Before most national brands started touting their Earth-friendly ways, there was Bookmans. The used bookstore opened in Tucson more than 40 years ago. Today, it has six stores across the state where you can buy, sell and trade more than books.
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Final $600 Million Jaguar Recovery Plan Released
The U.S. government has published the results of an extensive $600 million plan for recovery of the endangered jaguar that lives in the mountains of Mexico and southern Arizona. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service anticipates it will take 50 years to recover the jaguar.
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Arizona Chases Opportunities At Mexico’s Largest Airspace Fair
One of the largest aerospace fairs on the continent kicked off this Wednesday at the outskirts of Mexico City. And Arizona has one of the biggest pavilions there to promote the state’s industry and to look for new partners.
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Court Hearing Scheduled Thursday In Family Separations Case
The sides in an ongoing lawsuit over the separation of migrant families at the U.S.-Mexico border are due in court Thursday afternoon. An independent federal investigator has said there may be thousands of migrant children who were separated from their parents prior to last year's court-ordered reunifications.
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Mexico Becomes Top U.S. Trade Partner For The First Time
In January and February of this year, trade between Mexico and the United State accounted for $97.4 billion in imports and exports. That’s about 15 percent of all U.S. trade worldwide, surpassing both China and Canada for the first time.
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FAA Holds Workshops To Address Flight Path Questions, Concerns
Nearly five years after the Federal Aviation Administration altered the flight paths in and out of Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, the agency is once again hosting workshops to address questions and concerns about flight paths around the Valley.

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Nearly 27 Years After Hindu Mob Destroyed A Mosque, The Scars In India Remain Deep
The 16th-century Babri mosque's destruction marked a turning point in Indian politics. Thousands, mostly Muslims, died afterward in riots. The prime minister vows to build a Hindu temple on the site.
FBI And IRS Raid Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh's Home And Offices At City Hall
Pugh is being investigated for receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars in payments for a self-published children's book from private companies that were subject to her influence.
Kim Jong Un Willing To Denuclearize If Given Security Guarantees, Putin Says
The two leaders met Thursday to discuss denuclearization and sanctions. No major agreements came out of the summit, but the two leaders said they were satisfied with the talks.
Biden Launches 2020 Campaign As Rescue Mission For America's 'Soul'
The 76-year-old former vice president focused on President Trump's response to Charlottesville in his announcement. He enters the presidential race with renewed scrutiny of his decades in public life.
Majority Of Americans Say Drug Companies Should Be Held Responsible For Opioid Crisis
According to a new NPR/Ipsos opioid poll, 71% of Americans surveyed also say the government should do more to curb the epidemic.