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Arizona man arrested after Black YouTuber recorded him using racial slur in viral video

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A Scottsdale man was arrested Saturday after a viral video showed him telling a Black man that he was in a "no (N-word) zone."
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Mark Kelly To Be Sworn In Wednesday [Video]

Mark Kelly To Be Sworn In Wednesday

On Wednesday, former astronaut Mark Kelly will be sworn in as a US senator for Arizona. According to CNN, Kelly defeated Republican Sen. Martha McSally in a special election by more than 78,000 votes. He is married to former Arizona Rep. Gabby Giffords, who was shot and nearly killed in 2011 and is now a leader in the movement against gun violence. Kelly campaigned on improving gun safety laws, improving services for veterans, and quality healthcare for Arizonians.

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Arizona, Wisconsin to certify election results Monday, Trump may challenge outcome

President Donald Trump has challenged results in several states, but the president has faced setbacks in many of those legal battles.

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Not a hearing: Arizona legislators, Trump lawyers plan public meeting on election at Phoenix hotel Monday

The meeting at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Phoenix is not a hearing of the Legislature as Finchem and Trump campaign's legal team have cast it.

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A two-mile line in Arizona. A four-hour wait in Ohio. Millions seek help to avoid going hungry on Thanksgiving.

A Feeding America analysis estimates 15 million more people will live in food insecure homes in the U.S. this year compared to pre-pandemic levels.

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