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Re: the June 13 letter "Don't Expect Sanders supporters to go away."

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  • By Fred DuVal Special to the Arizona Daily Star
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To survive and lead, the UA must be even more adaptive, innovative and relevant.

Re: the June 11 article “Hart to leave top UA post but not university.”

The Arizona Board of Regents could stand to heed the title of UA President Ann Weaver Hart’s strategic plan when dealing with Ann Weaver Hart:

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Announces at regents' meeting she won't renew her contract when it expires.

Part of the allure of the Donald Trump candidacy is the promise of rapid results. This is wishful thinking. The president elected this year wi…

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In 1990, President George H.W. Bush presented the Congressional Gold Medal to the widow of U.S. Olympic legend Jesse Owens.

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Election results live feed from the Arizona Secretary of State's office

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McCain says has no plans to endorse any of the Republican presidential candidates.

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Read Donald Caldwell's obituary here.

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  • By Lesley Poling-Kempes Special to the Arizona Daily Star

These women left the comforts of Victorian society for the Southwest.

Villaseñor presented a report to the president. 

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Peter S. Fine, president and CEO of Banner Health. — Credit: submitted

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Peter S. Fine, president and CEO of Banner Health. -- Credit: submitted

World premiere of the play gives a peek at what U.S. presidents might talk about when together.

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Thoughts on peace at a cultural festival, leadership, standing up to terrorists. 

  • LARRY DOWNING

President George W. Bush delivers the State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress in Washington January 28, 2003. Bush braced wa…

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Patricia Espinosa Artiles leaves today to visit family on the island.

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Government will help citizens with legal advice, information forums and waiving fees. 

  • By Julie Pace and Robert Burns The Associated Press

Chuck Hagel is the first senior Obama adviser to leave the administration following the midterm elections.