5 Republicans Who Can’t Resist Strutting Their Stuff

5 Republicans Who Can’t Resist Strutting Their Stuff

    Ah, Republican politicians. Moral arbiters. Upholders of family values. Pure, straight-laced Church Ladies and Gentlemen who go all a-flutter at the mere suggestion ...

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Opposing Immigration Demonstrators Kept 3 Miles Apart In Oracle, Az.

Opposing Immigration Demonstrators Kept 3 Miles Apart In Oracle, Az.

By Michael Muskal, Los Angeles Times Demonstrations began Tuesday in the Arizona town of Oracle, the latest municipality trying to come to grips with the surge in children and wom ...

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Arizona Wildfire Grows To 13,000 Acres

Arizona Wildfire Grows To 13,000 Acres

By Matt Pearce, Los Angeles Times A wildfire north of Sedona, Arizona, grew to more than 13,000 acres Sunday, but officials said they were making slow progress. "Everything is goi ...

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Arizona Wildfire Burns Nearly 1,000 Acres, Threatens 100 Structures

Arizona Wildfire Burns Nearly 1,000 Acres, Threatens 100 Structures

By Paresh Dave, Los Angeles Times A fire ripping through a heavily forested canyon in northern Arizona had burned nearly 1,000 acres and left several cabins evacuated by midday We ...

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Abortion Restrictions Take Effect In Arizona After Judge’s Ruling

Abortion Restrictions Take Effect In Arizona After Judge’s Ruling

By Michael Muskal, Los Angeles Times Restrictions on some types of abortions in Arizona went into effect Tuesday morning after a federal judge upheld state changes limiting a woma ...

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Weekend Reader: ‘Border Patrol Nation: Dispatches From The Front Lines Of Homeland Security’

Weekend Reader: ‘Border Patrol Nation: Dispatches From The Front Lines Of Homeland Security’

Today the Weekend Reader brings you Border Patrol Nation: Dispatches from the Front Lines of Homeland Security by Todd Miller. Miller has been researching immigration and border i ...

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Arizona Governor Jan Brewer Bows To Term Limits Laws, Will Not Run Again

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer Bows To Term Limits Laws, Will Not Run Again

By Cathleen Decker and Cindy Carcamo, Los Angeles Times TUCSON, Ariz. -- Arizona Governor Jan Brewer announced Wednesday she would not seek a third term, forgoing a campaign that ...

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Organized Mass Border Crossing Draws Attention To Broken Homes

Organized Mass Border Crossing Draws Attention To Broken Homes

By Richard Marosi, Los Angeles Times SAN DIEGO -- With activists cheering them on, dozens of people deported in recent years crossed the border into San Diego on Monday and formal ...

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Poll: John McCain Least Popular U.S. Senator

Poll: John McCain Least Popular U.S. Senator

During his speech to the Conservative Political Action Committee on Thursday, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) took a jab at Republicans he perceives to be too moderate. "Of course, all of ...

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Senate Rejects Stronger Military Sexual Assault Bill

Senate Rejects Stronger Military Sexual Assault Bill

By Lisa Mascaro, Tribune Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — An ambitious bill seeking to stem the rise of sexual assaults in the military died Thursday after senators from both partie ...

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