By Michael Balsamo, Bob Christie, Associated Press
Earlier this year, the Justice Department announced it was opening similar investigation into police forces in Minneapolis, after the death of George Floyd, and in Louisville, Kentucky, after the death of Breonna Taylor.
By Calvin Woodward, Jonathan J. Cooper, Associated Press
In mid-May, partisan investigators hired by Arizona state lawmakers backed off their allegation that the state’s most populous county had destroyed its 2020 election database. Confronted with proof that the data still existed, they admitted everything was there.
By Lorraine Rivera, Arizona Public Media
The number of apprehensions at the U.S.-Mexico border have climbed steadily this year. In May alone, border agents reported more than 180,0000 encounters with migrants. Lorraine Rivera of Arizona Public Media reports from the ground with U.S. Customs and Border…
By Bob Christie, Christina A. Cassidy, Associated Press
While it's possible more cases could emerge, the numbers illustrate the implausibility of Trump's claims that fraud and irregularities in Arizona cost him the state's electorate votes.
By Anita Snow, Associated Press
The bodies of an unusually large number of migrants who died in Arizona's borderlands are being recovered this summer amid record temperatures. The nonprofit group Humane Borders maps the discoveries with data from the medical examiner in Tucson.
By Associated Press
Climate change is considered a "key driver" of a trend that is creating "longer and more intense dry seasons that increase moisture stress on vegetation and make forests more susceptible to severe wildfire."…
By John Yang, Alex D'Elia
On the final day of its term, the Supreme Court issued major decisions that put the court's 6-3 conservative majority in the spotlight, especially given the national debate on voting rights. John Yang reports with Marcia Coyle, chief Washington correspondent…
By Mark Sherman, Associated Press
The Supreme Court upheld voting restrictions in Arizona in a decision that could make it harder to challenge other voting measures put in place by Republican lawmakers following last year's elections.
By Jacques Billeaud, Associated Press
Arizona purchased materials to make hydrogen cyanide, the gas used in executions in the U.S. and by the Nazis to kill 865,000 Jews at the Auschwitz concentration camp alone.
By Stephanie Sy
An order to audit the 2020 vote by the Republican-controlled state senate in Arizona has been opposed by several members of the county board of supervisors, who say the process has made Arizona a "laughing stock" and it's time to…
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