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  • Associated Press

WASHINGTON — Schools near military bases and tribal lands will face a $60 million shortfall between now and September and aid to college stude…

  • Eugene Robinson Washington Post Writers Group

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  • Charles Krauthammer Washington Post Writers Group

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  • SARAH PRINGLE / CRONKITE NEWS SERVICE

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  • Christina Silvestri Cronkite News Service

PHOENIX - Smaller companies with contracts to supply products and services to Arizona's top-tier aerospace and defense companies face the grea…

  • Sarah Garrecht Gassen Arizona Daily Star

Barring any last minute "miracles" to call off this Congress-inflicted fiasco, automatic federal budget cuts will kick in. The reductions tota…

  • ARIZONA DAILY STAR

"There is no flexibility. Nearly everyone will be affected."

  • U.S. Rep. Raúl M. Grijalva Special To The Arizona Daily Star

The massive federal budget cuts that will start Friday as part of the "sequester" will damage our economic recovery and mean fewer services he…

  • Bob Woodward The Washington Post

Misunderstanding, misstatements and all the classic contortions of partisan message management surround the sequester, the term for the $85 bi…

  • Arizona Daily Star

Southern Arizonans can expect a rash of negative effects if that strange-sounding thing called the sequester comes to pass Friday.

  • Jonah Goldberg Tribune Media Services

We are just days away from a cataclysm of biblical proportions. The cuts foretold in the Budget Control Act of 2011 apparently are every bit a…