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An agreement to vastly increase fencing, patrols and high-tech monitoring along the U.S.-Mexico border was formally unveiled in the Senate Friday, providing powerful momentum to a far-reaching immigration bill backed by the White House.
Several dozen state lawmakers got an unusual -- and unsolicited -- gift Thursday: their very own uterus.
WASHINGTON - President Bush, standing before Congress one last time, urged the nation Monday night to persevere against gnawing fears of recession and stay patient with the long, grinding war in Iraq. He pressed Congress to quickly pass a plan to rescue the economy.
Freshman Rep. Harry Mitchell bounced among events throughout Arizona’s 5th Congressional District last week, his first full week back in Arizona since being sworn in as the oldest freshman member of the 110th Congress.
The upcoming Democratic-controlled Congress appears ready to focus on immigration reform, an issue that played out in elections across Arizona and the country in the fall. The outgoing Republican-controlled Congress largely avoided the issue.
WASHINGTON - The Republican era in Congress staggered toward a close with lawmakers trying to hold together a fragile agreement on a massive tax and trade legislation considered essential before they can adjourn.
WASHINGTON - A Pentagon review of Iraq has come up with three options - injecting more troops into Iraq, shrinking the force but staying longer or pulling out.
Following the dramatic national Democratic shift on election day, Arizona’s Republican congressional members are trying to identify their roles in the new political scene.