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For decades, having wisdom teeth removed was a rite of passage – one many high school graduates squeezed in before leaving for college. The thinking was that it was best to lose those mostly useless, ill-fitting teeth before they caused infections or oth
Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSE More than 50 coal ash spill cleanup workers and workers' survivors are suiing Jacobs Engineering for unsafe working conditions that they allege lead to sickness and death at the cleanup site. It was the nation’s largest co
Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSE Five years after Jane Sanders, wife of Sen. Bernie Sanders, left as president — after significant board turnover and three college presidents — Burlington College, and her vision, collapsed under "the crushing...
Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSE The Southern Baptist Convention in the largest Protestant denomination in America. A black Oklahoma State University lecturer says he is renouncing his ordination as a Southern Baptist minister because of the racism he see
Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSE ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration professor Mark Robinson on the historical significance of the Apollo 11 moon landing. Michael Jackson's moonwalk glide across the stage on May 16, 1983, motivated one generation to
Members of Sen. John McCain's family, members of Congress and others are reacting to the news of his brain-cancer diagnosis. Some statements were sent to Arizona Republic/azcentral.com reportersFrom Larry Fitzgerald: "I'm sad to hear about it....
Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSE It's normal for new moms to experience stress and fatigue, so how do you know when it's something more serious? Dr. Nehama Dresner discusses how to recognize the symptoms of postpartum depression. Molly Roth wanted three c
Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSE John Neu, 100, of Des Moines, pins the second lieutenant bars on the shoulder of his grandson, Joseph Anchondo of Lockhart, Texas, in a family ceremony at the Iowa World War II Memorial in Des Moines. Buy Photo The old sol
Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSE President Donald Trump's administration still has yet to lay out a clear strategy for the now 16-year long war in Afghanistan, but there's increasing pressure from Washington lawmakers to offer some clarity. Approaching tw
Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSE A gathering to keep a marker honoring Confederate Gen. John Henry Winder on the lawn at the old Wicomico County Courthouse took place Saturday in Salisbury. Confederate Gen. John Henry Winder dropped dead from a heart atta
Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSE Tina Baltz at her home in Nashville, Tenn., Saturday, July 1, 2017. Her brother, Paul Shoulders Jr., was killed by an intoxicated driver in 2013. Buy Photo Paul Shoulders Jr. didn't take drugs the day they killed him. Some
Congressional Republicans are urging President Trump to eliminate nine national monuments, including Bears Ears in Utah, and to shrink 14 others — even as hundreds of thousands of public commenters call for him to keep those monuments in place. Seventeen
Skip in SkipxEmbed xShare CLOSE The military holds a Wednesday press conference on the crash of a KC-130 in Mississippi. The 15 Marines and a Navy sailor killed in a military plane crash Monday in Mississippi came from all over the country. Six of the Ma
- 18:23 Arizona Wildcats coach Sean Miller open to playing Grand Canyon...
- 18:23 Arizona Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson is ready for his latest challenge
- 18:16 Trump donation first-quarter salary to education
- 17:29 Despite city protests, Texas Senate OKs new annexation limits
- 17:18 ASU police employees may have to pay school's legal fees after...
- 17:04 Former Tempe police chief files suit against city
- 17:00 Texas records first locally transmitted Zika case of the year
- 16:36 Rich Rodriguez: My-King Johnson's sexual orientation should 'not be...
- 16:30 Arizona basketball's Sean Miller preparing for Las Vegas, Spain
- 16:25 Eagles release Marcus Smith, Barbre; name Seumalo starter