An immigrant woman who has spent the past 15 months living in a small Tucson church to avoid deportation is going back to her home in Arizona and will be allowed to remain in this country, her lawyer said Wednesday.
The Department of Health Service says the campaign launched by the Bureau of Tobacco and Chronic Disease is designed to promote and support prevention of the human immunodeficiency virus, which causes AIDS.
The Veterans Affairs Department in El Paso is implementing what could become a national model for health care reform. The plan is for the VA to focus primarily on specialized care unique to the military while outsourcing basic care to private providers.
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s most prominent volunteer posse member was called to testify late Tuesday in the sheriff’s contempt of court hearing, but he hardly answered any questions. Instead, Cold Case Posse leader Mike Zullo invoked his Fifth Amendment right to not self-incriminate.