Nazi group posts swastikas at ASU Tempe campus

BY: - November 5, 2019

A Nazi group posted flyers at various locations around Arizona State University’s Tempe campus Tuesday, according to a post by the Anti-Defamation League.  The group, Folk Front, claims it is a National Socialist community dedicated to peaceful revolution and its website is littered with white supremacist propaganda that include quotes from Adolf Hitler’s biography.  The […]

Ducey welcomes Nike after blasting company over shoe controversy

BY: - July 11, 2019

Just one week after lambasting Nike and withdrawing an offer of up to $1 million in incentives over its controversial decision to pull its Betsy Ross flag shoes from the market, Gov. Doug Ducey praised the athletic apparel giant for following through with its plans to open a new facility in Goodyear.  Nike announced on […]

Dems warn looming health care ruling could be ‘catastrophic’

BY: - July 11, 2019

WASHINGTON — Democrats in Congress are warning that a looming court decision could upend the Affordable Care Act and leave millions of Americans without health insurance. The case — argued Wednesday before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in Louisiana — has put the fate of the Affordable Care Act on the […]

Accused Priests

Lawyers, victims release new information on accused priests, ask for statewide investigation

BY: - June 26, 2019

This story deals with sexual abuse and assault of minors. If you or someone you know has been a victim of this crime call 800-656-HOPE for 24/7 help and support. Lawyers and victims gathered in a hotel conference room Wednesday afternoon to release a report they hope will help survivors of childhood sexual abuse by […]

U.S. Senate passes border aid bill, heads to battle against House

BY: - June 26, 2019

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Senate on Wednesday approved its own $4.6 billion humanitarian aid package for the southern U.S. border, setting up a clash with U.S. House lawmakers who passed a dramatically different version the night before.  The Senate version passed on a vote of 84-8 with broad bipartisan support after the chamber voted to […]

Ex-GOP candidate looks to influence redistricting

BY: - June 26, 2019

Steve Gaynor, a Republican businessman who lost last year’s race for secretary of state, is looking to give the GOP a hand in the next round of redistricting. Gaynor in May created a nonprofit organization called Fair Maps Arizona. He said the organization will participate in the next redistricting process, which begins in 2021. Fair […]

U.S. House approves $4.5B border aid package

BY: - June 26, 2019

WASHINGTON — The U.S. House of Representatives passed a $4.5 billion package late Tuesday to spend on humanitarian aid at the U.S.-Mexico border, though Senate Republicans and President Donald Trump have already voiced their opposition to the Democratic measure.  The bill passed by a vote of 230-195, largely along party lines, with the majority Democrats […]

Arizona’s Stephanie Grisham named White House press secretary

BY: - June 25, 2019

Arizona politico Stephanie Grisham will be the new face of the Trump administration after being named White House press secretary. Grisham had previously been serving as First Lady Melania Trump’s communications director. She will replace Sarah Huckabee Sanders, whose resignation was announced earlier this month. She will also take over the role of former White […]

Report shows migrant families do show up to immigration court

BY: - June 25, 2019

Immigration court data from Sept. 2018 to May 2019 shows most migrant families attend their immigration hearings, according to an analysis by Syracuse University’s Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse. The data refutes testimony from CBP Acting Commissioner Kevin McAleenan, who shared at a Congressional hearing on June 11 that 90 percent of migrant families don’t show […]

Mesa Mayor: Citizenship question on census ‘a real threat to my city’

BY: - June 13, 2019

Mesa Mayor John Giles spoke against the controversial citizenship question being considered for the 2020 Census during a press call Wednesday organized by the Leadership Conference Education Fund, a civil rights and research group. “It is hard to imagine anyone that would think this is a good idea. An undercount doesn’t really serve anyone,” Giles […]

Bombs involved in Yemen civilian deaths have Arizona ties

BY: - December 17, 2018

A New York Times Magazine report on the death and destruction caused by bombs dropped on civilians in Yemen by Saudi Arabia was able to trace back the origin of some of the bombs to Arizona. The bombs in question were dropped in Northern Yemen in 2016 on a group of civilians who were digging […]

White Gold: Sales tactics changing the dental industry

BY: - November 26, 2018

Real estate agents, salespeople and department store clerks are all known to often work on commission, but another industry has been quietly changing into a commision-based enterprise, and most consumers would have no way of knowing: the local dentist.