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Phoenix, Arizona: State capital city of Arizona, United States
Phoenix is the capital and most populous city in Arizona, with 1,680,992 people. It is also the fifth most populous city in the United States along with being the largest state capital by population, and the only state capital with a population of more than one million residents.

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Donald Trump Jr.'s Girlfriend, Trump Campaign Rainmaker Tests Positive For COVID-19 [Video]

Donald Trump Jr.'s Girlfriend, Trump Campaign Rainmaker Tests Positive For COVID-19

Top Trump campaign official and girlfriend of Donald Trump Jr. Kimberly Guilfoyle has tested positive for coronavirus. Guilfoyle tested positive in South Dakota before she was set to attend President..

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Brendon Urie Shreds Trump For Using Song [Video]

Brendon Urie Shreds Trump For Using Song

at the Disco frontman Brendon Urie’s high hopes for 2020 don’t include President Donald Trump getting reelected. at the Disco’s 2018 hit “High Hopes” as a walk-on song at the Dream City..

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Trump slams 'left-wing mob' at Phoenix rally [Video]

Trump slams 'left-wing mob' at Phoenix rally

[NFA] U.S. President Donald Trump looked to turn nationwide protests against racism and policy brutality to his advantage at a campaign rally in Arizona on Tuesday. Gloria Tso reports.

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Trump asks what the '19' in COVID-19 stands for [Video]

Trump asks what the '19' in COVID-19 stands for

Referring to the coronavirus as the 'kung flu' again, which many consider racist, U.S. President Donald Trump in Phoenix, Arizona on Tuesday said he couldn't figure out what the '19' in COVID-19 stood..

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U.S. churches slowly begin to reopen [Video]

U.S. churches slowly begin to reopen

Some places of worship slowly began to reopen over the weekend in the United States at reduced capacity and with social distancing measures. Gavino Garay has more.

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A local protest group organized a protest Sunday night after video emerged appearing to show a fatal Phoenix police shooting on the Fourth of July.
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US President Donald Trump is holding a rally for Students for Trump in Phoenix, Arizona, days after his rally in Tulsa received less-than-expected numbers.
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Trump Travels to Arizona to Boast About Wall and Press Immigration Issue

He is scheduled to speak later at a meeting of young conservatives in Phoenix.
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Arizona DACA recipients applaud Supreme Court ruling

Young immigrants in Phoenix, Arizona expressed some relief Thursday that the U.S. Supreme Court has kept alive, for now, the Obama-era program that allows immigrants brought here as children to work..
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MLB commissioner Rob Manfred, union head Tony Clark hold 'productive' in-person meeting

MLB commissioner Rob Manfred, union head Tony Clark held 'productive' in-person meeting in Phoenix on Tuesday.
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Arizona is burning: Bush Fire in Tonto National Forest near Phoenix, 3 others rage in triple-digit temperatures

The Bush Fire, one of four major wildfires in Arizona, has burned nearly 65,000 acres in the Tonto National Forest northeast of Phoenix.
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Arizona Wildfires Force Hundreds to Evacuate as Coronavirus Cases Surge

The Bush Fire, northeast of Phoenix, has burned 64,000 acres as firefighters struggle against high winds and dry summer heat.
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Husband of woman in viral video apologizes for her racist scene in Phoenix convenience store

Tamara Harrian went viral after a video showed her using racist insults at a Phoenix gas station. Her husband, Robert Harrian is apologizing for her.
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Woman slaps customer in Phoenix store who berated her with racist language in viral video

A viral video showed a woman in a Phoenix convenience store slap another customer who was berating her with racist language and grabbing her.
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Phoenix's Jeri Williams is one of the nation's few black female police chiefs. She says George Floyd's death was 'disgustingly horrific.'

As one of the nation's few black female police chiefs, Phoenix Chief Jeri Williams reflects on the death of George Floyd and the future of policing.
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Flames engulf US police station as black rights unrest spreads

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Arizona police: Gunman said he wanted 'respect'

Police in a Phoenix suburb on Thursday said a 20-year-old suspect in a shooting at a shopping and entertainment district told police he wanted to gain respect because he had been bullied. (May 21)
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Active shooter in custody after opening fire at Phoenix shopping center, 3 people injured

Three people were shot after a man opened fire at the Westgate Entertainment District near Phoenix, Arizona.
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At least 2 injured after gunman goes on rampage at Arizona mall, one suspect in custody

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'Armed terrorist' shoots 3 people at Westgate Entertainment District near Phoenix; shooter in custody, police say

Arizona State Sen. Martin Quezada tweeted that he witnessed a shooter armed with an AR-15 near the Westgate Entertainment District in Glendale.
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Wildfire forces evacuations near Phoenix

Officials say high winds caused a brush fire in a town near Phoenix to nearly quadruple in size and force the evacuation of 132 homes. No homes had burned Monday in Cave Creek, but the fire came within..
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As NASCAR returns to live racing, Darlington's Turn 1 will be a trip into the unknown

NASCAR drivers haven't raced since March 8 at Phoenix and will have no practice runs at Darlington before the green flag drops Sunday afternoon.
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Trump claims he wore face mask at Honeywell plant

President Donald Trump says he did wear a face mask Tuesday at a Honeywell plant in Phoenix that makes them, but did so backstage, out of view of the press, for "not too long" a time. (May 6)  
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Covid-19: Trump admits US reopening will cost more lives

covid-19: trump admits us reopening will cost more lives
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Without mask, Trump tours Arizona face mask plant

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Protesters want Arizona to 're-open' amid virus outbreak

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Airmen make masks for use on Phoenix air base

Airmen from the 161st Air Refueling wing took time out from their other duties Monday to sew over 300 protective masks at Goldwater Air National Guard base in Phoenix. (April 14)  
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Commander Greg Carnicle, a 31-year police veteran, died after being shot in the line of duty. Two officers were shot and are expected to recover.
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Meteor streaks across early morning Arizona sky

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