National Forest Service employees testified Thursday before Congress about a longstanding culture of sexual harassment, whistle-blower retaliation and discrimination.
Top government and business leaders from Arizona and Mexico will meet in Hermosillo this week for an annual bi-lateral event.
In his last days in office President Barack Obama still has the power to make significant changes to the Southwest. Obama has already used the Antiquities Act to designate 27 national monuments — more than any other president. Many American Indian tribes are hoping he takes action on at least one more proposal.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday over whether immigrants facing deportation who are detained for more than six months are entitled to a bond hearing before an immigration judge.
A Guatemalan woman who was in U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s custody here in Arizona died Sunday morning.
The U.S. ranks number one and Canada number seven in the number of millionaires in the country, while Mexico will soon crack the top 20.
At last count earlier this year Coconino County had 755 people experiencing homelessness. Flagstaff Shelter Services is working on finding them permanent homes faster.
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton will meet with mayors from around the world to discuss how they can address climate change.
Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona, in meetings with top Mexican government officials this week, is emphasizing what he calls the mutually beneficial commercial ties between the U.S. and Mexico and the benefits of a likely renegotiation of a trade agreement for the two countries.
All across the southwest people have stood with the Standing Rock Sioux (sue) in local protests of the Dakota Access oil pipeline. Many have traveled to North Dakota to participate in what began months ago as a peaceful protest.