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The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office is looking at ways to use Arizona National Guard personnel to help operate the understaffed jail system of the state’s most populous county.
‘I just did what I was trained to do’: New book chronicles life of one of last two Arizona survivors
Nearly 80 years after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Louis "Lou" Conter, 99, is one of two remaining survivors from the battleship Arizona.
Veterans group applauds FTC for gaining $50 million settlement plus $141 million in canceled student debt in University of Phoenix deceptive ad case
The settlement was applauded by some education advocacy groups, including Veterans Education Success, which works to help military veterans. Carrie Wofford, the group's president, thanked the FTC for its work.
By Collin Binkley, Associated Press
The Pentagon says Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has approved plans to extend the deployment of active-duty U.S. troops at the southern border with Mexico until Jan. 31.
By Lolita C. Baldor, The Associated Press