Many young immigrant activists in Arizona have great political reach -- and impact. Yet they can't vote. This doesn't stop them from influencing the voters who can.
The Latino voting bloc is among the most desired in the country. But never mind who they will vote for, nationally, Latino voters don’t go to the polls any more than most Americans. In one border city, officials say voter apathy is a problem.
The lawsuit accuses Arpaio and the sheriff’s office of discriminatory and unconstitutional law enforcement practices. Critics say the lawsuit is no surprise, while Arpaio says he welcomes a trial.
An annual report released in Phoenix on Friday reveals U.S. Latinos are the 15th largest consumer market in the world.
A former editor of Guns & Ammo magazine has been arrested for shooting and killing a friend Wednesday in Mohave County.
Police have said the suspected gunman in a murder-suicide that killed five people Wednesday was white supremacist and Pinal County Sheriff candidate J.T. Ready.
A poet who challenged the Mexican government’s anti-drug efforts after his son was murdered there spoke in Tucson on Monday.
Federal regulators said the loss of a power line in Arizona sparked the blackout. But they said if the electricity grid had been operating properly, it should have prevented the ensuing blackout, which affected millions in Southern California, Arizona and Northern Mexico.
Hundreds of people marched in downtown Phoenix on Wednesday afternoon in protest of SB 1070.
The Department of Homeland Security has begun soliciting contractors for a system of five border security towers it wants to put in place in Nogales, Ariz.