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President Barack Obama continued to tout the new health law in an appearance in Maine Thursday. Read more»

Walden, Hayworth, Glassman and McCain, clockwise from top left.

As the Republican primary battle between U.S. Senator John McCain and J.D. Hayworth heats up, two Democrats may be on the verge of campaigning to be the first Democratic senator from Arizona in 15 years. Read more» 5

Iran's Ahmadinejad.

Having failed to talk Iran out of its nuclear program the Obama administration has ramped up efforts to get the Security Council to endorse a new round of sanctions. Read more»

Starting today, states can choose to take the first steps toward the massive expansion of insurance coverage that is the health overhaul's chief goal. And for some states, that move could have the benefit of reviving funding for state-run programs that insure low-income adults. Read more»

Arizona ranks right around the national average so far when it comes to residents mailing back their 2010 census forms, but average isn't good enough with federal dollars and congressional representation at stake, officials said Wednesday. Read more»

Krentz in 2008.

U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords called for the deployment of National Guard troops along the border with Mexico on Tuesday. Read more»

A week after the health overhaul cleared Congress, a business lobby that opposed the plan is now regrouping to shape its implementation and exact political retribution on supporters. Read more»

"Daily Show" host Jon Stewart had an observation or two about the recent (apparent) rapprochement between John McCain and Sarah Palin. Read more» 1

With so many people working and going to school full-time, it's difficult to see why anyone in this position would be disqualified from receiving unemployment benefits, a state lawmaker says. Read more»

Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Phoenix, wants state law to clarify who makes final decisions about what's done with remains of service members who die on active duty, saying that confusion can lead to lawsuits. Read more»

U.S. regulators have asked NASA to help investigate the possible origins of the sudden unintended acceleration problem in Toyota cars. The agency put their best man on it. Read more»

A PR firm chosen to win consumer trust on medical records privacy was hip-deep in controversy a few years ago for producing a series of fake TV news stories that violated a federal ban on propaganda. Read more»

A Raleigh, N.C., city council member has promised to name his children after the founders of Google if the company will provide the city with high-speed internet. Read more»

Fars News Agency claims to show two men in front of an Iranian satellite launching rocket named 'Safir-2,' in this Feb. 2009 photo.

A mouse, two turtles and a bunch of worms may not sound like much of a threat compared to centrifuges that are working overtime to produce weapons-grade uranium. But the critters are representative of another track in Tehran's effort to build its military into a force to be reckoned with. Read more»

200,000 rallied for immigration reform in Washington, D.C. on March 21.

Immigration reformers have been itching for Congress to finish the health-care overhaul and finally begin the debate about fixing the nation's broken immigration system. "We have to end the suffering of all these individuals and families and allow equal access to health and education for millions." Read more»

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