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16 Oct
A portion of the US border wall that was damaged after severe flooding in August following monsoon rains on the US-Mexico border appears to be rotting away according to footage captured near the town of Douglas, Arizona on Tuesday. The monsoon rains had reportedly blown the floodgates off their hinges where now they hang rotting away. The Biden administration has begun cancelling the border wall project in Texas, a main focal point of former President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign.
2 Dec 2020
Wisconsin and Arizona have confirmed Joe Biden's electoral victory over Donald Trump amid ongoing allegations of fraud from Trump's campaign. Both states have said the election was conducted fairly.
27 Jun 2020
US immunologist Dr. Anthony Fauci acknowledged that the country is struggling to contain a recent spike in cases in Florida, Arizona, and Texas. Follow DW for the latest.
7 May 2020
President Donald Trump on Tuesday made his first major foray out of the White House since the coronavirus lockdown began, visiting a mask making factory in Arizona. The Guns N' Roses version of 'Live and Let Die' blared in the background as Trump toured the facility.
6 Dec 2018
Self-driving cars go into business in Arizona.
20 Oct 2018
U.S. President Donald Trump held a rally in Mesa, Arizona to campaign for Republican candidates in the upcoming mid-term elections.
19 Jan 2018
A convicted Arizona felon arrested on charges of killing his mother and stepfather in their home last month is now believed responsible for at least seven more fatal shootings in the Phoenix area, police said on Thursday.
16 Nov 2017
A real estate investment firm owned by Bill Gates has invested in a project to build a smart city in the Arizona desert.
29 Aug 2017
U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday defended his granting a pardon to controversial former Arizona lawman and political ally Joe Arpaio.
11 Jun 2017
The Navy's newest Littoral Combat Ship is named after former Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords who was shot in the head in 2011

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