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Threats against Jewish community centers and vandalism at Jewish cemeteries have been alarming. Though the timing isn’t completely intentional, it seems right that the Jewish History Museum and Holocaust History Center are working with law enforcement in Arizona to teach new cadets about the Holocaust.
Mar. 8, 2017
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On Tuesday, Wikileaks published a series of documents that allegedly reveal secret files about software tools used by the CIA to break into smartphones, computers, and smart TVs.
Mar. 8, 2017
Terrorism
The U.S. has focused much of its anti-terrorism plan on wiping out ISIS wherever the group and its leaders may be — from Iraq to Syria to Yemen.
Mar. 8, 2017
Virtual reality
Tourism is among the bigger sectors of the state’s economy — especially this time of year. State tourism officials have been using virtual reality to showcase the state, and some of the things visitors can do here.
Mar. 8, 2017
Arizona State Parks
Arizona State Parks Director Sue Black has been accused of berating and mistreating her employees, but today we learned that she will keep her job. To find out more about this, we’re joined by Craig Harris, investigative reporter at The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com.
Mar. 8, 2017
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Understanding what we want to make public and what we want to keep private might seem like an easy choice. However, as Dr. Art Markman and Dr. Bob Duke discuss in this episode of Two Guys on Your Head, when it comes to life online, our brains aren't quite equipped to navigate the complexity of this issue.
Mar. 8, 2017
UA's Indigenous Law & Policy Program
The question of who belongs to a Native American tribe or community is one that’s become hotly debated in recent years. Tomorrow at the University of Arizona’s Law School, a first-of-its kind conference will bring together Native Americans from across the country to discuss this normally taboo issue.
Mar. 8, 2017
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In the early 20th century, International Women's Day began with striking female garment workers. Now, modern activists are calling for women to strike again.
Mar. 8, 2017
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Trade negotiations between the U.S., Mexico and Canada could begin at the end of 2017. Meanwhile, businesses in Arizona and south of the border are bracing for the outcome.
Mar. 8, 2017
Women's March
In January, it was a march. Researchers estimate more than 4 million people turned out for the Women’s March in cities across the U.S. And today, it’s a strike. The same organizers of the Women’s March are now encouraging women to participate in an event they’re calling A Day Without A Woman.
Mar. 8, 2017
The National Hockey League’s line in the sand regarding the Arizona Coyotes just got brighter and deeper. To learn more about the Coyotes’ future and the perception related to NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman’s letter, we spoke with John Shannon, broadcaster for SportsNet in Canada’s Hockey Central.
Mar. 8, 2017
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A bill that passed the Arizona House last month would prohibit people with disabilities from using van accessible parking spaces, even if they have a special license plate or placard. House Bill 2408 faced opposition in the Senate.
Mar. 8, 2017
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Parents who fail to keep up with their child support payments may not lose their driver’s license after all.
Mar. 8, 2017
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Mexico has canceled existing sugar export permits that allow supply to get to the United States.
Mar. 8, 2017
The Bernie Sanders of Mexican presidential politics gave a fiery speech in Phoenix Tuesday night.
Mar. 8, 2017
The program would waive penalties and cut interest payments in half if people paid their outstanding balance. It would take place from June 1 to July 31, 2017.
Mar. 8, 2017
When it comes to food favorites in Phoenix, Mexican often comes to mind. But the Valley’s reputation as a pizza place is rising. In February, "Travel + Leisure" readers picked Phoenix as the top spot in the country for pizza. Our variety of choices is a big reason why.
Mar. 8, 2017
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The Arizona Department of Agriculture’s Plant Services Division held a listening meeting Tuesday for stakeholders to comment on outdated rules. It’s the first of three gatherings to help address plant-related rules that don’t work with current practices.
Mar. 8, 2017
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The Arizona Coyotes continue to look for paths out of Glendale. The NHL commissioner sent a letter Tuesday supporting a bill that would allow tax money to be used for a new arena.
Mar. 7, 2017
UA President Robert Robbins
The Arizona Board of Regents announced Robert Clayton Robbins as their top pick to fill the University of Arizona presidency. Robbins is president and CEO of the Texas Medical Center. He is trained as a cardiac surgeon.
Mar. 7, 2017

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