carbon monoxide pouring into the passenger compartments of the popular SUVs.... Read more»1

Judge tosses defamation suit over report on Az terrorism info center

A federal district judge in Phoenix threw out a lawsuit over a report that allegedly defamed a government contractor who helped a Chinese national gain access to a counterterrorism center. The lawsuit stemmed from an August 2014 story that revealed an apparent security breach at the Arizona Counter Terrorism Information Center.... Read more»

Arizona’s proposal to restart KidsCare wins federal approval

The state froze its participation in the Children's Health Insurance Program in the midst of the recession in 2009. Officials say as many as 40,000 children from low- and middle-income families may gain coverage.... Read more»

Texas bullet train opponents hope to derail project

The Texas Legislature could put up major road blocks next year for a private firm's plans to build a high-speed rail project connecting Houston and Dallas now that a federal transportation board has decided the project falls under state jurisdiction.... Read more»

The best reporting on Mike Pence through the years

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence served five terms in Congress and worked his way up to a leadership role in the House. Since he has sealed his Congressional records until December 2022, we’ve done what we can to dig up the best reporting on Donald Trump’s would-be vice president.... Read more»

FactCheck: Clinton’s greatest hits

A compendium of the top false and misleading claims by the Democratic presidential candidate. ... Read more»1

Az delegates hope for unity, progressive change after DNC email leak

Many Arizona delegates, supporters of Clinton and Sanders, are trying to take a longer-term view of the email leaks that led to the resignation of the DNC chairwoman this weekend.... Read more»1

Tribal leaders call on next president to include Native voices in policy

“Our voice, tribal voice,” was the mantra during Monday’s caucus of Native American delegates to the Democratic National Convention.... Read more»

Grijalva calls for party to return to progressive roots, support Clinton

U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva, one of the earliest congressional supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign, took the stage at the Democratic National Convention to say he is throwing support behind likely nominee Hillary Clinton. "I’m proud to be part of a movement that’s going to beat Donald Trump, that’s going to help Hillary Clinton," he said.... Read more»1

U.S., Mexico air transport accord enters in force, seen boosting travel

The United States and Mexico agreed to put into force a new air transportation agreement that is expected to boost travel and clear the way for any city to have direct airline service to the neighboring nation, the U.S. Transportation Department said on Monday. ... Read more»

Trump defends Oswald claim

Donald Trump doubled down on his baseless insinuation that a photograph published by the National Enquirer shows Ted Cruz’s father with “crazy Lee Harvey Oswald having breakfast.”... Read more»

The best reporting on Tim Kaine through the years

Through accountability stories and other in-depth reports, ProPublica took a look back at the career of the Virginia senator who Hillary Clinton has picked as her running mate. ... Read more»

Convention delegates show lukewarm support for McCain re-election

When Arizona delegates to the Republican National Convention were asked last week how many would not vote for Sen. John McCain in next month’s primary, more than half of their hands went up.... Read more»

Arizona GOP told it has work to do to reach millennials, independents

Republican pollster Frank Luntz told Arizona delegates last week that the Grand Old Party needs to focus less on the “old” if it hopes to remain relevant in the future.... Read more»

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Spain’s Civil War and the Americans who fought in it: A convoluted legacy

Eighty years ago this month, in the Spanish North African enclave of Melilla, a group of right-wing generals staged a military coup, aimed at overthrowing Spain’s democratically elected government. The July 1936 uprising unleashed the Spanish Civil War, a horrific conflagration that lasted almost three years.... Read more»

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