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    Flake-backed bill would give officers wounded in Scalise shooting money

    Two Capitol Police officers wounded in the shooting of Steve Scalise would be eligible to receive money for care under a bill introduced by Sen. Jeff Flake.
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    Senators reintroduce Dream Act to give immigrants path to citizenship

    The Dream Act, which would give some young immigrants a shot at becoming United States citizens, was reintroduced in the Senate on Thursday.
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    Mesa city councilman pleads guilty to extreme DUI

    A Mesa councilman pleaded guilty to charges of driving under the influence in the extreme in a Phoenix suburb.
  • Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz. listens to a reporter's question before a policy luncheon on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, April 25, 2017. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

    What happens if brain cancer forces John McCain to leave Senate?

    Should U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) be forced to leave the Senate following his brain cancer diagnosis, what happens to his seat?
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    Health care contractor pulls out of Phoenix, other cities

    A health care contractor that has helped Phoenix and other American cities with signups for Obamacare will be pulling out of those places next month.
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    Linkin Park singer, Phoenix native Chester Bennington takes own life

    Chester Bennington, the lead singer of Linkin Park and a Phoenix native, took his own life Thursday morning. He was 41 years old.
  • Fans cheer for Mexico at the team's CONCACAF Gold Cup soccer match against Jamaica on Thursday, July 13, 2017, in Denver. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

    Gold Cup soccer matches to snarl rush hour traffic in Glendale

    If you were planning to drive in the West Valley on Thursday evening, you should expect extra traffic as fans head to the Gold Cup soccer matches.
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    McCain tweets ‘I’ll be back’ to Senate after brain cancer diagnosis

    Sen. John McCain announced Wednesday that he had been diagnosed with brain cancer, but one day later he had a message for his colleagues: "I'll be back."
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    Flooding forces another evacuation of Arizona town of Mayer

    Heavy rains led to flooding in a central Arizona town that less than a month ago was evacuated because of a wildfire.
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    Homeless mom, children to get fresh start in Phoenix

    April Coleman and her four children are New Orleans natives, but were homeless. Now, a program has helped her and her children make a fresh start in Phoenix.
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    Sen. John McCain’s brain tumor is particularly aggressive type

    McCain's tumor is one of the most aggressive forms of brain cancer, and his family and doctors are deliberating next treatment options.
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    President Trump’s home in New Jersey gets security designation

    The New Jersey town where President Donald Trump has spent weekends at his golf course has received a designation by the Secret Service.
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    While GOP works to repeal, Democrats say they have a plan to fix Obamacare

    As Republicans struggle to repeal and possibly replace the Affordable Care Act known as Obamacare, Democrats say they have a plan to fix it.
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    Sen. John McCain broke news of his cancer ‘almost in passing’

    Sen. Jeff Flake learned of the news that Sen. John McCain has brain cancer when the two were already several minutes into an unrelated phone conversation.
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    Phoenix-made putters featured at White House’s Made in America Week

    Golf putters manufactured in Phoenix were one of the featured items during the White House's Made in America Week.