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It’s weird how Republicans claim they love the United States Constitution, refer to themselves as “constitutionalists,” yet hate press freedom and do everything in their power to destroy it. Read more»

Right now, the Fox News b.s. is that President Biden is going to spend $30 million to distribute free crack pipes. These right-wingers took a lie, spun it into a conspiracy theory, then laced it with racism. Read more»

Arizona junior Gile Bite Starkute is the first Lithuanian to play college golf in the United States and has emerged as a standout for the Wildcats. She hopes to be her country’s first Olympic golfer.

Tucson and Vilnius, Lithuania are separated by nearly 6,000 miles - and even further in the world of golf - which explains why University of Arizona junior Gile Bite Starkute is an even more important piece of the Lithuanian golf community than Arizona’s vast golf landscape. Read more»

Northern Arizona cross country runners say after training in Flagstaff, they feel well-prepared to compete at sea level.

Flagstaff, the home of Northern Arizona University, has an altitude of almost 7,000 feet, making it a prime spot for endurance training, not only for NAU athletes but for world class athletes from around the globe. Read more»

The Supreme Court is set to hear arguments Dec. 1 in a Mississippi abortion law case that could be a vehicle for overturning Roe v. Wade. Scores of briefs have been filed on both sides of the case, including one from more than 500 women athletes – at least nine of them with Arizona ties – arguing in support of abortion rights.

Nine Arizonans are among the more than 500 female athletes who signed on to a brief to the Supreme Court this week challenging Mississippi’s restrictive new abortion law - a case in which Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has filed a brief supporting the law. Read more»

Luis Miguel Grijalva

A Northern Arizona University track and field athlete who has no immigration status succeeded at securing a special permission from the federal government on Monday to travel to compete in the Olympics Games in Tokyo and return to the U.S. Read more»

The 69-ton floating Olympic Rings Monument in Tokyo Bay, adjacent to Rainbow Bridge.

The United States is sending over 600 athletes to compete at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics - the opening ceremonies Friday signified the official start of the much delayed, much anticipated event - and here are the schedules for the 19 Arizonans either born or raised in the state. Read more» 1

Abdi Abdirahman, 44, is considered by many past his marathon prime, but with the right training, patience and consistency he’s found the ideal balance to compete in his fifth Olympics.

At 44, Tucson resident Abdihakim ‘Abdi’ Abdirahman has defied all odds to become the oldest U.S. runner ever to make an Olympic team, competing at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo thanks to minor tweaks to his training regimen and a honed awareness of his body’s needs. Read more»

Navy Olympians shake hands with Defense Secretary Ash Carter, Master Chief Petty Officer Steven Giordano and Navy Under Secretary Janine Davidson.

Two Arizonans were among the 23 service members who represented Team USA in Rio this summer. Read more»

Micheal Phelps is ready to bring the experience of a 23 gold-medal winning Olympian to the pool at ASU.

In winning his 23rd gold medal Saturday night, Michael Phelps put an exclamation point on his historic Olympic swim career. Now he will return home to Arizona, where he will join his coach Bob Bowman at Arizona State University as a volunteer assistant coach. Read more» 1

Matti Harrison is training at the Phoenix Swim Club for the Olympic Swimming Trials in July.

A string of athletes from Arizona has pursued the Olympic dream and made it a reality. But they have done so outside of the state. That has started to change. Read more»

Dutch F-16s will join the U.S.-led campaign against IS in Iraq.

Ukraine isn’t the only major argument between Moscow and Washington. Read more»

Brace yourselves: 2014 is going to be another big year for news. Read more»

It’s been quite a year for U.S. foreign policy, with plenty of undertakings both naughty and nice. Read more»

Thousands of protesting youths brave police backlash in Brazil's largest cities. What's making Brazilians so angry? Read more»

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