Gov. Hobbs' executive order gives Arizona AG authority over abortion-related prosecutions
Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs on Friday signed a sweeping executive order to protect anyone involved with a legally obtained abortion from prosecution.
Hunter Biden-linked account received $5 million days after threatening messages: 'Sitting here with my father'
A bank account linked to President Biden's son Hunter Biden received more than $5 million in August 2017, shortly after his threatening messages — in which he said he was "sitting here" with his father — to a Chinese associate revealed this week by an IRS whistleblower, according to documents released by congressional investigators.
Phoenix Considers Creation Of New Court To Handle Crimes Committed By Homeless
The city of Phoenix may create a new court to handle the crimes committed by the homeless. The new specialty court, the Phoenix Community Court, would cost well over $2 million to operate annually, with a $46,000 start-up cost.
Josh Hawley demands hearing after top Biden official admits false testimony about stock purchases
Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., is calling for a Senate hearing to examine Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm's recent admission that she misled him and other lawmakers about her stock ownership.
Hobbs vetoes GOP-backed bill to extend transportation sales tax in Arizona’s biggest county
Democratic Gov. Katie Hobbs on Tuesday vetoed a Republican-backed proposal to extend a longstanding half-cent sales tax that funds transportation projects in Arizona’s most populous county and is set to expire at the end of 2025.
John Durham shuts down Adam Schiff in Trump-Russia hearing: 'Not illegal'
Former Special Counsel John Durham shut down a line of questioning from Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., that sought to assert Donald Trump Jr. had committed a crime during a meeting in Trump Tower.
China negotiating with Havana about joint military training facility in Cuba
China and Cuba are in active conversations about creating a new joint military training facility on the island nation 100 miles from the American homeland.
Hunter Biden to plead guilty to federal tax charges, strikes deal on gun charge
Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, will plead guilty to two tax misdemeanors and struck a deal with federal prosecutors to resolve a felony gun charge, the Justice Department said Tuesday in court filings.
Livingston Keeps The Heat On Hobbs With AZ AG Complaint
Representative David Livingston filed a complaint and request for investigation with Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes, regarding Governor Katie Hobbs’ use of state resources to influence elections pursuant to state statutes.
Ric Grenell to Newsmax: Media Lax on Biden Bribery Claims
"We've seen this regime media in Washington, D.C., completely cover for Joe Biden," Grenell said on Newsmax's "John Bachman Now." "I mean, what has taken so long? People are frustrated."
MAGA Republicans seem determined to flip the Arizona Legislature ... to Democrats
Opinion: Never have I seen Republicans working so diligently, doing everything they can … to hand over control of the Arizona Legislature to Democrats.
Ex-Border Patrol chief says letting migrants into US was 'only agenda' of DHS when Mayorkas took office
Allowing more migrants to cross the border into the U.S. was the only thing on the agenda for Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas when he entered power with President Biden's administration, former Border Patrol Chief Rodney Scott testified Wednesday.
Arizona mother gets call from ‘kidnapped daughter’ – but it’s really an AI scam
AZ mother Jennifer DeStefano tells US Senate about dangers of artificial technology after receiving phone call from scammers sounding exactly like her daughter
Rep. Ogles to Newsmax: Time to Impeach Biden, Harris Because 'Enough Is Enough'
Rep. Andy Ogles, R-Tenn., told Newsmax Tuesday that while there's a "litany of things" that could be mentioned, he drafted articles of impeachment for President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris because former President Donald Trump's federal indictment crossed a line.
Burisma audio tapes could be 'cataclysmic event' for President Biden, Matt Whitaker says
Sen. Chuck Grassley claims Burisma exec has 17 recordings of calls with Bidens as 'insurance policy'. Tuesday, former acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker discussed the "explosive" developments days after the FBI turned over a document to Congress that allegedly detailed a criminal scheme involving then-Vice President Biden.
North Dakota governor Doug Burgum announces Republican presidential bid
Doug Burgum, the Republican governor of North Dakota, has announced his candidacy for the party’s presidential nomination next year.
Drug cartel killed 8 young workers at call center, placed bodies in bags: police
As many as eight young workers were confirmed dead Tuesday in Mexico after they apparently tried to quit jobs at a call center operated by a violent drug cartel that targeted Americans in a real estate scam.
BREAKING: Southern Poverty Law Center Adds Parental Rights Groups to ‘Hate Map’
The Southern Poverty Law Center, which brands mainstream conservative and Christian organizations as “hate groups,” placing them on a map with chapters of the Ku Klux Klan, added a slew of parental rights organizations to that “hate map” for 2022 and labeled them “antigovernment groups.”
DOJ Prosecuting Pot-Using Gun Owners Despite State Legalization
The Department of Justice under President Joe Biden has begun to target legal gun owners who also use marijuana in the many states that have legalized medicinal or recreational marijuana.