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Kim Jong-il is widely known to have shot 38 under par in his first ever game of golf, but he's more than just a pretty face. Read more»

Google C.E.O. Eric Schmidt may think he's negotiating with China to allow Google to deliver search unfiltered search results, but there's only one possible outcome. Read more»

Journalists on strike in Greece, February 24.

The Greek government last week announced a raft of tax increases and a 30 percent cut to the two-months of "bonus" pay Greek civil servants receive each year. But the new measures are unpopular and anger against them is growing. A protest organized by the country's main unions turned violent. Read more»

Jenny Abrams Wilson, vice president of Abrams Airborne Manufacturing Inc. in Tucson, said Arizona’s enterprise zone program has helped the company grow and add employees. House Speaker Kirk Adams, R-Mesa, wants to expand the program as part of a larger bill he contends will create jobs. Rep. Tom Chabin, D-Flagstaff, who voted against the bill in the House Ways and Means Committee, said Democrats opposed Adams’ bill because he hasn’t demonstrated a clear return in jobs or capital investment and because the new requirements are so broad that the state could wind up giving tax breaks to less-desirable companies.

House Speaker Kirk Adams wants to expand tax incentives in enterprise zones. Rep. Tom Chabin says they're "lipstick on a pig." Read more»

With a state program offering movie productions tax credits set to expire at year's end, a lawmaker wants to not only renew the program but offer incentives similar to those in New Mexico. Read more»

U.K. conservative leader David Cameron.

With elections approaching, Labour signals it will take advantage of questions about Lord Ashcroft's tax status. Read more»

Does this mean God is Johnny Cash, who claims to have been everywhere? Even, presumably, at Hot Topic? Read more»

Rendering of the planned UniSource headquarters, looking south.

A new $60 million headquarters building for UniSource Energy will bring 360 more workers downtown in a solar-powered, energy efficient structure, the company said Thursday morning. Read more»

The city's Channel 12 will move to Access Tucson's downtown facility, and both operations will be funded equally, the City Council voted 6-1 Tuesday. Read more»

Capping a nine-year trade dispute over U.S. farm export credit guarantees, Brazil announced it would impost a broad range of sanctions on U.S. imports. Read more»

The publisher of the Northwest Explorer appears poised to take over the East Valley Tribune after his main competition to buy the Mesa newspaper - a failed bidder for the Tucson Citizen last year - dropped out of the contest. Read more»

A record 20 million Americans collected unemployment benefits in 2009.

The nation's unemployment insurance system, including Arizona's, is in crisis due to a combination skyrocketing unemployment and – in some cases – poor planning. Read more»

Blue mountains in the northern suburbs of Kingston.

A Caribbean pirate named Moses is giving Jamaica an unexpected source of tourism dollars - Jews. Read more»

Starbucks is testing a new 31-ounce "trenta" size for cold drinks. Reminding us that just because something CAN be done, doesn't mean it SHOULD be done. Read more»

A tomato shortage in Florida has had a large impact in Arizona.

Harsh winter weather in Florida has affected tomato prices across the country, including Tucson. Read more»

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