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Recount Begins Thursday for Closest Ever Arizona Congressional Race

Tabulation machines tested, oversight planned to start counting ballots in Barber, McSally saga.

TUSD’s Mexican American Classes Under State Scrutiny Again

Arizona education officials make surprise visit to “culturally relevant” class at Tucson Unified high school.

A-10s Will Fly for Another Year

U.S. House, Senate Armed Services strike deal to keep funding aircraft.

Raúl Grijalva: A Liberal Leader, Optimistic About 2015

Immigration, environmental policy top his list of things to protect during 7th term in Congress.

UPDATE: AZ Supreme Court Not Delaying Barber, McSally Recount

Voters from Cochise, Pima counties filed request Monday.

Barber, McSally Ballot Recount Begins This Week

Pima, Cochise counties checking vote-counting machines, will not add new ballots to the results.

Poll: Most Latinos Support Obama's Immigration Actions

Fixing system is a non-partisan issue for many Hispanic voters.

Some Undocumented Farmworkers Could Benefit from Obama's Immigration Changes

Although executive action doesn't address them directly, many have children who are US citizens.

McSally Urges Federal Court to Dismiss Barber Vote Count Suit

Democrat's campaign wants Pima, Cochise counties to count 133 rejected ballots.

Grijalva: Congress Should Take Immigration Reform Further

Chairman of liberal caucus says Obama executive actions prodding lawmakers into more changes.

Mexican Consulate Flooded with Calls Since Obama’s Immigration Changes

Officials set up hotline and mobile app to help prevent scams, provide correct information.

Federal Appeals Court Rejects Challenge of Driver's License Ban

Gov. Brewer had requested court to reconsider ruling striking down Arizona policy denying privileges to 'Dreamers.'

UPDATE: Barber Campaign Goes to Federal Court Over Vote Count

Suit filed also includes 3 voters seeking inclusion of 133 previously disqualified ballots in Pima, Cochise counties.

Barber Campaign Asks State to Count More Votes

Race against McSally had 'errors and omissions' in disqualifying more than 160 ballots, secretary of state told.

AZ WEEK: 'Obama's Immigration News Good Economically, Bad Politically'

Local policy, law experts weigh in on president's executive orders deferring deportation for millions of undocumented migrants in US.

Obama Deportation Deferral May Affect 135,000 in Arizona

Immigration plan's impact in state also could include visas for high-skilled workers, tightened border security.

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