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Naomi Klein, author of This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate, breaks down the history of political inaction around the climate that has brought us to the point of crisis. Plus, footages from the People’s Climate March in NYC and Laura says “drop hope” in the F Word.

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As summer comes to a close, we look back at the peak fire season through the eyes of someone dedicated to protecting Arizona’s forests: fire spotter Mac Tippins.

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Tucson resident Noel Patterson is passionate about local foods and one example is his preferred sweetener: honey. As he sets up bee colonies in different backyards around Tucson, he’s also harvesting a stronger sense of community, while helping teach about sustainability.

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Local brothers Tony, Dante and Marco Rosano blend jazz, showtunes, classical, latin, and avant-garde for a unique sound based on musical virtuosity. Born into a creative family in a home-made adobe house in the desert north of Tucson, the triplets soon found music an important part of life.

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Samir Madden, a 21-year old UA student, has overcome superficial perceptions of who he is and in doing so, spreads his message of universal acceptance to his community and beyond. Producer/Editor: Mitchell Riley

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To the world she was Eleanor Roosevelt, to one Arizonan she was simply ?my grandmother?.

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University of Arizona geneticist Michael Hammer takes his research in a new direction — in search of the cause of his daughter’s disorder.

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President Obama?outlined a ?steady, relentless? strategy Wednesday to combat Islamic State fighters ?wherever they exist,? signaling he will target the militant group in Iraq and neighboring Syria where the fighters have captured large swaths of territory. Nearly six years after he was elected on the promise to end America?s decade of wars, Obama detailed a […]

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In a few days, US News and World Report will release its latest college rankings.?Everyone will click to find out who rose and who fell, and an Ivy League college (or Stanford) will top the list as it always does, and college presidents will publicly bemoan the invidious power of US News. And then, privately, […]

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The Youth Engaged Stewardship Program is one good reason for environmental hope. On December 6, 2000, President Clinton signed a bill creating the 42,000-acre Las Cienegas National Conservation Area. That legacy lives on through an inspired team of Arizona youth who are now working to conserve and protect habitat and native species in the wetlands. […]

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