President Obama's words starting to sound something like beginning of a counterattack.
Over 650,000 veterans on disability with PTSD are casualties of dangerous epidemic.
Mark the day on Thursday by reaching out to those who inspired us.
Now Congress must act on this long-neglected public health issue.
That’s the wrong question; it should be, what are we going to do to increase job opportunities to well-above pre-recession levels? My short an…
My vision is simple: I believe Arizona can be a state that leads — in job creation, business relocation and outcomes in K-12 education.
The Star invited the candidates for governor to respond to these questions: What specific approaches do you advocate to increase high-paying j…
The “Arizona comeback” that we’ve heard so much about never happened. This week, we learned that Arizona’s unemployment rate has risen for thr…
Multiple steps must be taken to first restore and then accelerate business growth and business creation in Arizona. In turn this creates good …
Agency must demonstrate restraint and common sense when spending taxpayers’ dollars.
We shouldn't be dependent on Putin to get our astronauts in orbit.
International flash points have potential to threaten economic security or national defense.
Findings allay fears of possible side effect of process providing inexpensive fuel.
US finally responds to Doctors Without Borders' March warning about Ebola.
Sharing, posting ideas to help those who may need support encourages listening.
The Star invited the candidates in Congressional Districts 1, 2 and 3 to respond to these questions: In complex and rapidly moving foreign pol…
It's a matter of personal and public health
Follow the money to see who benefits from reauthorization.
Bring Rosa Robles Loreto and others out from the 'shadows.'
Ducey, DuVal, Hess and Mealer answer question on education funding.
Should the state appeal court ruling giving an additional $317 million to K-12 education this fiscal year? Assuming the ruling stands, what is…
If states want federal education money, they have to raise their standards.
Ask your Washington representatives to seriously study protecting public lands.
Clearing facts from fiction in elections is voter's responsibility.
OUR VIEW: Effort to build neighborhoods, minimize foreclosures helps community.
Federal government reduced to running one of its major infrastructure programs year-to-year.
Islamic State’s campaign of terror will take more than words to stop.
Congress should let military get out of the cigarette-sales business.
As an adult, it's your responsibility to help stop child sexual abuse.
A Tucson health club provides teachers with much-needed supplies.
They can vote without having to change their voter registration.
Low numbers of tickets for texting show need for enforcement.
The Star evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of the six candidates.
There's no way to make executions "humane."
Congress should reform the mandatory minimum sentences for drug offenses.
Design will reflect remembrance and celebration of community spirit.
Immigration reform should be considered separately from Central America influx.
Also addressing physical health issues will extend lives, save money.
Gov. Brewer shouldn't oppose driver's licenses for young immigrants.
Offering paid time off will increase competitiveness in hiring and employee morale.
Martha Rothman's efforts helped thousands of Arizona children since 1970.
Vigilance needed to keep specialized care from migrating to Phoenix.
Talking with your kids about the dangers of drugs is essential.
Streets are in no condition to allow diversion of maintenance funds.
Hundreds of migrant children, most from Central America, are spending days warehoused in vast facilities in Nogales, Ariz., and Texas, waiting…
Older people already have plenty to worry about: The physical and mental wages of aging alone can be harrowing. Add poverty — or very limited …
The nation’s eyes are on Southern Arizona as we confront two aspects of our country’s confusing and broken immigration system.
The political stalemate over the United States’ clearly broken and nonsensical immigration policy in Washington, D.C., has trapped a Tucson fa…
Dr. Andrew Weil, the director of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, chats about healthcare reform, politics and the challenge of eat…