Legislative Leaders File Emergency Motion In Federal Court To Defend Save Women’s Sports Act
On Tuesday, Arizona Senate President Warren Petersen and House Speaker Ben Toma filed an emergency motion with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit after a federal district judge blocked the ‘Save Women’s Sports Act’ from going into effect.
62 Percent Of AZ Schools Have No Plan To Maintain Operations When COVID Relief Monies Expire
Up to 62 percent of Arizona’s public-school districts and charters have no written plan for maintaining current operations once relief monies run out next September.
Hunter Biden prosecutor once considered bulldog on fraud takes heat for Hunter treatment
In an apparent 180, federal prosecutor Leo Wise, widely regarded as a tenacious bulldog willing to root out corruption even if it means going after powerful political elites, is now facing scrutiny for what critics have described as his soft prosecution of Hunter Biden.
These Republicans have met qualifications for the first GOP presidential debate
The first Republican presidential primary debate is less than a month away, and seven of the candidates seeking the GOP nomination for the White House have met the required polling and fundraising criteria to earn a spot on stage.
Biden primed to benefit from millions in secretive donations from his outside super PAC, records indicate
President Biden appears positioned to benefit from massive sums in undisclosed donations from the main outside super PAC backing his 2024 candidacy, records indicate.
Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs signs bill to put Prop 400 Valley transportation tax on ballot
Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs signed a bill Tuesday that puts the Prop 400 transportation tax extension up for vote in Maricopa County.
Biden IRS whistleblower calls on Congress to demand access to more witnesses: Evidence 'cannot be denied'
An IRS whistleblower who alleged the agency stifled an investigation into Hunter Biden's tax matters is now urging Congress to bring as many witnesses forward as possible to shed light on possible wrongdoing by the first family.
Hobbs' panel meets in secret, recommends changes to Arizona election laws
A governor's task force meeting behind closed doors approved recommending 20 changes to election laws, a secrecy decision Gov. Katie Hobbs' spokesman is defending.
Who’s running for president in 2024? All the declared candidates
The 2024 election promises to be historic as a long slate of Republican candidates seek to unseat the sitting president, Joe Biden.
Accelerated adoption of AI could automate 30% of Americans’ work hours: McKinsey
Accelerated adoption of artificial intelligence could result in the automation of about 30% of hours worked by Americans in 2030, a report found
Schiff mocked for saying GOP pushing Biden impeachment without evidence: ‘Pot/kettle'
Democratic Congressman Adam Schiff was blasted by conservatives on social media Wednesday after implying that Republicans want to impeach President Biden without any evidence.
Federal Reserve raises its key rate for 11th time by a quarter-point in its drive to slow inflation
The Federal Reserve raised its key interest rate Wednesday for the 11th time in 17 months, a streak of hikes that are intended to curb inflation but that also carry the risk of going too far and triggering a recession.
Hunter Biden's rejected plea deal puts Justice Department in hot seat
Hunter Biden's plead deal fell apart, and he pleaded "not guilty" as federal prosecutors confirmed he's still under federal investigation.
Hunter Biden's friend to tell Congress then-VP Joe joined dozens of son's business meetings via phone
House Republicans continue to investigate whether the Biden family used the influence then-Vice President Joe Biden had in the White House to elicit foreign business deals.
Biden overrules Pentagon, nominates first woman to head Navy
Biden's decision goes against the recommendation of his Pentagon chief, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, who recommended the president select Adm. Samuel Paparo, the current commander of the Navy's Pacific Fleet, according to multiple reports.
Shawnna Bolick appointed to Arizona Senate for LD2 seat
Former lawmaker Shawnna Bolick was chosen by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Wednesday to fill the vacant North Phoenix seat in the Arizona Senate left by the resignation of Republican Sen. Steve Kaiser.
GOP lawmakers call ASU’s free speech into question
Sen. Anthony Kern, R-Glendale, wants Arizona State University to investigate the events surrounding a February speaking engagement featuring three conservatives, which faculty of Barrett Honors College condemned, and provide an investigative report within 60 days
Bidens allegedly 'coerced' Burisma CEO to pay them millions to help get Ukraine prosecutor fired: FBI form
In the form, Zlochevksy tells the source he has "many text messages and ‘recordings’ to "show he was coerced to make such payments" to the Bidens.
IRS agent 'Whistleblower X' opening statement revealed: 'The American people deserve to know the truth'
Two whistleblowers who alleged the Justice Department politically interfered with an investigation into President Biden’s youngest son, Hunter, will testify before Congress at 1 p.m. Wednesday.
'Mumbler in chief:' Biden's lackluster delivery in front of world leader draws scorn on social media
A clip of President Biden mumbling through his comments during Israeli President Isaac Herzog’s visit to the White House renewed many Twitter users’ concerns over his mental fitness.