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More than 422,000 Canadians — many of them tourists — visited Arizona last year and spent an estimated $359 million, much of it in the Valley.
MISSISSAUGA, Ontario - Canadian authorities investigating an alleged homegrown plot to blow up buildings in Ontario said Monday more arrests were possible as part of a wider probe into terrorist cells in at least seven countries, including the United States.
TORONTO - Twelve men accused of scheming to blow up Canadian targets in a terrorist plot that authorities say was inspired by al-Qaida faced a formal hearing Tuesday on the charges against them.
LISTER, British Columbia - Fluorescent lights cast a yellow-green pall on the posted student artwork. Children's voices recite lessons behind closed doors. A group of seventh-grade girls giggle and whisper as they wander back to class.
TORONTO - A corruption scandal forced a vote of no-confidence Monday that toppled Prime Minister Paul Martin's minority government, triggering an unusual election campaign during the Christmas holidays.
Arizona can continue to demand proof of citizenship before registering voters, at least for the time being.
TORONTO - Canadian authorities said Saturday they had foiled plans for terrorist attacks in southern Ontario with the arrests of 17 people who were "inspired by al-Qaida."
As a part of Chandler's 17th annual Multicultural Festival, 150 people will become U.S. citizens Saturday at 11 a.m. at the festival's third annual naturalization ceremony.
NEW YORK — The battle between the National Hockey League and former Phoenix Coyotes owner Jerry Moyes isn't over yet.
Attorney General Tom Horne will argue to the nation's high court on March 18 that Arizona should be allowed to enforce a 2004 voter-approved law requiring people to provide proof of citizenship to register to vote.
PHOENIX -- Saying federal law trumps state, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that Arizona cannot demand proof of citizenship from individuals who use a federal voter registration form.
Most Americans, it’s a safe bet, probably don’t know that Canada has a national election on Monday, with the increasingly probable outcome that our friends and neighbors will have a new prime minister.
Fierce opposition from the Food and Drug Administration and the Bush administration to a drug-importation bill crawling through Congress has put the jitters into a Scottsdale-based company that imports cheap prescription drugs into Arizona from Canada.
Mexican-owned trucks hauling goods from south of the border may soon be rumbling along Valley highways — and throughout the United States.
WASHINGTON - Citing concerns about terrorists crossing the nation’s borders, the Department of Homeland Security announced on Tuesday that it planned to give U.S. Border Patrol agents sweeping new powers to deport illegal immigrants from the frontiers with Mexico and Canada without providing them the opportunity to make their case before an immigration judge.
August 11, 2004
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WASHINGTON - The Homeland Security Department will require virtually all air travelers entering the United States after Jan. 23 to show passports - even U.S. citizens.
The Phoenix Suns will wear "Los Suns" on their jerseys in Game 2 of the Western Conference semifinals on Wednesday night, owner Robert Sarver said, "to honor our Latino community and the diversity of our league, the state of Arizona, and our nation."
Fittingly, the fight for what's left of the Phoenix Coyotes has been narrowed to Canadian billionaire James Balsillie against the National Hockey League.
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear an appeal from the maker of the BlackBerry in the long-running battle over patents for the wildly popular, handheld wireless e-mail device.
The National Hockey League said it has been in control of the Phoenix Coyotes since November and is asking a federal judge to throw out the team's bankruptcy filing.
CANCUN, Mexico - President Bush and the leaders of Canada and Mexico worked to iron out disagreements over trade and border security Thursday and to keep a North American edge against competition from rising powers like China.
NEW YORK - Federal lawsuits were filed Tuesday seeking to halt President Bush's domestic eavesdropping program, calling it an "illegal and unconstitutional program" of electronic eavesdropping on American citizens.