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Native child welfare law faces major Supreme Court challenge
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Native child welfare law faces major Supreme Court challenge

Attorney Mary Katherine Nagle, a citizen of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, is seen during an interview with The Associated Press at the National Congress of American Indians' 79th Annual Convention and Market Place in Sacramento Calif., Nov. 2, 2022. The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments, Wednesday, Nov. 9 on the most significant challenge to the Indian Child Welfare Act since it passed in in 1978. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)Michelle Beaudin, council member for the Lac Courte Oreilles Tribe in Wisconsin, poses for a photo at the National Congress of American Indians' 79th Annual Convention and Market Place in Sacramento Calif., Nov. 3, 2022. The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments, Wednesday, Nov. 9 on the most significant challenge to the Indian Child Welfare Act since it passe...
<strong>Pima Theatre Presents Cabaret this November, Nov. 10</strong>
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Pima Theatre Presents Cabaret this November, Nov. 10

Pima Theatre’s Cabaret, Nickole Custodio (Sally Bowles)Pima Theatre’s Cabaret, Kendall Hicks (Kit-Kat dancer)Pima Theatre’s Cabaret, (left to right) Nickole Custodio, Timi Post, Julia WatersPima Theatre’s Cabaret, Nickole Custodio (Sally Bowles)Pima Theatre’s Cabaret, (left to right) Nickole Custodio, Timi Post, Julia Waters Pima Arts Press Release Tucson, Arizona—Pima Theatre presents Cabaret, book by Joe Masteroff, based on the play by John Van Druten and stories by Christopher Isherwood, music by John Kander, and lyrics by Fred Ebb. This production is directed and choreographed by Mickey Nugent, with music direction by Martha Reed. Set in Berlin during the Jazz Age as the Nazis are ascending to power, the musical focuses on the nightlife at the seedy Kit Kat Klub, and Ame...
Hungarians demand end to pro-government bias in public media
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Hungarians demand end to pro-government bias in public media

Participants attend the demonstration announced by independent Hungarian lawmaker Akos Hadhazy in front of the public media headquarters (MTVA) in Budapest, Hungary, Friday, Nov. 4, 2022. (Szilard Koszticsak/MTI via AP)Participants attend the demonstration announced by independent Hungarian lawmaker Akos Hadhazy in front of the public media headquarters (MTVA) in Budapest, Hungary, Friday, Nov. 4, 2022. (Szilard Koszticsak/MTI via AP) By JUSTIN SPIKEAssociated Press Eds: UPDATES: Adds photos. With AP Photos. BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Around 1,500 demonstrators gathered at the headquarters of Hungary's public media company Friday to protest what they say is biased news coverage and state-sponsored propaganda that favors the country's populist government. Demonstrators called for...
Death in CRISPR gene therapy study sparks search for answers
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Death in CRISPR gene therapy study sparks search for answers

This undated photo shows Terry Horgan. Horgan, a 27-year-old who had Duchenne muscular dystrophy, died last month, Oct. 2022, according to Cure Rare Disease, a Connecticut-based nonprofit founded by his brother, Rich, to try and save him. Although it’s still unclear what killed him, his death is raising questions about the experiment and the overall prospect of what one ethicist calls designer genetic therapies.(Kate Collins/The Journal via AP)This undated photo shows Terry Horgan with his parents in the family's Montour Falls, N.Y., home. Horgan, a 27-year-old who had Duchenne muscular dystrophy, died last month, Oct. 2022, according to Cure Rare Disease, a Connecticut-based nonprofit founded by his brother, Rich, to try and save him. Although it’s still unclear what killed him, his dea...
CVS, Walgreens announce opioid settlements totaling $10B
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CVS, Walgreens announce opioid settlements totaling $10B

FILE - This June 25, 2019, file photo shows a sign outside a Walgreens Pharmacy in Pittsburgh. Two of the largest U.S pharmacy chains have agreed in principle to pay about $10 billion combined to settle lawsuits over the toll of powerful prescription opioids, Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2022. In addition to the deals with CVS Health and Walgreens, a lawyer for local governments says settlement conversations are continuing with Walmart. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar, File)A CVS Pharmacy is shown in Mount Lebanon, Pa., on Monday May 3, 2021. On Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2022, CVS Health said it has agreed to pay about $5 billion to state, local and Native American tribal governments to settle lawsuits over the toll of opioids. CVS is not admitting wrongdoing and the company would make the payments over a decad...
In Mexico, Día de los Muertos is actually a celebration of life
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In Mexico, Día de los Muertos is actually a celebration of life

A woman dressed as Mexico's iconic "Catrina" poses for tourists in Mexico City's main square, the Zocalo, as part of the Day of the Dead festivities in Mexico City, Friday, Oct. 28, 2022. The holiday honors the dead as friends and family gather in cemeteries to decorate the graves of their loved ones. and hold a vigil during the night of November 1 and 2. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)FILE - A Catrina, a folk skeleton doll, stands over a field of cempasuchil or marigold flowers at a farm in Xochimilco, Mexico City, Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2022. The Mexican marigold flower is known as the flower of the dead and is used in Day of the Dead celebrations. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)FILE - People dressed as Mexico's iconic "Catrinas" march in the Grand Procession of the Catrinas, part of upcoming Day of the D...
Two weeks notice: midterm election looms, here are your AZ debates
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Two weeks notice: midterm election looms, here are your AZ debates

This combination of photos shows Arizona Republican Senate candidate Blake Masters, left, and Sen. Mark Kelly, D-Ariz., before a televised debate in Phoenix, Oct. 6, 2022. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)Members of the media watch Arizona Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly, left, and his Republican challenger Blake Masters, right, during a debate in Phoenix, Thursday, Oct. 6, 2022. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)Republican Senate challenger Blake Masters smiles on stage prior to a televised debate with Arizona Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly and Libertarian candidate Marc Victor in Phoenix, Thursday, Oct. 6, 2022. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)Arizona Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly, left, smiles as he stands on stage with Republican challenger Blake Masters, right, prior to a televised debate in Phoenix, Thursday, Oc...
Companies lure hourly workers with college tuition perks
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Companies lure hourly workers with college tuition perks

Daniella Malave works on her laptop at a coffee shop in Sea Girt, N.J., Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022. While working full time for Chipotle, Malave completed two years of community college with annual stipends of $5,250 from the restaurant chain. After that, she enrolled in the company’s free online college program, through which she earned a bachelor’s degree in business management from Wilmington University in 2020. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)Daniella Malave, a recruiting analyst for Chipotle, poses for a photo at a Chipotle restaurant in Sea Girt, N.J., Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022. While working full time for the chain, Malave completed two years of community college with annual stipends of $5,250 from Chipotle. After that, she enrolled in the company’s free online college program, through which sh...
FBI San Fransisco warns ‘new pool of potential victims’ against student loan forgiveness fraud
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FBI San Fransisco warns ‘new pool of potential victims’ against student loan forgiveness fraud

FBI San Fransicso has published a warning for the public via their media office. Those seeking forgiveness of federal student loans should beware of scammers who "will jump at every opportunity to defraud a new pool of potential victims. The FBI typically sees this behavior when any new government aid program becomes available,” according to Special Agent in Charge Robert K. Tripp. The FBI release is copied below: Scammers May Try to Solicit Financial Information, Payments, or PII From Potential Victims Seeking Federal Student Loan Forgiveness SAN FRANCISCO—FBI San Francisco is warning the public of the potential for criminal actors to defraud individuals seeking federal student loan forgiveness. Scammers will aim to solicit personally identifiable information, financial infor...
Suzanne Roy: from singing the high notes to putting planes in the sky!
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Suzanne Roy: from singing the high notes to putting planes in the sky!

Suzanne Roy (Tanner Grammar/ Pima Community College External Relations) 2nd-year aviation student, Suzanne Roy shares how her decision to enroll at Pima has secured her a brighter future By KANIKA SAMRAPima Community College External Relations Suzanne Roy, Suzi to peers and faculty, is a second-year student at Pima’s Aviation Technology Center. She will graduate next summer with an Associate of Applied Science degree (AAS) in Aviation Technology. Suzi’s enthusiasm and passion for all things aviation is instantly noticeable and works like a magnet. If you aren’t already curious about what makes a plane fly or the work that goes into maintaining one, a conversation with her will change that. Suzanne Roy (Tanner Grammar/ Pima Community College External Relations) According to ...