An Arizona-based government watchdog group has filed a lawsuit against President Barack Obama and others in an attempt to derail the federal health care law.Read More »
President Barack Obama has signed into law a $600 million border security that will put more agents and equipment along the Mexican border.Read More »
Ben Quayle now admits that in 2007 he used a pseudonym to contribute to the voyeuristic website, DirtyScottsdale.com, which later became TheDirty.com, after first denying any affiliation with the site.
Gordon James, who is working for the Quayle campaign, said Quayle contributed to the site under a pseudonym. James would not say which pseudonym Quayle used, but did not rule out that Quayle had contributed to the site under the name “Brock Landers,” a fictional character in the movie Boogie Nights.
Brian Miller, a Republican candidate in Arizona’s 8th Congressional District, suspended his campaign Aug. 12.Read More »
Records show that about 47,000 people were removed or deported from the U.S. after the Homeland Security Department sifted through 3 million sets of fingerprints taken from bookings at local jails.Read More »
In a rare moment of bipartisanship Tuesday, the House approved $600 million to pay for more unmanned surveillance drones and about 1,500 more agents along the troubled Mexican border.Read More »
Gov. Jan Brewer's lawyers are opposing a request to merge a police officer's challenge to Arizona's new immigration law with another lawsuit that seeks to overturn the law.Read More »
The Justice Department on Tuesday notified an Arizona sheriff's office known for its efforts against illegal immigrants that it has refused to cooperate with a civil rights investigation, is not in compliance with federal law and the department is threatening to sue.Read More »
Leading Republicans are joining a push to reconsider the constitutional amendment that grants automatic citizenship to people born in the United States.Read More »
Republican Sen. Jon Kyl of Arizona says a recent court ruling blocking most of the controversial sections of Arizona's new immigration law was wrong and that possible tweaks to the law by state legislators likely won't be enough to ease the court's concerns.Read More »