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Phoenix, Arizona: State capital city of Arizona, United States
Phoenix is the capital and most populous city in Arizona, with 1,660,272 people. It is also the fifth most populous city in the United States, and the only state capital with a population of more than one million residents.


Trump's Phoenix rally: What were the facts behind his major claims?

Trump made claims about the cost of illegal immigration to Arizona, economic prosperity and progress on health care. See the facts behind the claims.
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Phoenix Trump rally attendees carry 100-year-old World War II veteran to his seat

A 100-year-old World War II veteran was carried to his seat by two men at President Donald Trump's campaign rally in Phoenix, Arizona.
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Videos for Phoenix, Arizona

Donald Trump takes aim at Democratic opponents [Video]Donald Trump takes aim at Democratic opponents

US President Donald Trump takes aim at his opponents during a rally in Arizona. He addressed supporters in Phoenix as six Democratic presidential contenders - including a new candidate, billionaire..

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Mid-March Debate In Phoenix Announced [Video]Mid-March Debate In Phoenix Announced

On Friday, the Democratic National Committee will host another presidential primary debate on March 15 in Phoenix. The debate will take place just two days before the Arizona primary. It will be he..

Credit: Wochit News     Duration: 00:33Published

BAFTAs: Joaquin Phoenix calls out industry on diversity, curtsies to Prince William [Video]BAFTAs: Joaquin Phoenix calls out industry on diversity, curtsies to Prince William

Lead actor winner Joaquin Phoenix criticised the industry for a lack of diversity in his acceptance speech and bobbed a curtsey to Britain's Prince William at the BAFTA awards ceremony.

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Joaquin Phoenix attends a pig vigil hours after winning SAG Award [Video]Joaquin Phoenix attends a pig vigil hours after winning SAG Award

Actor Joaquin Phoenix attends a pig vigil hours after winning an acting gong at the SAG Awards. Phoenix attended the event at Farmer John Cloughtery Packing Co in his tux.

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Celebs mourn Australia, call for peace not war in D.C. [Video]Celebs mourn Australia, call for peace not war in D.C.

Inspired by youth climate action around the world and despite her earlier arrest, actress Jane Fonda called for peace not war in her latest "Fire Drill Friday" protest in Washington, D.C. on Friday,..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:22Published

‘Joker’ Star Joaquin Phoenix Calls Out Climate Change At Golden Globes [Video]‘Joker’ Star Joaquin Phoenix Calls Out Climate Change At Golden Globes

Many celebrities, including Joaquin Phoenix, addressed climate change at the 77th annual Golden Globes. The Joker star won the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama. During his speech,..

Credit: Wochit News     Duration: 00:38Published

Joaquin Phoenix Talks Best Actor Win for 'Joker' Backstage at Golden Globes 2020 [Video]Joaquin Phoenix Talks Best Actor Win for 'Joker' Backstage at Golden Globes 2020

Phoenix won his second career Golden Globe for his title role in 'Joker.'

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AP Top Stories February 20 A

Here's the latest for Thursday February 20th: Contentious Democratic debate in Las Vegas; Trump holds rally in Phoenix; Mass shooting in Germany; Mississippi floodwaters receding.  
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Trump, Campaigning in West, Fixates on Democrats and His Poll Numbers

The president has a full day’s schedule that will culminate with a rally in Phoenix while Democrats are debating in Las Vegas.
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Live coverage: Donald Trump to rally in Phoenix as campaign turns attention to key battleground state

Donald Trump's rally in Phoenix comes amid a four-day swing through the West that will combine campaign stops with official White House events.
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Phoenix, Zellweger, among Oscar winners at Vanity Fair

Joaquin Phoenix, Renee Zellweger, Scarlett Johansson, Kanye and Kim Kardashian West and Timothee Chalamet attend the star-studded Vanity Fair party in Los Angeles. (Feb. 10)  
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Alleged leader of Iraqi al Qaeda group arrested in Arizona

A man accused of killing two police officers while acting as the leader of an al Qaeda group in the Iraqi city of Fallujah was arrested in Phoenix, Arizona, federal officials said on Friday.
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Atari is planning video game-themed hotels. Here's a first look and what we know

Gaming pioneer Atari plans to open multiple video game hotels across the country. The first will be in downtown Phoenix.
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Phoenix delays airport ride-hailing fee hike as Arizona court weighs in

The U.S. city of Phoenix will delay a planned fee hike for pickup and dropoff ride-hailing services at its Sky Harbor International Airport over which Uber Technologies Inc had threatened to leave,..
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Arizona mother arrested on suspicion of killing her three children

Police arrested a young mother on Tuesday on suspicion of smothering her three young children to death, one at a time, in the family's Phoenix home, then propping their bodies on a sofa as if they were..
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3 children found dead in Arizona home, police try to determine cause

Three children, all under the age of 4, were reported dead in a Phoenix neighborhood, according to Phoenix fire officials.
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Phoenix police: 3 children dead inside home

Phoenix police say three children have been pronounced dead inside a home. Police say the children, ages 3, 2 and 7 months, were found unresponsive and pronounced dead after officers administered CPR..
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Phoenix would need to 'feel inspired' to return to Joker

Speaking backstage, Joaquin Phoenix was reluctant to answer questions about his Golden Globe-winning performance in "Joker," and discussed the possibility of a sequel. (Jan. 6)  
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Cult connections? Man links 'radical' religious group to his attempted murder in Arizona and 2 missing children in Idaho

Around the time Idaho siblings Joshua Vallow and Tylee Ryan disappeared, one of their relatives was targeted in a shooting near Phoenix.
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Body of Arizona girl swept away in floods found

Arizona searchers on Friday recovered the body of a missing six-year-old girl at a lake northeast of Phoenix, the third child to have died when her family's vehicle attempted to cross a rain-swollen..
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Rare hail blankets Phoenix, parts of Arizona during storm

Parts of Arizona saw quarter-size hail fall from the sky during a December storm.
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Lottery winner loses $14.6M after never showing up to claim prize in Arizona

Arizona Lottery said The Pick winning ticket was sold on June 5 at a Circle K store in Goodyear, Arizona, located about 20 miles west of Phoenix.
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Two children dead, one missing in Arizona floods as winter storm blankets U.S.

Two children were found dead and another was missing in Arizona on Saturday after the vehicle they were in became stuck while crossing a storm-swollen forest creek outside Phoenix, part of a..
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Teenage girl stuck in chimney rescued by Phoenix firefighters

The girl was trying to get into her house when she became stuck right above the flue of the chimney, authorities say.
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Hail storm pelts Los Angeles area as flash flooding rages through parts of Phoenix

Hail pelted Los Angeles and Las Vegas while parts of Phoenix experienced flash flooding.
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Body donation company that used cadavers as crash dummies ordered to pay $58M to families

Ten of 21 plaintiffs who sued a now-defunct Phoenix body donation company will be awarded $58 million, a Maricopa County Superior Court jury decided.  
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10 more bodies found at mass grave near US-Mexico border, bringing total to 58, officials say

Forty-two bodies were initially discovered in a mass grave near the beach resort town approximately 200 miles from Phoenix.
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Secret Santa's homeless elf

During this holiday season in Phoenix, a homeless man, Moses Elder, took on the role of a Secret Santa helper, giving away money to some unsuspecting and grateful passers-by. The anonymous, wealthy..
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Southwest Airlines flight attendant says pilots streamed airplane bathroom video to cockpit

A Phoenix-based Southwest Airlines flight attendant says she was retaliated against after reporting two pilots for livestreaming a plane's lavatory.
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Pedestrians narrowly escape Phoenix car crash

Video released by the Phoenix police department shows a vehicle run a red light, collide with another car and narrowly miss a couple pushing a stroller. The driver of the vehicle that ran the red light..
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Phoenix Officer Fired for Pulling Gun on Family Over Shoplifting Report

At least one other officer was fired and several others were reprimanded for their handling of high-profile cases, the Phoenix police chief said.
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Phoenix police officer involved in viral video stop of couple fired

Phoenix Chief Jeri Williams announced that the officer involved in a viral video stop of Dravon Ames and Iesha Harper has been fired.
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Padres Pitcher Charged After Trying to Enter Wrong Home Through Doggy Door

Jacob Nix was charged with criminal trespassing after being kicked and tased for trying to climb through the door of someone else’s home in a Phoenix suburb, according to the authorities.
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Photographer asked three teens to stop using a racial slur. He was shot 9 times, police say

A photographer was shot at a park in Phoenix after a group asked him to take their picture, then began using racial slurs, court records say.
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movie review: joker
by Graham Pierrepoint - JOKER IMDb Dir: Todd Phillips Starring Joaquin Phoenix, Robert De Niro, Zazie Beetz, Frances Conroy 4.5 STARS (out of 5) DISCLAIMER: While I am reviewing this movie for the..
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Massive dust devil in Arizona swirls towards car

A huge dust devil was captured on camera by a driver as it swirled towards a road near Phoenix, Arizona.
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How can a parent forget a child in the car? A psychologist explains

At least 48 children have died this year from being left in hot cars. That is close to matching last year's record number. The most recent death happened on Tuesday in Phoenix, where a four-month-old..
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Child dies after being left inside vehicle in Phoenix

Phoenix fire officials said they responded to a report of a child in a vehicle, but when crews arrived they were unable to resuscitate the child.  
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Motorist was killed after looking at another driver the wrong way, Phoenix police say

Police say Nicolas Elliott shot and killed another motorist "for merely looking at him while stopped at a red traffic light."
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Phoenix 'insecure' about 'Joker' research

Joaquin Phoenix discusses the effect of losing so much weight to play the title role in "Joker" and how he doesn't want to reveal who he studied for the part. (Sept. 24)
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Marine missing from Calif. base found safe at Texas rest area

Lance Corporal Job Wallace was on what was supposed to be a three-day leave from Camp Pendleton and was seen in area of his family's suburban Phoenix home
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Arizona Supreme Court rules artists don't have to make LGBTQ wedding invitations

The Arizona Supreme Court has ruled on a case challenging Phoenix's nondiscrimination ordinance and how it applies to LGBTQ couples.  
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Arizona trooper arrested on charges he tried to extort sexual favors

Tremaine Jackson, 43, has been relieved of duty after 13 years on the job in central Phoenix
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Two survive as small plane hits airport building

Two people were injured when a light plane crashed into an airport building south of metro Phoenix on Tuesday. AZFamily.com reports that both were taken to a hospital, but their injuries are not..
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Phoenix Votes to Expand Light Rail, as Cities Wrestle With Public Transit

American cities have struggled over plans for light-rail systems in a debate that has pitted economic and environmental goals against worries over costs.
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