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Officer Martin H. Escobar, who filed suit against SB 1070, is also a jui-jitsu champion.

A Tucson police officer has filed a lawsuit challenging Arizona's new immigration law, claiming there's no 'race neutral' way to enforce a law that violates numerous constitutional rights. Read more»

An exhumed victim of the Srebrenica massacre, photographed in 2007.

A former Boston resident who took part in the mass execution of 1,200 Bosnian civilians in the worst war crime in Europe since World War II was deported from the U.S. and arrested by Bosnian police on arrival in Sarajevo. Read more»

The Nirvana head shop in Dublin, a day after it was set ablaze.

It started with an explosion that destroyed the Nirvana shop in Dublin's Capel Street on Feb. 12. Five days later a Molotov cocktail was thrown into the Happy Hippy store in North Frederick Street. Read more»

Dupnik speaks at a press conference on border security, April 23.

Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik said that Arizona's new law aimed at arresting illegal immigrants is "a national embarrassment." "I think the law is unwise, it's stupid, and it's racist," he said. Read more»

Text of the travel alert issued by Mexico's Foriegn Ministry for Mexican nationals in Arizona. Read more»

"Taking on the responsibility of federal immigration enforcement is something we really don't have the resources to accomplish," Tucson Police Chief Roberto Villaseñor told a radio interviewer. (With audio) Read more»

Gov. Jan Brewer assures Arizonans that enforcement of immigration law will not involve racial profiling. Uh-huh. Read more»

Experts say that since the practice began nine years ago, as many as 20 million Mexicans have fallen victim to "virtual kidnappings" — an effective extortion technique in a country where real kidnappings are a common occurrence. Read more»

On April 24, groups will gather in town squares and city parks around the world to commemorate this first genocide of the 20th century, when more than a million Armenians were killed as the Ottoman Turk government purged the population. Read more»

Students opposed to SB 1070 demonstrated in front of the Arizona state office building downtown.

Gov. Jan Brewer, doing what she called "best for Arizona," signed SB1070 into law, strengthening the state's immigration laws. Pima County Supervisor Richard Elias said the law would "create a new Jim Crow" in Arizona. Read more»

U.S. Rep. Raúl Grijalva is closing his Tucson and Yuma offices at noon Friday because of multiple death threats. Read more»

It can't be fun knowing you'll go down in history as the Pedophilia Pope. At times, Benedict must ask himself, what would Jesus do? Read more»

A 28-year-old autistic man who had been missing from near his Foothills home since Tuesday was found Wednesday afternoon. Read more»

Marijuana advocates marched through the streets of Tucson on Tuesday in an effort to raise public awareness and encourage legalization of the drug. Read more»

Twenty-nine cameras have been installed on the 1,200-mile Texas-Mexico border, or one camera for every 41 miles. Internet viewers have helped police make a total of 26 arrests — that's about $153,800 per arrest. And some agencies are not even using the cameras. Read more»

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