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Get ready for 'supermoon' Saturday

Take a walk in the moonlight Saturday and you'll soak up 30 percent more moonbeam than normal, according to information provided by NASA on this weekend's "supermoon" event. ... Read more»

Comic: China

Lookin' for love

Who is Chen Guangcheng? Just another blind Chinese dissident lawyer ... lookin' for love.... Read more»

Drug war

14 decapitated, 9 hanged bodies found in Nuevo Laredo

The bodies of 9 people were found Friday morning hanged from a Nuevo Laredo bridge. The mutilated bodies of 14 others were found later in the day, reports said.... Read more»

Police pop 18 for DUI, task force continues over weekend

Tucson police arrested 18 drivers for DUI at a Thursday night checkpoint near downtown. The Southern Arizona DUI Task Force will continue its deployment over the Cinco de Mayo weekend.... Read more»

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: Polite politics - is it possible?

Today on Buckmaster - It's the Friday Focus with a conversation with UA Communication Prof. Kate Kenski.... Read more»

TSA reveals passenger complaints... four years later

From intrusive pat-downs to body scans to perceived profiling, the Transportation Security Administration always seems to be the target of complaints. Here's another one: It took the TSA almost four years to tell me what people complained about — in 2008.... Read more»1

Ted Nugent: Bearing arms, cranking up controversy

If controversy could be rolled up and smoked, Ted Nugent would be on oxygen by now. (with video)... Read more»


Q&A: Obama vs. Ryan on controlling Medicare spending

Looking at Paul Ryan and Barack Obama's plans in detail shows that practical effects are likely to be very different when it comes to restraining federal spending and impact on seniors. ... Read more»


Stimulus money for jobs overseas?

An ad from the conservative Americans for Prosperity distorts the truth about stimulus money for “green jobs” going overseas. The ad, titled “Wasteful Spending,” introduces some new wrinkles to this well-used line of attack.... Read more»

Job-growth report for April disappoints

The U.S. economy created 115,000 jobs in April, fewer than analysts had expected, according to the Labor Department's report on Friday. However, the unemployment rate dipped slightly, from 8.2 percent to 8.1 percent.... Read more»

Journalists found slain in Mexico

The dismembered bodies of two photojournalists were found in Mexico’s eastern state of Veracruz Thursday, less than a week after a magazine reporter was found dead in her home in the same state.... Read more»


Blind justice in China

Blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng sought refuge in the U.S. embassy in Beijing, but later, perhaps bowing to pressure from China, he left the embassy grounds.... Read more»

Smart v. Stupid

The ignoble death of Arizona racist J.T. Ready

Last week I offered Russell Pearce’s anti-Mexican jihad as an example of the kind of overt racism that is no longer tolerated in politics. Now just a few days later we learn that J.T. Ready, Arizona’s leading white supremacist, appears to have committed a murder-suicide.... Read more»

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: Targeting tourist dollars from Sonora

Today on Buckmaster - We start things off with a conversation with Terry Bracy, Buckmaster Show Washington contributor. Then, we preview the Sonoran Region Business Development Conference presented by Tucson's Caballeros del Sol. Also, Guy Gunther of CenturyLink.... Read more»

ASU Hispanic Mother-Daughter Program still going strong

The Hispanic Mother-Daughter Program at ASU is still going strong more than a year after Arizona passed a ban on affirmative action.... Read more»1

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