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The United States announced Wednesday that North Korea has agreed to a moratorium on its nuclear activities and tests, marking a breakthrough in negotiations with the communist regime. Read more»

Arizona is losing out on movies and television shows that could be filming here because other states are luring them with tax incentives, a state lawmaker contends. Read more»

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, right, testifies before the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee with Deputy Secretary David Hayes. Salazar said after the hearing that he is confident a ban on Grand Canyon uranium mining will withstand a legal challenge.

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said Tuesday he is confident a 20-year ban on uranium mining near the Grand Canyon will hold up to an industry lawsuit challenging the January withdrawal of the land by federal officials. Read more»

What does it mean to be “conservative” — a word that has different meanings in different places. To say we are becoming more conservative provides a comforting narrative to mainstream journalists who like to reassure people that all is hunky-dory. Read more»

This mine shaft near Superior will eventually be sunk to 7,000 feet.

As it prepares for a huge copper mine set to open near Superior in 2021, Resolution Copper Co. is urging state lawmakers to allow miners who work underground to be scheduled for shifts of up to 12 hours. Read more»

A bill to regulate online schools might create an unintended consequence: grade inflation. Read more»

Romney at the Mesa GOP debate last week.

Despite a late surge by Rick Santorum, Mitt Romney swept to victory in the Arizona Republican primary, with the former Mass. governor beating the ex-senator by a 2-1 margin. Romney also won in Michigan, where he led 41-38 with 82 percent of the vote counted. Read more»

Mitt Romney

Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney won Michigan's primary Tuesday night, edging out rival Rick Santorum in his home state and giving his campaign a major boost. Read more»

Seven packages of methamphetamine were found hidden in the engine compartment of truck on Friday in Nogales.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers seized nearly 12 pounds of heroin and almost 7 pounds of methamphetamine over the weekend at the DeConcini Port of Entry in Nogales. Read more»

Daniel Patterson has been betrayed by his lover (or he betrayed her ... we'll likely never know) and by his Democratic Party colleagues. But a man's bike would never betray him. Would it? Read more»

Today on Buckmaster — Democrat David Crowe, certified financial planner Shelly Fishman, Mark Koskiniemi talks about his failed effort to get on the ballot for the special April 17th primary in CD8, and Joan Lionetti of Tucson Clean and Beautiful. Read more»

A report released by the Pentagon on Tuesday revealed that remains from unidentified 9/11 victims ended up in a landfill. Read more»

Rick Santorum

Rick Santorum is off base when he criticizes college as a place where young people lose their “faith commitment.” Read more»

State Rep. Steve Farley is set to announce that he's seeking the Democratic nomination in Congressional District 2. He will join state Rep. Matt Heinz and state Sen. Paula Aboud in the August primary to see who will take up the mantle of U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. Read more»

President Obama speaks the United Auto Workers on Tuesday.

President Barack Obama defended his auto industry bailout on Tuesday, while speaking to the United Auto Workers on the same day as Republican presidential hopefuls who criticized the bailout faced voters in Michigan. Read more» 1

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