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Mar-a-Lago raided: Search Trump's toilets!

The FBI has raided Mar-a-Lago. We learned this from Trump himself who made a very whiny post about it on his joke of a social media platform, Truth Social. He’s partly upset the FBI didn’t give him, a guy with a habit of flushing evidence, advance notice of their raid. ... Read more»

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Got questions for Al Melvin?

Got questions for state Sen. Al Melvin? Let us know. We'll be interviewing the Republican legislator on the Buckmaster Show at noon on Friday.... Read more»3

Comic: Politics

Scorpions for Breakfast

Jan Brewer may think she knows scorpions, but who could know more about scorpions than a guy who grew up in Indonesia?... Read more»

Senate weighs state Supreme Court justice’s federal nomination

Arizona Supreme Court Justice Andrew Hurwitz was subjected to only a few light questions Thursday as the Senate Judiciary Committee considered his nomination to a seat on the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.... Read more»

Is the FBI monitoring your Twitter, Facebook?

The Federal Bureau of Investigations is seeking to develop an early-warning system based on material "scraped" from social networks.... Read more»2

Lawmaker: In face of fires, control of forests should be local

Facing devastating wildfires and inaction by the federal government, Arizona should declare its sovereignty and take control of its national forests, a state lawmaker contends.... Read more»

Hillary Clinton to quit if Obama is re-elected

Hillary Clinton will not stay on as Secretary of State if Barack Obama is re-elected for a second term as president, she told her department Thursday.... Read more»2

Ban on texting while driving advances in state House

The state House Transportation Committee voted 6-2 on Thursday to endorse HB 2512, authored by Rep. Steve Urie, R–Gilbert, which carries a fine of $50 for those caught texting while driving and $200 if a texting driver is involved in an accident.... Read more»

BP agents find nearly a ton of pot in abandoned SUV

Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents seized nearly a ton of marijuana from an abandoned vehicle in the West Desert early Thursday... Read more»

As rail tragedies fade from memory, resistance to safety rule gains steam

Less than four years after a California train disaster spurred passage of major safety legislation, railroad companies are pushing hard to relax the law's chief provision.... Read more»

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: Push begins to change campaign finance regulations

Today on Buckmaster — We've got a newsmaker interview with Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne. Also, a preview of this Saturday's Beat Back Buffelgrass Day with Dana Backer, ecologist with Saguaro National Park. Plus, the new study results on the benefits of early childhood education with Buckmaster Show education contributor Robert Hendricks.... Read more»

Obama cites another green company; it immediately goes bankrupt

Just two days after President Obama referenced Ener1, an electric battery maker that received a $118 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy, the company has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. ... Read more»2


Contraceptive coverage rule is a big win for students

Students need affordable contraception as much as other young adults do, and starting this August, they will have it with no cost-sharing, regardless of whether their university has a religious affiliation.... Read more»

Feds have failed to act on toxic chemical, report says

Despite growing fears over the health effects of a chemical found in many baby bottles and a host of other products, federal regulators have done little to protect the public, according to a new report from a nonprofit research group.... Read more»

Army chief OK with brigade cuts

Army Chief of Staff Gen. Raymond Odierno said he is comfortable with the downsizing of his force, after the Pentagon announced it would be cutting the Army brigade.... Read more»

Gingrich promises moon base by 2020

Republican presidential contender Newt Gingrich promised Wednesday to build a base on the moon by the end of his second term in 2020.... Read more»1

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