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The Effect of #MeToo at the Arizona Capitol

In the wake of the expulsion of a state representative, we ask how the culture of the Capitol is changing.

Discrimination at Universities and How to Report on Harassment Allegations

Recent lawsuits filed by women agains the UA allege harassment and discrimination.

#MeToo at the Capitol; Gem Show; Stock Market Volatility

Also, looking into harassment and discrimination lawsuits filed by women against the UA

Increase in Migrants Found Dead Along the US-Mexico Border

The numbers come as border apprehensions drop.

US Trade Deficit With Mexico Increases 10 Percent

Some economists say it may be a sign of consumer confidence; Trump has vowed to reverse it.

Finance Prof: Stock Market Volatility Not a Threat to Retirement Funds

UA professor urges patience, long-term planning.

Arizona Bowl Gives Tucson Economy $30 Million Boost, Organizers Say

Game proceeds also benefited area teachers' foundations.

It's a Bird! It's an Angel! No, It's Falcon Heavy!

Mars-bound rocket gives Southwest a sky spectacle.

Group: More Central Americans Using Dangerous Freight Trains to Get to US

Organization in Nogales reports an increase in immigrants using "La Bestia" to travel north.

UA Students to Observe Interplay of Sports and Politics In Russia

New study abroad program will focus on 2018 World Cup soccer events.

Poll: Arizonans' Opinions of President Vary Based on Party

Independents have an unfavorable opinion of the president, Republicans have high favorability ratings for him.

Navajo Nation Amber Alert System Goes Live

The mass notification system, in test mode, can reach 11 counties in three states when a child goes missing.

McCain Sponsors Bipartisan Immigration Bill

The bipartisan bill immediately took heat from the President

Bill Would Force Financial Transparency on Hydroelectric Power Group

The measure is co-sponsored by all but one member of Arizona's delegation.

Youth Center Provides Services in Changing Nogales Neighborhood

The Center serves up to 600 students a day with after-school programs.

Tweets and Talks: Understanding Political Communication

UA professor discusses the dynamic between social media and political speeches.

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