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Questions raised about US death penalty after yet another botched execution

Outrage after US execution lasts for 2 hours

America‚Äôs death penalty debate raged Thursday after it took nearly two hours for Arizona to execute a prisoner who lost a Supreme Court battle challenging the experimental lethal drug cocktail. Convicted killer Joseph Wood gasped and snorted during the 117 ... Asian Age, 18 hours ago
Outrage after US execution lasts two hours New Age Bangladesh, 21 hours ago

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Valdez: Gay marriage - what America is about

Couple's wedding bands (Photo: Pat Shannahan/The Arizona Republic) Tags There's a steady march toward justice in America. You won't see it in the hysteria over migrant children. You won't see it in the GOP's relentless bashing of the nation's ...
 AZCentral.com3 hours ago

Hey, Arizona, Next Time Try Scaphism

If America wants to kill a scrawny camouflaged terrorist on a boulder-strewn hillside thousands of miles away -- boom, no sooner said than done, vaporized in an instant. If, however, it wants to terminate someone it has under lock and key, who needs ...
 Huffington Post4 hours ago
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Arizona Botched Execution Shows Why the Death Penalty Needs to Go

I have attended two traditional Hungarian pig slaughters, and it's a pretty jarring experience for an American. Our relationship with animals is on the extreme ends: We have them as pets and gawk at them in zoos, but when it comes to the animals we ...
 US News & World Report1 day ago

Grijalva: Anti-trafficking law 'line in the sand for many of us'

Rep. Raul Grijalva , Arizona Democrat, said keeping in place a 2008 law intended to curb trafficking of Central American children is enough for many congressional Democrats to hold the line on legislation dealing with the crisis of unaccompanied ...
 Washington Times1 day ago

Chandler National reaches Little League regional

Chandler National celebrates their 13-4 win over Gilbert American during the Arizona state Little League championship on Wednesday, July 23, 2014, in Peoria. (Photo: David KadlubowskI/azcentral sports) The Chandler National Little League All-Stars ...
 AZCentral.com1 day ago

Border is most secure in Arizona, Border Patrol says

Amid the crisis sparked by the massive arrival in Texas of unaccompanied and undocumented children from Central America, Border Patrol commanders in Arizona say their stretch of the frontier with Mexico is the most secure in the United States, ...
 Individual.com1 day ago Arizona Senator Continues to Push for Radar Towers Along Mexican Border  Examiner.com5 days ago
Media Matters for America

Native American Business Leader Receives Award

Dr. Ron Sheffield, a member of the Quechan Native American Tribe of Fort Yuma Arizona, was presented the Badger Award at the 2014 American Indian Business
 Big News Network1 week ago Idaho American Indian Tribe That Cancelled Nugent Concert Will Miss Out On His Vile Commentary  Media Matters for America2 days ago USDA Awards Grants to Native American Communities to Strengthen Small Businesses and Create Jobs  United States Department of Agriculture3 days ago Support for UA Native American Grad Students Gets Boost With $2.4M Grant  University of Arizona1 day ago

Obama appoints Indian American to national science board

Dr Sethuraman ‘Panch’ Panchanathan, senior vice president, Office of Knowledge Enter­prise Development, ArizonaStateUniversity, was last week appointed to the United States National Science Board by President Barack Obama. Panchanathan, 52, has created history on two fronts; he is the first Indian American to be appointed to this prestigious board, and this is also the first time a person from the state of Arizona will be serving on the policymaking board, which focuses on ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Delia Carlyle Most Influential Women in Arizona Business

Delia Carlyle Councilwoman, Ak-Chin Indian Commuinity Carlyle is the first Native American woman inducted into the Arizona Democratic Hall of Fame;served as chairwoman of Arizona Indian Gaming Association; and was the first recipient of the ...
 Arizona Business Magazine3 days ago Luci Chen Most Influential Women in Arizona Business  Arizona Business Magazine2 days ago Senate confirms first Native woman federal judge  Sify2 months ago
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