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Maricopa Sheriff Joe Arpaio is criticizing a new Mexico tourism ad, saying it appears to threaten Arizonans. Read more»

Is it real or is it Photoshop? Nearly all of the time, somewhat regrettably, it's Photoshop. Read more»

Republican gubernatorial hopeful Buz Mills has backed away from claims that Arizona schools have as many administrators as they do teachers. (With video) Read more»

Sam Behrend's tenure at Access Tucson will end on Saturday. Behrend, who has helmed Tucson's public access TV agency since 1987, was released from his contract by the organization's board Thursday night. 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»

'Glee' cast will take the stage at the Dodge Theatre in Phoenix this weekend

While the young stars of "Glee Live! In Concert" prepare to open their tour with a two-night stand in Phoenix, show creator Ryan Murphy published an open letter today calling for a boycott of Newsweek magazine. Read more»

Sachin Tendulkar

A cricket star took India by storm last week when he joined Twitter and began racking up followers at the rate of almost 4,500 an hour. Within the first 24 hours, Sachin Tendulkar’s following reached almost 80,000, sparking a media frenzy and countless tweets. Read more»

David Cameron

Update: Gordon Brown is no longer British Prime Minister. The Queen will now summon David Cameron, leader of the Conservative Party, to form a government. Cameron is expected to form a coalition government with the Liberal Democrat party. Read more»

The Alliance for Community Media is seeking to move its 2011 conference from Tucson in response to SB 1070. Read more»

Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik continued to assail Arizona's controversial SB 1070 immigration law, penning an op-ed piece for the Wall Street Journal on Wednesday. Read more»

We’ve seldom seen a piece of legislation so widely misrepresented, and misunderstood, as the new health care law. No wonder people are confused. And even now the misrepresentations continue. Read more»

Many increasingly popular news outlets in the United States are global information powerhouses, and successful modern reporters will be those able to best deconstruct our globalized world. Read more»

Dougherty

The Phoenix New Times reports that a former staffer, John Dougherty, has filed to run for the U.S. Senate. A reporter who has freelanced for the New York Times and others since leaving the Valley tabloid in 2006, Dougherty will join Rodney Glassman and Randy Parraz in seeking the Democratic nomination. Read more»

If you're going to tell a story, you'd better make it relevant to the listener. And sometimes, that means adding product placement. Would today's child care about such mundane items as trees and apples? Or a long-dead scientist from faraway England? Read more»

U.K. Prime Minister Gordon Brown forgot he was miked up after talking with retired widow Gillian Duffy.

Of all the obstacles to British Prime Minister Gordon Brown's efforts to get his Labour Party re-elected next month, the biggest emerged with emphatic certainty this week: Brown himself. Read more»

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