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Judge seeks emails from Tucson suspect's school

A judge plans to review 255 pages of emails that a newspaper has requested from a community college that the Tucson mass shooting suspect attended. Full story

From Tucson to the NRA convention

   Sixty-one year old Patricia Maisch helped wrestle bullets away from Jared Loughner as he tried to reload his gun in Tucson after allegedly shooting Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. She takes her message to the NRA this weekend.

Measles spells trouble for unprepared hospitals

  Hospitals need to take steps to adequately prepare for an outbreak of measles, which can spread in health care settings, researchers say. Full story

Giffords: A poignant presence, but out of view

It's a sight many Americans would surely love to see: a recovering Rep. Gabrielle Giffords watching as her astronaut husband blasts off into space. But Giffords will watch in private, and her staff says there are no plans to release photos of her. Full story

Tucson suspect returns to Ariz. after mental exams

The suspect in a January shooting rampage that left six dead and wounded Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and 12 others was returned to Arizona on Thursday after undergoing mental exams in Missouri, authorities said. Full story

Loughner loses bid to prevent release of records

An Arizona judge ruled against the Tucson shooting rampage suspect and ordered that health records dating back to his youth can be given to a psychologist trying to determine whether he's mentally competent to stand trial. Full story

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Mentally ill worry after Giffords shooting

Giffords standing on own, trying to improve gait

Tucson shooting suspect's school redacts emails

Giffords on Obama attending shuttle launch: 'Awesome'

Tucson shooting suspect's school releases records

Judge appoints psychiatrist for Loughner's exam

Supporters donate $358,000 to Giffords campaign

The Last Word: New gun control ad uses Ariz. imagery

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  Effort to ban high-capacity gunclips

Rep. Carolyn McCarthy and Kelly O'Brien, who’s fiancé Gabe Zimmerman's was killed in the Tucson shooting, join the show with the latest in the gun control fight.

  Company hopes new metal will protect soldiers

A company in Tucson is rolling out a new bullet proof metal alloy called kryron that could be used to protect soldiers in battle. Msnbc.com's Keva Andersen reports.

  Loughner pleads not guilty at Tucson arraignment

March 9: Jared Lee Loughner, the gunman accused of trying to assassinate Congresswoman Gabriel Giffords and killing six people in Tucson, entered not guilty pleas to all charges against him in federal court. NBC's Mike Taibbi reports.

  Tucson massacre victims battle to recover

As injured victims of the shooting tragedy in Tucson try to piece their lives back together, suspected gunman Jared Loughner faces an expanded federal indictment, which includes all his alleged victims. NBC’s Mike Taibbi reports.

  Firefighter refused to respond to Tucson 911 call

Tucson firefighter Mark Ekstrum retired two days after refusing to respond to the Jan. 8 shooting spree that left six dead and 13 wounded including Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, saying he wasn't able to respond due to his "emotional state."

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Kansas State's Jacob Pullen pauses after missing the game-tying free throw in the closing moments against Wisconsin in a Southeast Regional NCAA college basketball tournament third round game Saturday, March 19, 2011, in Tucson, Ariz. Wisconsin went on to win 70-65.

Border Patrol officers at memorial (© John Moore / Getty Images file)
Border Patrol officers at memorial (© John Moore / Getty Images file)

TUCSON, AZ - JANUARY 21: A Tucson honor guard plays taps during a memorial service for slain Border Patrol agent Brian Terry on January 21, 2011 in Tucson, Arizona. Terry was killed during a December14 shootout with suspected bandits near the U.S.-Mexico Border. Thousands of Border Patrol agents and

Border Patrol officers mourns slain agent
Border Patrol officers mourns slain agent

TUCSON, AZ - JANUARY 21: A Tucson honor guard plays taps during a memorial service for slain Border Patrol agent Brian Terry on January 21, 2011 in Tucson, Arizona. Terry was killed during a December14 shootout with suspected bandits near the U.S.-Mexico Border. Thousands of Border Patrol agents an

A U.S. Border Patrol agent arrives for a memorial service for slain comrade Brian Terry in Tucson, Arizona. Terry was killed during a shootout with suspected bandits near the U.S.-Mexico Border.
A U.S. Border Patrol agent arrives for a memorial service for slain comrade Brian Terry in Tucson, Arizona. Terry was killed during a shootout with suspected bandits near the U.S.-Mexico Border.

TUCSON, AZ - JANUARY 21: A U.S. Border Patrol agent arrives for a memorial service for slain comrade Brian Terry on January 21, 2011 in Tucson, Arizona. Terry was killed during a December 14, 2010 shootout with suspected bandits near the U.S.-Mexico Border. Thousands of Border Patrol agents and fel