Arizona

  by Evie Fordham It will be a late start for Johnson, who would face Democratic incumbent Sen. Martin Heinrich. Heinrich’s safe seat could be jeopardized by Johnson’s name recognition, reported The Associated Press. New Mexico Land Commissioner Aubrey Dunn quit the race as the libertarian candidate in late July. “While Gary Johnson has been off pursuing the national spotlight and his personal
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The Arizona Board of Regents on Monday ended in-state tuition for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients after the state Supreme Court unanimously upheld a state appellate court decision, which held that DACA recipients in Maricopa County are ineligible for in-state tuition rates. “With the Arizona Supreme Court decision today prohibiting Maricopa County Community
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The Texas National Guard announced the movement of aircraft and troops to the U.S. – Mexico border to support Customs and Border Protection efforts to guard the border. “Always Ready, Always There! Moving up to 500 #NationalGuard troops immediately on the SW border security mission,” Chief of the National Guard Bureau General Joseph Lengyel
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Newly released video footage shows the moment that a self-driving Uber vehicle, operated by a convicted felon, hit and killed a pedestrian. The video has been called “damning for Uber” by a professor who researches robot-perception systems. The Wall Street Journal reports that a recently released video shows the moment that a self-driving Uber vehicle hit and
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Authorities are investigating a mysterious tip on an 11-year-old girl’s disappearance that showed up on a dollar bill in Wisconsin. Someone handed over the dollar with the mysterious message to authorities on March 14 in Neenah, Wisconsin, and authorities are now investigating the dollar bill to see if the message could lead to a breakthrough
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