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  • Why Arizona banned ethnic studies

    It's more than a little ironic that the same Arizona Legislature that spearheaded a ruthless, racially charged campaign against illegal immigrants also banned K-12 ethnic studies classes on the grounds that they promote hatred and division. Who knew...
  • Arizona, overlooked in primary, could be November battleground

    Arizona, overlooked in primary, could be November battleground
    Is Arizona in play? While Republicans cast their ballots in today's presidential primary, Democrats are casting a covetous eye on the Grand Canyon State, believing they have a realistic shot at winning here in November. Publicly, Republicans scoff....
  • Top Democrat calls for Gov. Jan Brewer's ouster over redistricting

    Top Democrat calls for Gov. Jan Brewer's ouster over redistricting
    Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee chairman Rep. Steve Israel (D-N.Y.) suggested that Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer should be impeached for her role in ousting the independent official at the helm of the state’s redistricting commission. "I...
  • Tuesday's Calendar

    TUESDAY 'These Amazing Shadows' The Newport Beach Film Festival and the Studio at Sage Hill are offering a free screening of "These Amazing Shadows." A Q&A with director Paul Mariano will follow the screening. For more information about the film, go...
  • Before shooting, Gabby Giffords eyed higher office, motherhood

    Before shooting, Gabby Giffords eyed higher office, motherhood
    As Rep. Gabrielle Giffords prepared to be sworn in for a third term this January, she was already considering the next step in her political career, a run for the U.S. Senate, or perhaps for governor of Arizona. The 40-year-old Democrat also had more...
  • Unconventional

    Unconventional
    A nation of predominantly couch-bound television watchers got some bad news tonight, as President Barack Obama accepted his party's nomination and delivered the following line: "America's not about what can be done for us, it's about what can be done by...
  • Immigration's split decision

    Immigration's split decision
    The U.S. is badly in need of immigration reform, and if the case hadn't been made sufficiently by President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney's dueling views of the matter last week, the nation's highest court has now weighed into the debate, too. In striking...
  • Daum: The GOP's Palin hangover

    Daum: The GOP's Palin hangover
    Ann Romney is on the record: She would like to see a woman as her husband's running mate. And so would any number of Republicans who are concerned about their party's standing with female voters. But for all the excitement that the topic stirs up, don't...
  • Trayvon Martin: black, 'suspicious' — and dead

    Trayvon Martin: black, 'suspicious' — and dead
    What, exactly, made 17-year-old Trayvon Martin "suspicious" in the eyes of the man who shot him to death? The question makes me think back to the time before my mom passed away, when she was hospitalized in a highly respected hospital here in Baltimore....
  • O'Malley warns of 'job-killing' sequester cuts

    Gov. Martin O'Malley warned Sunday morning that Maryland faces "job-killing cuts" if Congress allows a wave of automatic spending reductions to take place this Friday as scheduled. Appearing on CBS' Face the Nation alongside Virginia Republican Gov. Bob...