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The U.S. Supreme Court is "out of control" on the subject of campaign finance regulation, says a a Friday editorial in the Washington Post. The high court's move to halt Clean Elections matching funds is an "unwarranted intervention." Read more»

The Sunnyside School District is the state's first to join a lawsuit against Arizona's new immigration law. Read more»

Chris Simcox, co-founder of the Minutemen border militia and former adviser to J.D. Hayworth, has been ordered to surrender his guns after his wife accused him of threatening to kill his family and himself. Read more»

Saturn's largest moon, Titan, could be home to a methane-based life form.

Could Saturn’s cold, cloud-covered moon Titan host an exotic form of primitive life based on methane, in sharp contrast to the water-based life of Earth? Read more»

The U.S. Supreme Court ordered an emergency halt to matching-funds payouts from Arizona's publicly funded Clean Elections program on Tuesday. Read more»

Hall & Oates perform on the finale of 'American Idol.'

Hall & Oates, the rock and soul duo popular in the '80s, will not perform in Phoenix because of Arizona's controversial new immigration law. Read more»

Factcheck.org examines Arizona's SB 1070 and finds that it's not just a mirror image of federal law, and allows some profiling. But, in theory, no more than what the courts permit already. Read more»

Stay inside where it's air-conditioned, stay out of the sun and drink plenty of fluids on Monday, says the National Weather Service. The mercury might spike to 109 in Southern Arizona, with temperatures as high as 104 likely in Tucson. Read more»

Supporters of Arizona's strict SB 1070 immigration law rallied at the State Capitol on Saturday, despite temperatures of 107 degrees. Read more»

The 'Go to Green' mural in Prescott.

A Prescott radio host embroiled in a controversy over an elementary school environmental mural is off the air, while the school reversed a decision to lighten the faces of students depicted in the mural. Read more»

Artists say Prescott officials have asked them to lighten the faces on children depicted in a school mural. Read more»

Despite fears that Texas would open its doors to thousands of Mexicans escaping violence at home and seeking a safe haven here, government data shows the number of asylum-seekers from Mexico has actually decreased. Read more»

Johnny Gibson

Johnny Gibson, a longtime fixture downtown at his eponymous barbershop and gym equipment company, died Wednesday night. He was 88. Read more»

President Obama meets with Gov. Jan Brewer in the Oval Office on Thursday.

The media lead-up to Thursday's meeting between Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer and President Obama would have you believe that some sort of ultimate showdown was about to occur. "Very cordial," was how Brewer described the meeting afterward. Read more»

The Los Angeles Unified School District school board wants all its students to be taught that Arizona's new immigration law is un-American. Read more»

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