For Sonora’s Tianguistas, Other Informal Workers, COVID-19 Brings Unique Challenges
In Sonora, Arizona’s neighbor to the south, no one has been spared from the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic. But those impacts have not been evenly shared especially among workers in Mexico’s large informal economy. Workers in an informal industry that depends on crossing the border into Arizona are fighting for recognition and survival.
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Arizona Certifies Bidens Narrow Victory
Arizona officials certified the state's election results Monday, formalizing Democrat Joe Biden’s narrow victory over Donald Trump even as the Republican president's attorneys continued making baseless claims of fraud in the state's vote count.
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Petersen Scheduled To Be Sentenced In Arkansas Tuesday
Paul Petersen is to be sentenced Tuesday in Arkansas federal court where he pleaded guilty to conspiring to smuggle illegal immigrants for profit.
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Judge Gives GOP Attorneys Access To Inspect Voting Materials
Challengers to Joe Biden's victory in Arizona will get documents in their bid to void the election results.
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Trump Campaign Makes Unfounded Election Fraud Allegations At Informal Hearing In Phoenix
Members of the Trump campaign held an informal hearing with Arizona lawmakers in downtown Phoenix on Monday. The campaign continued to make unfounded claims about election fraud on the same day that Arizona’s vote count was certified.
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AZ Reps. Gosar, Grijalva Agree Latino Community Key To Future Elections
Two Arizona political leaders are analyzing the results of the 2020 general election. They both agree Latino communities are going to be key for political victories in the future.
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Minorities, Underserved Communities Risk Late Reception, Distrust Of Coronavirus Vaccine
As expectations are growing that COVID-19 vaccines will be available sometime next month and could be given to the general public by next spring, some are worried about how quickly the vaccines will make it to underserved communities.
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Arizona And Wisconsin Certify Election Results, Affirming Biden Victories
"We do elections well here in Arizona. The system is strong and that's why I have bragged on it so much," said GOP Gov. Doug Ducey. Meanwhile, the state GOP tweeted, "DO NOT CERTIFY A FALSE ELECTION!"
Supreme Court Looks For Ways To Wait Out Trump On Key Census Question
Justices expressed doubts about a plan to cut undocumented immigrants from a key census count — one that would exclude them for purposes of drawing new congressional districts.
More Americans Pay Rent On Credit Cards As Lawmakers Fail To Pass Relief Bill
Many Americans who've lost income in the pandemic are falling deeper into debt — forced to pay bills or even their rent on credit cards. It's a sign of trouble ahead for the economy.
China Refuses To Apologize To Australia Over Official's Tweet Of Doctored Image
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison had asked for an apology. Instead, a Chinese government representative excoriated Australia for its troops' alleged brutality in Afghanistan.
So You Traveled Over Thanksgiving. Now What?
Experts suggest being extra careful over the next week or two if you gathered with others outside your pod. That means masks, getting tested, and assuming you might be infected with the coronavirus.