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Sens. Kyrsten Sinema, Martha McSally avoid media as shutdown drags on

Arizona's new U.S. senators chatted briefly with business leaders on Friday, but avoided reporters who wanted to ask about the government shutdown.         

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Andy Biggs, Paul Gosar vote against back pay for federal workers in shutdown

Arizona's Reps. Andy Biggs and Paul Gosar voted against providing back pay for federal workers affected by the government shutdown.         

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Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey on Jan. 14, 2019, will deliver the first State of the State address of his second term, outlining his priorities.         

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Is the Bidwill family, owners of the Arizona Cardinals, racist?

A Dallas sportscaster implied that the Bidwills are. He's wrong.         

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Shutdown: Trump says he's not looking to declare emergency for border wall 'right now'

President Donald Trump Friday played down the prospects of an imminent emergency declaration to free up funding for his proposed border wall.         

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Today should be payday for hundreds of thousands of government workers. But the shutdown means they're not getting paid

Federal employees were supposed to be paid on Friday, but checks are on hold for thousands of workers because of the ongoing government shutdown.         

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Shutdown nears record: Why these Republicans have crossed party lines to reopen the government

Just a handful of Republicans have crossed party lines to vote with Democrats on bills to reopen the government. Here's why they did.         

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Shelter workers pushed, dragged migrant kids. Here's what they should have done instead

The videos of migrant kids being pushed and dragged demonstrate everything wrong with how to deal with children who act out         

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As Arizona's affordable-housing crisis persists, advocates see a chance for gains at the Legislature

As housing costs force more people out, housing agencies plan to take their case for more resources to the governor, lawmakers.         

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