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As protests grow, big labor sides with police unions

The latest in the historically fraught relationship among police, labor and the civil rights movement.... Read more»

Census: Arizona continues to lag far behind U.S. on school spending

New Census Bureau figures show that per-pupil spending in Arizona’s public schools was fourth-lowest in the nation in 2017, hampering the state’s efforts in recent years to improve education funding.... Read more»

Az charters excited by DeVos nomination, public schools wary

Public school advocates in Arizona are withholding judgment – for now – on school-choice champion Betsy DeVos, who faced a Senate confirmation hearing Tuesday on her nomination to become the next secretary of Education.... Read more»

U.S. goes after agents who moonlight for Mexican cartels

There are allegations that hundreds of Customs and Border Patrol agents could have been tempted by the glitter of gangster gold. ... Read more»