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Support for Democrats by independents on several issues has slipped in the past year, according to a poll by a conservative research group. Read more»

Gov. Jan Brewer's lead in the Republican primary for governor is holding, and her chances look even better now the Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has announced he's not running. Read more»

The border separating Nogales, Sonora, and Nogales, Ariz.

A call to boycott Arizona in the wake of its new immigration policy might not be practical, say border-area residents. But a travel advisory issued by the Mexican government might be slowing sales at Nogales businesses. Read more» 1

Gov. Jan Brewer, in the wake of signing a controversial immigration law, now leads in a Republican primary, unless she's running against Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Read more»

Arizona lawmakers have approved several changes to the recently passed sweeping law targeting illegal immigration. Read more»

University of Arizona President Robert Shelton

Honor students are staying away from the University of Arizona in the wake of the state's new immigration law, according to a memo from President Robert Shelton. Read more»

Five more Tucson public schools are slated to be closed. Read more»

An official with the Mexican government has advised citizens not to travel to Arizona in the wake of the state's tough new immigration law. Aeromexico said it is suspending flights to Phoenix and Tucson due to a “significant” fall in demand. Read more» 1

Jennifer McCreight's Boobquake may have backfired.

Boobquakers, are you happy now? According to one cleric, your efforts may have doomed us all. Read more» 4

Students opposed to SB 1070 demonstrated Friday in front of the Arizona state office building downtown.

A new poll finds that 60 percent of voters nationwide support Arizona's tough new immigration law. Read more»

These mysterious objects might be aliens, but if they are, we should hide from them, Stephen Hawking says.

Instead of sending probes into space looking for intelligent life, we should keep our heads down and hope they don't find us, says Stephen Hawking. Read more» 1

U.S. Rep. Raúl Grijalva is closing his Tucson and Yuma offices at noon Friday because of multiple death threats. Read more» 1

Despite criticism from the right and the left, and questions of legality, Arizona's House of Representatives has voted to advance a bill demanding that future presidential candidates prove their citizenship. Read more»

Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard (left) and Gov. Jan Brewer

Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard has lost ground in his race for governor. Read more»

A new survey finds that 70 percent of likely voters in Arizona approve of a tougher immigration law awaiting Gov. Jan Brewer's signature while 23 percent oppose it. Read more» 1

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