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FactChecking the 5th Democratic debate

FactCheck found several false and misleading claims in the debate between former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders.... Read more»

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What the Devil won't tell you

Tucson economy faces cracks as UA research funding dries up

Cuts in state funding for the UA and stagnant federal research budgets are going to cost the Tucson economy and cost it a lot. $600 million in lost revenue is like losing two-thirds of Davis Monthan Air Force Base or 80 percent of the Raytheon Missile Systems payroll. It's like losing six Ventana Medical Systems.... Read more»2

Study finds ‘mortality gap’ among middle-aged whites

Death rates among middle-aged white Americans, and suicide and substance abuse are not the biggest culprit, according to a new study.... Read more»

Shattered victims of 'La Bestia' seek help for desperate countrymen

In the Honduran town of El Progreso, 53 men and women belong to an exclusive but undesirable club: the Association of Migrants Returned with Disabilities. Each attempted to reach the U.S. by riding freight trains across Mexico, and each suffered debilitating injuries. It’s a measure of their desperation to find work in America.... Read more»

Tucson holding final meeting on proposed paid time off mandate

A proposed city regulation that would require all employers to provide paid time off to workers will be the topic of a meeting Thursday night — the last of three on the issue.... Read more»1

Sonora ramps up tourism initiatives, downplays Mexico travel warning

Despite a renewed U.S. State Department travel warning for Mexico, neighboring Sonora is moving forward with ambitious plans to attract U.S. visitors just in time for spring break, according to a senior Mexican tourism official.... Read more»

Americans are moving South, West again

Americans are heading South and West again in search of jobs and more affordable housing, as the nation’s economic health continues to improve.... Read more»

Factchecking the sixth Republican debate

In the final GOP debate before the Feb. 1 Iowa caucuses, candidates spun some old and new points.... Read more»

Call center Afni hiring 500 in Tucson

It may not be dialing for dollars, but you can answer phones for a paycheck. Call center giant Afni is expanding its Tucson operations, and expects to hire about 500 entry-level employees over the next few months.... Read more»1

Factchecking Bernie Sanders’ wealth inequality statistic

The presidential candidate says that the American people “understand that something is profoundly wrong when the 20 richest people in our country own more wealth than the bottom half of the American population — 150 million people.” ... Read more»

What the Devil won't tell you

Ducey's SoS: Sharing in no way means caring

The Ducey Doctrine would seem quite the grand vision for a dystopian freelance future for all. Maybe in this odd-job economy, we can sell tickets for to-the-death cage matches over which Uber driver gets the next fare. His plan for Arizona's economy is downright Hobbesian, brutish and hustling.... Read more»1

Sales help wanted: Inquire within

Do you love small businesses? Are you great at talking with people? Do you believe in buying local? Do you think a smarter Tucson is a better Tucson? TucsonSentinel.com seeks to expand our underwriting team with a few more creative and hard-working sales executives.... Read more»1

Former inmate helps Arizona ex-cons find jobs, purpose after prison

While still behind bars, Frantz Beasley created AZ Common Ground, a nonprofit that helps those with felony convictions move forward after prison.... Read more»

Despite high unemployment, Yuma’s agribusiness continues to thrive

Every month, the Bureau of Labor Statistics publishes a report listing metropolitan areas with the highest unemployment rates in the country. Yuma often finds itself at the top of that list. It had a non-seasonally adjusted unemployment rate of 23.2 percent in October, when the national average hovered at 4.8 percent.... Read more»

Immigrants help hometowns with Mexico’s ‘Three for One’ matching program

A Mexican government program matches remittances sent home by immigrants in the U.S., helping build hospitals, schools and scholarship funds as well as local businesses. "They are productive investments and they make a big difference."... Read more»1

Trump becomes poster boy in Dem effort to register Latino voters

In heavily Latino areas, Democratic party and progressive activists are actively using the inflammatory immigration rhetoric of Trump and some other Republican presidential candidates as part of their voter registration campaigns.... Read more»1

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