Expert panelists explore the effect of dark money on Arizona elections.
Governor scraps idea to use donations for disabled vets to fund cemeteries.
The new graduation requirement begins with the current crop of sophomores.
Some IS militant videos were posted on the YouTube site, purporting to show military operations and explosions
Any push to cut corporate, personal income taxes would be fiscally irresponsible.
Longtime D.C. humorist looks at Congress in the GOP's hands.
Expect show on Friday to shed light on GOP dominance in D.C.
Obama told a Phoenix audience Thursday that he met Giffords and her husband, Mark Kelly, while he was in town.
The state Game and Fish Department announced Tuesday it might file a lawsuit against the Interior Department.
Have the political achievements of Bill Clinton been washed away?
Her political career started with a 1982 run for the state House.
THis year has produced a frenzy of breaking news in Arizona.
At this pace, state could pick up 10th congressional seat by 2020.
The justices set March 2 to hear arguments about who gets to draw the state's political boundaries.
McCain, who will chair the Senate Armed Services Committee, outlined priorities.
Gov. Brewer says she wants issue to go to full trial.
Sen. Jeff Flake was among three U.S. lawmakers accompanying Alan Gross.
Here’s one way to think of public records: as a customer you’d never pay for a product or service you weren’t allowed to see or evaluate.
Republican is in line to oversee military and defense policy and budgets.
The state has continued to refuse to issue licenses to people in the federal Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.