International Friends, a non-profit volunteer program, held its first host information session of the semester on Wednesday.
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ISLAMABAD — A U.S. missile strike in Pakistan has killed al-Qaida’s operations chief for the country, U.S. officials said Thursday, further shredding the terrorist group’s upper ranks as it struggles to cope with the death of its founder.
WASHINGTON — The desperate call crackled over the radio in the predawn darkness: A small team of American and Afghan troops were pinned down in a remote village under withering fire from three sides. A young lieutenant was begging for artillery or air support. Without it, he said, “we are going to die out here,” he yelled.
Officials at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base have lifted heightened security measures that have been in place on the base since 11 a.m. Base personnel, as well as the children who attend one of the two schools located on the base, are now free to leave.
The celebration to honor professor Tom Gehrels’ life and his 50-year dedication to UA astronomy research began with a fly-by of four F16 jets and a cheering crowd.
The UA and ASU both fall within the bottom third of Pac-12 schools in this year’s U.S. News and World Report Best Colleges Rankings.
Bicyclists beware — the UA has launched a campaign to make riders more aware of traffic laws. The University of Arizona Police Department and Parking and Transportation Services launched their Bicycle Safety and Education Campaign to promote “a safe travel environment for everyone.” Officers will be on campus throughout September to educate cyclists on traffic regulations and provide pointers on bicycle theft.
To the undergraduate magazine Persona, everyone is a critic.
With football games come indulgences like nachos, hot dogs and kettle corn, and with these indulgences come thirst and a lot of trash.
LOS ANGELES — Propelled by an increase in prescription narcotic overdoses, drug deaths now outnumber traffic fatalities in the United States, a Los Angeles Times analysis of government data has found.
A few rare young cells help us fight new diseases better as we age.
The Steele Children’s Research Center received a five-year grant that will be used to train professionals wanting to work with children who have autism, cerebral palsy and other neurodevelopmental disabilities.
More than 11,000 bikes vie for parking on campus every day. Despite this, the Bike Valet alternative bike-parking program continues to work to gain traction with students.
The Arizona Students’ Association will recruit members and share initiatives at its kickoff event today.
The UA Aerial Robotics Club is getting ready to take off this semester. Started by a group of aerospace engineering majors a decade ago, the UA Aerial Robotics Club is open to students interested in flying and building small remote control and computer-operated airplanes. Over the years, the club has entered a variety of competitions regarding aerospace development and innovation.
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama will announce a plan to slash more than $3 trillion from the nation’s deficit over the next decade by winding down the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, raising taxes on wealthier Americans, closing tax loopholes and cutting the cost of Medicare and other government health programs, senior White House officials said.
IMPHAL, India — Rain, landslides and severed communications continued to hamper rescue efforts late Monday after a large earthquake struck Sunday in northeastern India, Nepal and Tibet, killing at least 50 people.
WASHINGTON — When Air Force Staff Sgt. Jonathan Mills woke up Tuesday, he posted a pointed message on his Facebook page about the secret he has kept since he joined the military seven years ago.
KABUL, Afghanistan — The assassination of the Afghan government’s point man on negotiations with the Taliban throws that fragile effort into disarray and complicates U.S. hopes of finding a way out of the long conflict in Afghanistan.