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  • Luis Alberto Urrea on new poetry, short story collections

    Luis Alberto Urrea on new poetry, short story collections
    The Chicago-area writer Luis Alberto Urrea is a literary jack-of-all-trades, publishing novels, short stories, nonfiction and poetry with success in all these modes. His nonfiction book about Mexican immigrants in Arizona, "The Devil's Highway" (2004), was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, while his historical novel "The Hummingbird's Daughter" was a national best-seller the following year. Now, as if to emphasize his versatility, Urrea has just published two new additions to his wide-ranging body of work: "The Water Museum," a collection of stories, and a thick volume of poems, "The Tijuana Book of the Dead."
  • Gov. Doug Ducey sparks executive power debate over tax law

    As Gov. Doug Ducey began a tour of Arizona to celebrate his first 100 days in office, he found himself in the middle of a dispute over executive powers Wednesday after his veto of a bill exempting a Grand Canyon charter helicopter operator and all crop...

    Gov. Doug Ducey vetoes measures to take over federal land

    Gov. Doug Ducey vetoed two bills by fellow Republicans on Monday that asked the federal government turn over public lands to the state. The GOP lawmakers said they wanted to use Arizona's federal public lands as a new stream of revenue for the state....

    Low turnout for DREAMers driver's licenses in Arizona

    Only about a third of the young immigrants who became eligible three months ago for an Arizona driver's license after a lengthy legal battle have obtained one, according to state data. The immigrants, often referred to as DREAMers, are part of a...

    How do 'religious freedom' acts encourage discrimination?

    How do 'religious freedom' acts encourage discrimination?
    "I could have handled that better." I don't know if the captain of the Titanic ever said that. But Mike Pence did on Tuesday. The Indiana governor has managed to step on an impressive number of parts of his own anatomy recently and in the process...