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The Arizona State Capitol building in Phoenix.

Tucson Rep. Daniel Patterson was removed from a House committee because of remarks he made to another legislator. Read more» 2

Sick of playing online games with a bunch of dudes? Now you can play with an attractive girl – for a fee. Read more»

Tucson ranked No. 8 in the U.S. in overall household expenses in a study by Bundle.com. Read more»

Tucson is adding four new red-light cameras. Read more» 3

Italian police used a suspect's excessive use of Facebook to track down one of the country's most-wanted mafia bosses. Read more»

Democrats and Republicans are preparing for a long political battle that will turn on the ramifications of health reform. Read more»

Greg Byrne, 2008.

Arizona has hired a new athletic director - Mississippi State's Greg Byrne. Read more» 1

Every person in England will soon have their own web page in an effort to cut government spending. Read more»

President Obama, who vowed during his campaign that "transparency" would be key to administration, has seen his departments try to keep more records secret. Read more»

A gang member convicted of murdering a rival became the first person to be convicted using dog DNA. Read more»

Windless Bight is more than 12 miles from open water, even in the Antarctic summer – not exactly where one would expect to find sophisticated aquatic life-forms swimming beneath a layer of ice nearly 600 feet thick. This map shows the location of the drill site overlaid on NASA's Landsat Image Mosaic of Antarctica.

Scientists have found life 600 feet beneath an Antarctic ice sheet, questioning assumptions about life in the universe. Read more»

Tucson's "innovative building" has helped the city make Sunset Magazine's list of 20 towns of the future. Read more»

An employment firm in England apologized to one of its customers for discriminating against him because of his religion - the International Church of Jediism. Read more»

The Mexican government will continue to use a hand-held device to uncover drugs and explosives, despite warnings it doesn't work. Read more»

Wonder if the nose stud messes up the scan?

Security experts, already able to identify you by your fingerprints and eyes, could soon be scanning your nose to see whether you're a terrorist. Read more»

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