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Donald Trump Was Right About Islam (Opinion)

I owe Donald Trump an apology.  Earlier this week I was on-air and criticized him for talking about how the government could pay off debt by printing more money...

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PAGE, AZ - MARCH 22:  A rare and endangered California condor flies through Marble Gorge, east of Grand Canyon National Park March 22, 2007 west of Page, Arizona. Condor managers taking blood samples from the 57 wild condors in Arizona both before and after hunting season find that all 57 condors test positive for contamination by lead matching the isotropic fingerprint of the lead commonly used in ammunition, and that those levels rise significantly by the end of the season. Many of the condors become so sick that biologists must re-capture them for lead-poisoning treatments. Several condors die each year. Experts believe the condors are ingesting the lead as they scavenge gut piles left behind hunters because lead bullets shatter and fragment inside the kill. Officials in Arizona are encouraging hunters to use copper bullets instead of lead-based ammunition and in California a coalition of conservation groups have sued the California Fish and Game Commission in an effort to force a ban on lead ammunition in Condor ranges. The condors in the Marble Canyon and Vermillion Cliffs area easily fly as far west as Lake Mead, by way of the Grand Canyon, and to Zion National Park and far into Utah. With a wingspan up to nine and a half feet, condors are the largest flying birds in North America. In 1982, when the world population of California condors dropped to only 22 and extinction was believed eminent, biologist captured them and began a captive breeding and release program which has increased the total population to 278, of which 132 now live in the wild in Arizona, California, and Baja California, Mexico.  (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
PAGE, AZ - MARCH 22: A rare and endangered California condor flies through Marble Gorge, east of Grand Canyon National Park March 22, 2007 west of Page, Arizona. Condor managers taking blood samples from the 57 wild condors in Arizona both before and after hunting season find that all 57 condors test positive for contamination by lead matching the isotropic fingerprint of the lead commonly used in ammunition, and that those levels rise significantly by the end of the season. Many of the condors become so sick that biologists must re-capture them for lead-poisoning treatments. Several condors die each year. Experts believe the condors are ingesting the lead as they scavenge gut piles left behind hunters because lead bullets shatter and fragment inside the kill. Officials in Arizona are encouraging hunters to use copper bullets instead of lead-based ammunition and in California a coalition of conservation groups have sued the California Fish and Game Commission in an effort to force a ban on lead ammunition in Condor ranges. The condors in the Marble Canyon and Vermillion Cliffs area easily fly as far west as Lake Mead, by way of the Grand Canyon, and to Zion National Park and far into Utah. With a wingspan up to nine and a half feet, condors are the largest flying birds in North America. In 1982, when the world population of California condors dropped to only 22 and extinction was believed eminent, biologist captured them and began a captive breeding and release program which has increased the total population to 278, of which 132 now live in the wild in Arizona, California, and Baja California, Mexico. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
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California Condor Found Shot in Northern Arizona

PHOENIX (AP) — Wildlife officials say they are investigating the fatal shooting of an endangered California condor in northern Arizona.

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Boise State Broncos to take on Arizona in the Fiesta Bowl

We'll be ringing in the New Year with Boise State football as the Broncos match up against Arizona in the 2014 Vizio Fiesta Bowl.

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Top Story Podcast 4/20/11: Immigration, State of the City, Republicans Defending DOMA

Top Story Podcast 4/20/11: First hour - Border Patrol agents say the "higher-ups" have ordered them not to arrest illegal immigrants. Second hour - State of the City, House Republicans are defending the Defense Of Marriage Act

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Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, Several Others Shot By Gunman At Public Event
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AZ Sheriff Issues Gag Order for Giffords Shooting Investigators

The Pima County Sheriff’s department has “suddenly turned off the flow of information” surrounding the January 8 Tucson shooting incident, KGUN reports.

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Top Story Podcast: The Arizona Shooting – Is Talk Radio To Blame?

Top Story Podcast for January 12th, 2011: The state of the City, and Kelly Klass and Jill Skeem discuss the shooting in Arizona. Was it talk radio's fault with its "ugly talk"

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Justice Moving Swiftly in Arizona Shooting

The state of Arizona is wasting no time in bringing alleged killer Jared Lee Loughlin to justice: after Saturday's shocking shooting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords (who remains in critical condition but is able to communicate) and nine others, charges were quickly filed on Sunday afternoon and he'll appear in court on Monday. Says The New York Times' Caucus blog:

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