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Dear Editor, "I put a stake in the heart of the McCain Republicans." That comment should go down in the annals of political comments as one of the most profoundly stupid campaign calls in recent …
Ken Burns' gripping documentary, "The U.S. and the Holocaust" brought back memories of my own family. My four grandparents immigrated from eastern Europe in the 1890s and settled in New York. My …
A trend has emerged where some celebrities, professional athletes, or other high net worth individuals are asking to be paid...
Next year might feel like a long way away, but it’ll be here quickly.
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Hettick: Let’s consider the role of women in film industry

The medium of the movies helps to project information, opinions and policy.

Robinson: It’s time for us to choose better leaders for Arizona

I don’t write this to try and tell or convince you how to vote or whom to vote for.

Miller: Let’s raise the age for guns, voting to 21

In the wake of the Uvalde, Texas shooting, there is a very strong clamor for doing “something” about gun control.

Breen: Does GOP really care about life? What about shooting victims?

How easy is it for us to “normalize” murder.

Bowers: Prison sentencing reform among my key issues

District 4 voters and neighbors! I am a candidate for a District 4 seat in the Arizona House (the district was formerly 28 but was renumbered).
In this June 12, 2020 file photo, a wildfire air attack crew douses saguaro cacti with water as they battle the Bighorn Fire near Tucson. Forestry officials are now urging Arizona residents to take care at home and while traveling around the state to help prevent wildfires.

Casem: You can help protect Arizona’s forests from wildfire

As our temperatures warm up, our fire activity across Arizona is picking up and we urge all Arizonans to be prepared and take preventative measures around their property, before it’s too late. So, what does that mean to you?

Everything you wanted to know about the World Series … but were afraid to ask

Imagine you’re at an outdoor dinner party (yes, COVID-friendly). It’s October, and the conversation steers towards the World Series. While you are generally culturally literate, you know …

Christensen: Health literacy more important than ever for Arizonans in ongoing COVID-19 crisis

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has impacted millions across the country, and Arizona has not been spared. This virus and its resulting economic fallout have put a harsh spotlight on rising health care …
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