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Greenpoint Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa.

When the issue of security during the upcoming World Cup is raised, it is usually in reference to South Africa's high crime rate. But there has been surprisingly little discussion about the threat of terrorist attacks. Read more»

When my sister, 101st Airborne Army Capt. Chaplain Fran E. Stuart, returned from Iraq, she was forever changed. Not only had the desert sand, gun blasts and heat penetrated her psyche during her one-year deployment, but a carcinogen had made its way into her body as well. Read more»

The 47-nation conference that ended this week was a unique effort to spotlight what has become the most dangerous prospect the world faces, the summation of all terrors. Securing the world's loose nuclear material is rising to the top of Obama's agenda. Read more»

For a political event heavily hyped as the big game-changer in Britain’s closely fought general election, the country’s first-ever televised leadership debate will perhaps be best remembered for its dullness. Read more»

About 2,000 rallied in El Presidio Park at the Tea Party Tax Day event.

The Tucson Tea Party held a Tax Day rally Thursday at Tucson's El Presidio Park, which drew 2,000 at its peak. The right-wing group invited Tucsonans to "protest a government out of control." Read more»

Think Tucson Police officers don't get enough appreciation? Friday you can thank them yourself. Read more»

A new Associated Press-GfK poll finds Americans oppose the health care remake 50 percent to 39 percent. Read more»

Ah, to live in a world without taxes ... and police, and fire services, and garbage collection, and street lights, and municipal water and sewage ... and so on. Read more»

As an educational institution, Cuba’s Blogger Academy suffers from a few notable deficiencies. It doesn’t grant an accredited degree, its single, cramped classroom isn’t hooked up to the internet. Then there’s the possibility that the next knock on the door might be the police. Read more»

Dozens protested Wednesday at the State Capitol against legislation that among other things would make being in the U.S. illegally a trespassing offense in Arizona. Demonstrators urged Gov. Jan Brewer to veto the bill should it reach her desk.

Urging that Gov. Brewer veto a stringent immigration enforcement bill, demonstrators said the measure would violate constitutional rights. Read more»

The U.S. Army’s most urgent alert was ringing across the Arghandab Valley, from the 82nd Airborne’s Battalion Command to the smallest combat outpost: soldier missing in action. Read more»

A study published Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association reports that financial concerns can lead people having heart attacks to delay treatment. Read more»

José Reyes Ferriz, mayor of Ciudad Juárez, speaks about the history of violence in his border city across the Rio Grande from El Paso.

Though he is hopeful conditions in his city will improve, Juarez's mayor said the drug trafficking at the root of Mexico's problems will continue as long as the U.S. maintains its insatiable appetite for narcotics. Read more»

Marana officials will hold two community meetings to present information on the budget crisis. Read more»

The divided commemorations of a 1940 massacre underscore persistent divides between Russia and Poland. The group of dignitaries who died in a plane crash Saturday was traveling to commemorate those whose lives had been cut terribly short in that very region 70 years ago. Read more»

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