A roundup of Arizona winners.
Sinema faced former Lt. Col. Wendy Rogers.
PHOENIX — A House Republican candidate has edited out from a campaign ad slamming her Democratic opponent video footage shot moments before the beheading of American journalist James Foley.
A spokesman for retired Air Force Lt. Col. Wendy Rogers said Tuesday she chose to remove the footage …
How Congress voted on arming/funding of Syrian rebels
They tell congressional panel he was turned away once when seeking treatment.
The plan is to buy $1 million in local network television ads this fall attacking Tucson Democrat Ron Barber and another $1.9 million to run ads critical of Flagstaff Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick.
House Democrats will spend a record $4.2 million on television ads in Arizona during the last weeks of this year’s election.
Long waits and reliance on medication as treatment for physicians and drug formulary make it hard for veterans to get mental health care, veterans and families told a congressional subcommittee Thursday in Tucson.
Unfamiliar or even blocked phone numbers started showing up on caller IDs throughout the Old Pueblo yesterday, with a stranger on the other end of the line asking them to call Republican congressional candidates.
A political nonprofit called "Center Forward" has started airing television ads in Arizona last week, praising Reps. Ron Barber and Kyrsten Sinema
A move by the National Republican Congressional Campaign has local Democrats seeing red over a set of new websites that appear to tout Democrat candidates.
This week, the Senate will vote on a two-year budget deal, the 2014 defense budget and presidential nominees.
More officers at Arizona’s ports of entry, longer hours of operation, lease-back partnerships with private investors and toll roads.
WASHINGTON — Erika Andiola came to Washington expecting it would be the place to make a difference in the immigration reform fight - until the immigration fight hit closer to home.
Andiola on Wednesday said she quit her job in the office of Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Phoenix, to go home and foc…
WASHINGTON – With a year until the next election, Democratic freshmen in three competitive Arizona congressional districts are stockpiling cash for their re-election bids, according to the latest campaign-finance reports.
U.S. Rep. Ron Barber has got himself in a bind.
Kyrsten Sinema is a former state senator and will represent a new congressional district that includes Paradise Valley, parts of Phoenix, Tempe and areas of Scottsdale, Mesa and Chandler.