By Camaron Stevenson
Arizona households trailed the national average in both their access to high-speed Internet and the number of homes with a computer, the Census Bureau said. Experts pointed to the state's large rural expanses, which keeps Internet access low and Internet costs high.
They come to Washington, go to a fancy hotel, get a presidential pardon, then head to a life of ease in Virginia's horse country. Inside-the-Beltway fat cats? No. Fat birds, actually. A look at where "pardoned" White House turkeys live out their days.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service plan would give the endangered Mexican gray wolf a lot more room to roam in Arizona and New Mexico - as long as it doesn’t cross Interstate 40. Representatives of two conservation groups said the plan doesn't go far enough.
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