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Rosenblum: Fall of Afghanistan — 'We tried to tell you'

Here we go again. Americans clamor for the exits, leaving behind innocent blood and sophisticated weapons for jubilant irregulars who humiliated them with antiquated guns and makeshift bombs. Next time, America risks bumbling into another unwinnable war with an adversary that can hit back hard - and closer to home.... Read more»

Widely circulated photo shows bodies of a man & toddler daughter who drowned trying to seek asylum in the U.S.

A photo of the bodies of an El Salvadoran man and his toddler daughter who drowned in the Rio Grande after reportedly being unable to request asylum on U.S. soil was published by a Mexican newspaper and has since been widely circulated through social media.... Read more»

AP chief: 'Unconstitutional' DOJ probe makes sources shy

The Justice Department's seizure of journalists' phone records has made sources reluctant to talk, damaging the wire agency's ability to report the news, said Associated Press chief Gary Pruitt.... Read more»

John C. Scott

J.C. Scott: Farley predicts quick state budget deal

Interviews with Terry Dee of Habitat for Humanity's Habistore, Mark B. Evans of Tucsoncitizen.com, TucsonSentinel.com columnist Jimmy Zuma, GOP Rep. Ethan Orr and Democrat Sen. Steve Farley predicted a deal on the state budget will happen quickly — including an expansion of Medicaid.... Read more»1

John C. Scott

J.C. Scott: Chuck Huckelberry on taxes, new Pima County Courthouse

Interviews with Jim Kuliesh, president of the Alliance of Construction Trades, developer Richard Studwell, Republican strategist Sam Stone, and Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry, along with Central Arizona Project GM David Modeer, and Jim Small of the Arizona Capitol Times.... Read more»