How the U.S. Supreme Court rules in the Hobby Lobby religious freedom case will likely impact the next stage of the debate over state-level religious protection laws like the one recently vetoed in Arizona.
A dust storm warning was issued for the Phoenix area until 5 p.m. Arizona time. It’s haboob time.
Or just to get an awesome picture of yourself taken to make all of your friends jealous. Pack your bags and say cheese!
Mother Nature is alive and well. These beautiful parks were recommended by Quora users.
Teju Cole has a history of innovative story telling on Twitter and has now released a lengthy, straight-to-Twitter essay. BuzzFeed spoke with Cole about his new essay, the benefits of Twitter as a platform, and the injustices of the current immigration system.
Twelve years of pent-up gubernatorial aspiration means a crowded field in the race to succeed Jan Brewer. Brewer announced on Wednesday she will not seek reelection.
“I will continue to champion and cheer Arizona from the sidelines,” she said.
“Any time individuals in military uniforms cross a border that’s obviously cause for concern. This incident deserves a close look,” Sen. Tom Coburn said.
Just a week after Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed legislation that many claimed would have led to anti-LGBT discrimination, a state senator says the debate over the bill pushed him to go public.
After a nearly weeklong firestorm of pressure and criticism, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer finally rejected religious freedom legislation that many said would lead to discrimination.
Tucker Carlson became one of the few Fox News hosts to come out in favor of Arizona’s religious freedom legislation that would allow businesses and individuals refuse services to LGBT people.
Phoenix police arrested three DREAMers who were with hunger strikers protesting deportations and the detention of family members.
“Make no mistake, this is the new segregation.”
Looks like #TheNewSegregation is off to a stellar start.
After hours of heated debate, lawmakers easily passed the measure, which opponents say creates a “license to discriminate.”
“And if you aren’t the slow dancing type, no worries. I go to public school, and grinding is allowed!”
Former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords unveils a new ad calling out Congress for failing to act on the gun violence issue. CNN and MSNBC will air the spot before and after the State of the Union address on Tuesday.
UPDATED. The fraternity had been suspended after posting about the party on Instagram, but Arizona State took its discipline one step further on Thursday.
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Former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was shot in the head in an assassination attempt in 2011. Today aired the jump on Thursday.
Former Congresswoman and shooting attack survivor Gabby Giffords and husband Mark Kelly’s gun violence prevention group, Americans for Responsible Solutions, post a sad and intense new spot ahead of the one year anniversary of the Sandy Hook shooting.
Maria Arreola will be there for the holidays. ICE told Erika Andiola that her case was getting too much public attention and they would give her mother a one-year stay of deportation.
Yes, I’m talking about the mail delivery service. IT GETS PRETTY WILD.
Pull one of these out at a party! Or a funeral. Whatever.
Fierce weather has prompted flooding in California, stranded dozens of drivers in Nevada, caused hundreds of car crashes in Arizona, and brought snow to northern New Mexico.
The Arizona congressional delegation asked the federal government to pay back the $465,000 it spent to open the Grand Canyon for five days during the shutdown.
Someone needs to review the law book and make some changes.
The deaths were the worst firefighter-related tragedy since September 11th.
The former congresswoman from Arizona, who was shot in the head in 2011, signs up for the popular photo-sharing social network.