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When The Going Gets Hot, Construction Workers Get Nocturnal

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Navajo miners work at the Kerr-McGee uranium mine at Cove, Ariz., on May 7, 1953. AP hide caption

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For The Navajo Nation, Uranium Mining's Deadly Legacy Lingers

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Ahead Of Arizona Primary, Business Community Fears Trump Will Inspire Backlash

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Independent Voters In Colorado, Florida And Arizona

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Saudi Hay Farm In Arizona Tests State's Supply Of Groundwater

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After years as punk rockers, Jeneda (right) and Clayson Benally formed the band Sihasin, which means "hope" in Navajo. "We have every possibility to make positive change," says Jeneda. Courtesy of Sihasin hide caption

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Bringing Music And A Message Of Hope To Native American Youth

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Census Bureau Tests New Online Survey In Small Towns Ahead Of 2020

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A driver operates a haul truck in the Ray Mine near Kearny, Ariz. Falling copper prices have residents of some small mining towns in Arizona worried as shrinking revenues bring layoffs. Christopher Deahr/FlickrVision hide caption

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With Prices Down And Layoffs Up, Copper Industry Still Looks To Grow

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A new U.S. citizen holds an American flag during a naturalization ceremony in July. An Arizona law will require graduating high school seniors to pass the same civics test given to candidates for U.S. citizenship. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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