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US moves to limit asylum for threatened family members

The U.S. attorney general says not all family units can be considered a "social group" for the purposes of asylum.

As Southwest water managers grapple with climate change, can a 'Grand Bargain' work?

The approach aims to rebalance some of the bad math that came from promising water to too many people.

Supreme Court allows use of Pentagon funds for border wall

The court said Friday that it would lift a freeze on the money put in place by a lower court.

Term extended for Mexican elected governor with US ties

A researcher says the rules change signals Mexican political institutions are being tested.

Tohono O'odham Nation inaugurates leadership

Ned Norris Jr. and Wavalene Saunders had previously served as chairman and vice chairwoman.

Catholic Community Services secures new space for immigrant shelter at juvenile detention center

The Pima County Board of Supervisors approved the lease Monday.

Secretary of State Pompeo plans travel to Latin America

Pompeo is expected to talk about issues like free trade and immigration with counterparts in Mexico and other countries.

Tribes gain direct access to FBI sex offender registry

The U.S. attorney general said access to the FBI database will give tribal officials information to better prevent sex crimes.

Legislation could send federal judges to Yuma and Flagstaff

A bill in Congress allows federal court hearings in two more Arizona cities.

Tucson investigating 911 outage

The emergency system went down briefly Tuesday morning.

Arizona senators propose drought bill

The bipartisan bill aims to help water utilities plan for dry future

Mexican president marks 1 year since election amid concerns over administration

Critics say measures of crime and the economy suggest there is little to celebrate.

A-10 goes head-to-head with newer fighter jet

The tests of the A-10 to the F-35 are meant to compare the strengths of the two planes.

Gerrymander ruling and potential future challenges to Arizona districting

Most of Arizona’s gerrymander complaints are not based on party.

Border official resigns amid uproar over migrant children

The departure of John Sanders comes as Congress considers emergency border funding.

Southern Arizona officials ask Congress to keep clean car standards

The White House wants to let automakers roll back emission and mileage standards.

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