WASHINGTON -- A unanimous Supreme Court says an Arizona commission did not violate the principle of one person, one vote when it redrew the state's legislative districts in a way that created some with more residents than others and improved…
By Bob Christie and Ryan Van Velzer, Associated Press
PHOENIX — Hours-long waits for some Arizona residents for presidential primary voting have led to accusations of voter suppression from Democrats and civil rights proponents who cite a decision by elections officials to slash the number of polling places this…
By Astrid Galvan, Associated Press
TUCSON, Ariz. — A man captured on video kicking and punching an anti-Donald Trump protester at the presidential candidate's rally in Tucson on Saturday is a member of the Air Force.
By Astrid Galvan and Brian Skoloff, Associated Press
NOGALES, Ariz. — Donald Trump's ambitious plan to build a giant wall on the border hits close to home for people like Berenice Andrews.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Friday, hundreds of gun rights demonstrators gathered near the airport in Roseburg, Oregon, as President Obama visited to console victims and families after a mass shooting at a community college. Meanwhile, shooting episodes broke out at…
By Joshua Barajas
A gunman opened fire nearby a dormitory at Northern Arizona University early Friday morning, killing one person and wounding three others, Flagstaff school officials said.
The Board of Supervisors for Maricopa County, Arizona, voted to settle parts of a lawsuit on Wednesday brought on by the Justice Department against Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s Office alleging abuse of power and discriminatory practices toward Hispanics.
By Associated Press
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is drawing larger crowds as he continues to criticize immigration policies in stark language that has revealed a deep divide between immigration hawks and moderates who are trying to avoid alienating Hispanic voters…
By Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court on Monday upheld Arizona congressional districts drawn by an independent commission and rejected a constitutional challenge from Republican lawmakers.
By Mark Sherman
In dueling decisions Thursday about free speech, the Supreme Court upheld Texas' refusal to issue a license plate bearing the Confederate battle flag and struck down an Arizona town's restrictions on temporary signs put up by a small church.
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