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With Tucson in a state of "emergency" over the sale of stolen goods, the City Council may enact fees Tuesday to cover the cost of investigating such transactions. Read more»

Tucson Electric Power is warning customers be wary of callers who pretend to represent the company in fraudulent efforts to obtain credit card information. Read more»

Homeland Security Janet Napolitano from a National Guard speech in September.

A speech by Homeland Security chief Janet Napolitano at the Pomona College graduation drew demonstrators protesting Arizona's new immigration law. Read more»

Not so long ago, it was popular in China to point at school shootings in the United States as evidence of major problems in American society. Read more»

Border security plan Operation Streamline is a "waste of taxpayer dollars," according to a study by the Warren Institute. Read more»

Child sex trafficking is a social problem being tackled in Tanzania. Here Tanzanian children, who are not involved in sex trafficking, play in the streets of the village of Kandaga.

Say “child trafficking,” and you’re likely to conjure up images of organized crime and international smuggling rings. But sexual exploitation of children is often the result of more ordinary pressures: poverty, disease and social disintegration. Read more»

"The government says it recovered $2.5 billion in overpayments for the Medicare trust fund last year as the Obama administration focused attention on fraud enforcement efforts in the health care industry. Read more»

Solicitor General Elena Kagan is the perfect prophylactic against Senate confirmation trouble; she has no judicial record at all! Read more»

Erica Blasberg in a publicity shot for Puma.

The probe into the death of former Wildcat Erica Blasberg seems to raising more questions than it's answering. Read more»

Thousands marched in Los Angeles on May 1 to protest Arizona's new immigration law.

L.A.'s city council voted to ban city travel to Arizona and future contracts with the state. During a morning-long debate on the resolution, council members compared Arizona’s action to Nazi Germany and the beginning of the Holocaust, said the LA Times. Read more»


Rep. Gabrielle Giffords on Wednesday again asked President Obama to deploy the National Guard to secure the Mexican border. Read more»

A French lawmaker wants to reopen brothels, outlawed in France since 1946, in order to protect prostitutes from predatory pimps and exploitation. But the sex workers say no thanks. Read more»

U.N. human rights experts say Arizona's new immigration law may lead to racial profiling, which is against international law. Read more»

There is growing evidence that fraud was at the heart of the current financial crisis. Why haven't more bank bosses been held responsible for this mess? (Video) Read more»

In desperate times, the perilous smuggler's tunnels between Gaza and Egypt become lifelines. Read more»

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