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Report: Az could lose 49,000 jobs if federal budget cuts take effect

Arizona could lose more than 49,000 jobs if automatic federal budget cuts are allowed to take effect in January, according to a report released Tuesday. “We are just a few short months away from economic Armageddon,” said Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton.... Read more»

Soldier from Lake Havasu City dies after firefight in eastern Afghanistan

A Lake Havasu City soldier died in Afghanistan Saturday from wounds he suffered in an attack while on patrol in the eastern province of Khost, the Pentagon announced Tuesday.... Read more»

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: Will an open primary appeal to more voters?

Monday on Buckmaster- It's the Political Face-Off with commentators Bruce Ash and Paul Eckerstrom. Plus, Gen. John Wickham, former chief of staff of the U.S. Army, on current military hot spots.... Read more»

Guest opinion

McCain: Libya's journey to democracy an inspiration

This is a historic day for the people of Libya. After 42 years of darkness and cruelty under Qaddafi, and after nine months of brutal fighting and sacrifice to liberate their great nation, Libyans have now elected their own leaders and continued to determine their own destiny.... Read more»

Congress can’t say no to military pay raises

While civilian salary increases have slowed to a crawl in the last five years, a new Pentagon report shows rapidly-growing military payrolls have proved immune to the economic pain felt in the private sector. In many cases, soldiering now pays much better than civilian work.... Read more»

How to adopt a Syrian rebel

For just $1 a day, you too can help a Syrian rebel oust President Bashar al-Assad.... Read more»

Barber appointed to Armed Services, Homeland Security committees

New U.S. Rep. Ron Barber has been appointed to two powerful House committees: Armed Services and Homeland Security.... Read more»1

Comic: Syria


Topping today's overseas news is the about-face done by a Russian ship allegedly carrying attack helicopters destined for Syria, where they would presumably be used to prop up the regime.... Read more»

Mubarak on life support, Egypt's media reports

Egypt's state media reported on Tuesday that Hosni Mubarak, the country's deposed president, is on life support after suffering a stroke.... Read more»


White House’s drone death figures don’t add up

ProPublica collected claims by the Obama administration about deaths from drone strikes in Pakistan and compared each one not to local reports but rather to other administration claims. The numbers sometimes do not add up.... Read more»

Guest opinion

McCain: Administration 'behind' on Syria

For 15 months now, the Syrian people have faced an onslaught of violence from Bashar al-Assad. When it comes to the administration's policy toward Syria, to say they are 'leading from behind' is too generous. That suggests they are leading. They are just behind.... Read more»

F-35 jet: Bouncing too much to find the enemy

A host of problems plague the military’s newest jet fighter, the F-35, but one of the simplest yet most troublesome is identified in a new government audit as unreadable “symbology.”... Read more»

Smart v. Stupid

Raped in the military, then raped by Congress

Scarred by war, then by friendly fire rape, House Republicans also would like women service members to bear their rapist’s child. ... Read more»1

Poll: Most non-Americans oppose U.S. drone attacks

America's use of unmanned drones to kill terror suspects is widely opposed around the world, according to a survey. ... Read more»


'Suspicious packages' at Homeland Security

"Suspicious packages" were delivered to the offices of the Department of Homeland Security on Oracle Road. But everything turned out OK.... Read more»

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