GOP, Dems team up to rip 'delusional' Sinema over 'plan' to swipe their voters in independent reelection bid
Republicans and Democrats in the swing state of Arizona found themselves on the same team this week after a report that Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, I-Ariz., had formulated a "path to victory" for a potential independent reelection bid that would involve her swiping enough votes from each of the party's candidates to come out on top.
Arizona governor steps down in short absence as state treasurer temporarily fulfills role
On Wednesday evening, the Arizona treasurer announced that she would serve as acting governor beginning later that evening until mid-morning Thursday, amid a short absence from Gov. Katie Hobbs.
DOJ ordered Hunter Biden investigators to 'remove any reference' to Joe Biden in FARA probe warrant: House GOP
The U.S. Department of Justice ordered FBI and IRS investigators involved in the Hunter Biden probe to "remove any reference" to President Biden in a search warrant related to a Foreign Agents Registration Act probe, new documents released by the House Ways & Means Committee reveal.
Republican hopefuls face growing urgency to stop Donald Trump entering 2nd debate
Republicans are meeting for their second presidential debate on Wednesday as Donald Trump’s top rivals seek to blunt the momentum of the former president, who is so confident of cruising through the party’s primary that he again won’t share a stage with them.
Toma And Petersen Take On Federal Homeless Fight At U.S. Supreme Court
Earlier this week, Senate President Warren Petersen and House Speaker Ben Toma filed an amicus brief at the U.S. Supreme Court in City of Grants Pass v. Gloria Johnson and John Logan.
'Zombie apocalypse': San Francisco on track to crush overdose death record as addicts die in streets
San Francisco is poised to surpass a record-breaking year for overdose deaths.There were 563 overdose fatalities in the Golden City between Jan. 1 and Aug. 31, according to a recent report from the San Francisco chief medical examiner.
Glendale Public Library To Host ‘Why Pronouns Matter’ Event Funded By Taxpayers
The Foothills Library plans to host a “He/She/They: Why Pronouns Matter” event next week with funding from the Arizona State Library and Arizona Humanities. The Arizona State Library is a division of Secretary of State Adrian Fontes’ office.
7K Migrants Cross into One Texas Border Town in 72 Hours
Border Patrol agents apprehended approximately 7,000 migrants during the past three days, according to sources operating within U.S. Customs and Border Protection. This includes the approximately 3,000 migrants crossing on Wednesday morning.
Fox News Power Rankings: The 2024 GOP presidential frontrunner, challengers and second place candidates
Following an explosive first debate and with one week to go until the second, the Republican presidential candidates are getting more vocal about an important divide within their party.
Political ad spending suggests Arizona could be most important state in 2024 election
Money definitely talks in politics, and it’s strongly suggesting that Arizona could be the nation’s most important state in next year’s election. With the White House and a key Senate seat on the battleground state’s ballot, AdImpact is projecting a whopping $821 million in broadcast political ad spending in Arizona for the 2023-24 election cycle.
New Poll Shows Biden Would Lose To 3 Republican Candidates
A new poll projects that President Joe Biden would lose to three different Republican nominees in the 2024 election. Trump is reported to have a 44% to 40% advantage over the president while Haley has a 41% to 37% edge. Scott, 58, was reported to have a 39% to 37% advantage over Biden in a hypothetical head-to-head matchup.
GOP Lawmakers Warn Flagstaff That Their Ban On Firearms Ads Is Unconstitutional
Republican lawmakers are warning the Flagstaff City Council that their proposed ban on firearms ads would be unconstitutional and unlawful.
Hunter Biden indicted on federal gun charges
Biden was charged with making a false statement in the purchase of a firearm; making a false statement related to information required to be kept by a federal firearms licensed dealer; and one count of possession of a firearm by a person who is an unlawful user of or addicted to a controlled substance.
Arizona Politicos React To New Mexico Governor’s Public Health Emergency For Guns
Arizonans may have gained valuable insight into the future direction of their state – thanks to a surprising action from a neighboring state. Last week, New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham signed an Executive Order to declare a State of Public Health Emergency due to gun violence
House Oversight to hold first Biden impeachment hearing this month
Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer, R-Ky., previewed the next steps for the House impeachment inquiry into President Biden Wednesday, announcing plans to hold a hearing this month.
Chinese Professor With World Economic Forum History Leads Critical Race, Gender Theory Research On Children At ASU, NAU
A professor hailing from China with a World Economic Forum (WEF) background is behind critical race and gender theory research on children at two of Arizona’s taxpayer-funded universities.
On this day in history, September 11, 2001, US experiences the worst terrorist attack in American history
On this tragic day in history, Sept. 11, 2001, Americans and the entire world watched as two airplanes slammed into the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers in New York City while a third plane crashed into the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia.
Arizona House Committee Discusses Big Tech Influence On Free Speech
The Arizona House Ad Hoc Committee on Oversight, Accountability and Big Tech convened on Tuesday to discuss the influence of Big Tech on free speech.
Arizona superintendent Tom Horne to use COVID relief for $40 million tutoring program
Arizona is channeling $40 million in federal COVID-19 relief funding toward tutoring students falling behind in school, the state superintendent said Tuesday.