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After a brief stay, the Supreme Court denies government officials’ request to keep Arizona’s Proposition 100 in effect during an appeal request.
BuzzFeed News takes a look at the initiatives voters across the country will decide on Nov. 4 — and whether the referendums have a chance of passing.
“Keep your hands where I can see them, don’t move. You hear me? You have a license? Show me your license now. If you do something, I’ll kill you here. You understand?” Teodulo Sanchez tells BuzzFeed News the officer put a gun in his face during the tense stop, which police dispute.
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The state law makes it a felony to display or distribute any nude photo of another person without their consent. The ACLU says that could include anything from baby photos to books containing the iconic Vietnam War image of the “napalm girl.”
Despite flooded freeways and abandoned cars, many people in Phoenix are jet-skiing, kayaking, and paddle-boating their way through the flooded town. One woman is dead after her vehicle became submerged.
Sometimes, when you’re up on the roof, you just have to samba.
Arizona schools superintendent John Huppenthal lost the GOP primary after controversial comments about Latinos and comparisons between Planned Parenthood and Nazis surfaced.
Charles Vacca, 39, died at a hospital after he was shot in the head in an accident at a firing range in White Hills, Ariz. He was showing a 9-year-old girl how to fire an Uzi submachine gun, authorities said.
Authorities reached two people trapped after flood waters overran an Arizona house.
It’s like a whole ‘nother world.
The moratorium, which was supposed to end this week, has been extended to Jan. 15.
The execution of Joseph Wood took two hours to finish. There were conflicting reports that Wood was gasping for air as he died.
This is the true story of what happens when you live in a cactus state.
The Patriots Information Hotline says there are 14 militia teams across Texas, Arizona, and California.
Storms in Mexico caused flooding that knocked over the 20-foot border fence just west of Nogales, Arizona. Another section of the fence was also destroyed just east of the city, where someone cut a section large enough for a car fit in.
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A 3,000-foot tall haboob marched into the Arizona city Friday afternoon.
Going by the handles Falcon9 and Thucydides online, he also said Spanish-language media should be eliminated. “This is America, speak English,” he wrote. But he says he won’t resign.
Mountains, canyons, rivers, and crests all day.
The groups claim Maricopa County officials have used flawed state laws to conduct more than 80 worksite raids and arrest more than 790 undocumented workers.
“I do not believe in discrimination,” she said on Tuesday, according to the Arizona Capitol Times.
Students at Sabino High School didn’t discover that the books had been censored until after they paid $75 for them.
The Valley of the Sun is more than just cacti and desert.
Our youth, abandoned, left out all alone, ready to be eaten by wild dogs at any moment.
The film Who is Dayani Cristal? – featuring the Mexican actor and activist – tells the story of an unidentified migrant who lost his life in an Arizona desert.
Tony Diaz, the man behind the Librotraficante (or “book trafficker”) Movement, talks about smuggling banned books into Arizona and fighting to keep Chicano literature in American schools.