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What’s the score?: People getting credit scores may not understand them

WASHINGTON - Phoenix resident Elizabeth Medora didn't know her credit score until a credit card company gave her a credit tracker a few years ago, and even then she didn't think much about it.


Local protests just part of pressure aimed at Flake on health care vote

WASHINGTON - When protesters descended on Sen. Jeff Flake's office this week to demand that he vote against the Senate's health reform bill, it was just the latest in a campaign by local and national groups to pressure the Arizona Republican.


What’s your take on collegiate eSports?

On the collegiate front, eSports are on the rise.


A red-white-and-blue picnic takes less green, but some still left out

WASHINGTON - The cost of an average Fourth of July cookout is down from last year, according to an annual survey - but still not low enough for food stamp recipients in Arizona to celebrate the holiday with all the fixings.


DACA students: How will you handle the in-state tuition repeal?

The Arizona Court of Appeals has ruled DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) students are no longer eligible for in-state tuition at Arizona universities and community colleges.


How much do you know about your credit score?

According to the Consumer Federation of America, while more and more people are requesting their credit report, less are fully understanding it.


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CBO: Senate bill cuts deficit deeply, also cuts 22 million from health care

WASHINGTON - The Congressional Budget Office said Monday that Senate Republicans' plan to replace Obamacare would reduce the federal budget deficit faster than a House-passed health care bill, but would cost 22 million people their health coverage.


Protesters urge ‘no’ vote on GOP health care bill, as details emerge

Angry protesters rallied outside Sen. Jeff Flake's Phoenix office Friday, demanding that he vote against a Republican health care bill that new analyses claim could hit Arizona particularly hard.


Arizona reaction to Senate health bill ranges from lukewarm to hostile

WASHINGTON - The Senate Republican plan to replace Obamacare was quickly attacked by Democrats and kept at arm's length by Arizona's Republican senators, who seemed less than eager to comment on a bill few had seen before its release Thursday.


Does exercise impact mental health?

The American Psychological Association cites multiple studies on the impact exercise can have on mental health.


Bullying and Hazing in youth sports: What’s your story?

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, during the 2014-15 school year, 20 percent of students between the ages of 12 and 18 surveyed reported being bullied at school in some way.