In latest MPP rollback, asylum seekers with closed cases will have the chance try again

Researchers say some 28,000 migrants enrolled in the Trump-era program had their cases closed in absentia.

Evacuation orders expand as wildfires continue to burn in Arizona

Hot weather and severe drought are driving an active fire season

Former Havasupai chairman dies at 73

Rex Tilousi was an advocate against uranium mining within the Grand Canyon, home of the tribe.

Flat tax passes Arizona House

The flat tax was a priority for Governor Doug Ducey.

Sinema part of infrastructure deal

The Arizona senator was part of a bipartisan group that crafted the compromise.

Flat tax passes Arizona House

The flat tax was a priority for Governor Doug Ducey.

Water cutbacks anticipated as Lake Mead levels drop

The reservoir's level hit a record low in June.

When can a business or institution mandate COVID vaccines?

Gov. Ducey signed an executive order blocking public universities and community colleges from mandating the vaccine.

Growing infrastructure in the Tucson metro and the RTA’s role

Voters approved the Regional Transportation Authority in 2006.
After Years Of Detecting Land Mines, A Heroic Rat Is Hanging Up His Sniffer
Magawa has been working for five years in Cambodia, sniffing out dozens of land mines.
Far From The Internet, These Big, Benevolent Trolls Lure Humans To Nature
Thomas Dambo both designs the trolls and writes their fairy tales.
A Timeline Of NPR's First 50 Years
Monday, May 3, 2021, marks the 50th anniversary of NPR's first on-air original broadcast.
Watch Live: Biden And Harris Respond To Chauvin Verdict
President Biden remarks on the guilty verdict for former police officer Derek Chauvin for the death of George Floyd.
Some Generous Apes May Help Explain The Evolution Of Human Kindness
Researchers think bonobos may help explain how humans evolved the capacity to be nice.
Biden Holds 1st Press Conference As President
President Biden is holding his first news conference Thursday at 10am
Archaeologists Discover Additional Dead Sea Scroll Fragments In Desert Caves
The artifacts were found in an arid desert region where the Dead Sea Scrolls were first discovered in the 1940s and 50s.
Biden Marks 1 Year Of Pandemic
Thursday, March 11 at 6 p.m
A 'Lamborghini' Of Chariots Is Discovered At Pompeii. Archaeologists Are Wowed
The chariot survived the eruption and the intervening years because it was stored inside a portico.

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