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BP arrests 2, seizes more than 1,700 lbs of pot

Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents seized more than 1,700 pounds of marijuana and arrested two people in separate incidents Monday.... Read more»

Oslo shooter declared clinically insane

Anders Behring Breivik, the man who has confessed to killing 77 people in Oslo in July, has been declared clinically insane.... Read more»1

Guest opinion

Immigration: Call them 'illegal'

I have been asked how to refer to people who are in this country illegally — as illegal aliens or by a softer term, like undocumented immigrants. I suppose as a legal immigrant to this country at the age of 4, I might have a different perspective from those who have not had at least part of those terms applied to them.... Read more»1

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Immigration: Call them 'unauthorized'

It may not be all that important, in the scheme of things, but words do matter, and people do take sides on this issue, so here’s my take. The adjective “illegal” generates pejorative, negative reactions in the listener or reader.... Read more»2

Perry gets nod from Arpaio

Texas Gov. Rick Perry, hoping to win back voters who think he’s weak on illegal immigration, is promising to detain and deport every illegal border crosser if elected president. Perry made the remarks right after picking up the endorsement of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.... Read more»2

Feds shut down websites selling counterfeit items

Federal authorities shut down 150 websites on Monday, by seizing their domain names, after they were accused of selling counterfeit or pirated merchandise.... Read more»

BP seizes 5,530 lbs of pot, arrests 2

Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents seized more than 5,500 pounds of marijuana and arrested two suspected smugglers in five incidents since Saturday.... Read more»

Push for help from ICC infuriates Mexican officials

As Mexicans struggle with relentless massacres, mass graves and assassinations, a group of activists have turned to an outside power for help — the International Criminal Court.... Read more»

Border Patrol wrapup: Felons apprehended

Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents apprehended three men with criminal histories and rescued three men from the desert over the weekend.... Read more»

Holiday not so festive for 52 drunken drivers

The Southern Arizona DUI Task Force arrested 52 alleged drunken drivers over the Thanksgiving holiday, police said. Thursday, 10 alleged drunken drivers were pulled over, with 24 arrested Friday and 18 on Saturday.... Read more»1

Pollution by the numbers

From Tonawanda, N.Y., to Hayden, hundreds of U.S. communities are still exposed to pollutants, which can cause cancer, birth defects and other health issues — more than 20 years after passage of the Clean Air Act.... Read more»

Mexican marines seize 900 guns

Mexican marines broke open a ship container in Michoacán and uncovered a whopping total of 900 firearms that included 9 mm pistols and shot guns — neither type of which is commonly used by drug cartels hitmen.... Read more»1

Shoppers let loose on Black Friday

In an annual orgy of shopping marred by the usual violence, Americans rushed into stores on Black Friday 2011 to take advantage of promotional deals at the start of the pre-Christmas shopping season.... Read more»1

Drug war spills over into Honduras

At a time when Honduras urgently needs a functional law enforcement presence capable of lowering the country’s staggering homicide rate — the highest in the world in 2010, according to a new U.N. report — its police force has hit a low point.... Read more»1

BP arrest 16, seize 1,087 lbs of pot

Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents seized more than 1,000 lbs of marijuana and arrested 16 suspected drug smugglers in separate incidents Wednesday in the West Desert... Read more»

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