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McCain called Prime Minister Viktor Orban a "neo-fascist dictator."
Tucson High students get real-life lesson in civics, history and government.
Martha McSally and Ron Barber were separated by only 36 votes Wednesday morning.
Results are in for three Arizona propositions.
It’s been one week since Arizona started issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples and Pima County has seen an overall uptick in applications.
Congress Street is shut down between Granada and Church.
The lawsuit filed in Pinal County Superior Court doesn't seek specific damages.
The justices to decide if the U.S. Constitution requires lawmakers to make the boundaries.
President Barack Obama planned to announce Holder's departure later Thursday.
New policy gives town manager power to hire and fire police chief.
Agents found cash hidden under the car's rear seats and in the trunk.
Whistleblower who notified government will get nearly $6 million.
Pilot projects in 25 polling places aim to improve voting process.
Audiotape might have helped Tucsonan's defense, state Supreme Court says.
Incidents from Tucson and Southern Arizona.
Candidates comment on Medicaid, job training, public lands, budget cuts, and immigration.
It began with a pair of flip-flops and a stubbed toe. It ended with a .45 perched on the hip of a very angry man in line in front of me at the prescription counter.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — The head of the Environmental Protection Agency promoted proposed clean-power-plant rules to Western governors Tuesday, framing the plan as a way to deal with destructive wildfires and floods that have ravaged the region in recent years.