The U.S. Debt Limit, Homeland Security, Firefighter Funds, Mass-Transit Security, the GOP Libya Plan and the War Powers Act. See how Arizona's Congressional delegation voted on the issues this week.Read More »
A federal judge has ruled that the suspect in the Arizona shooting rampage that wounded U.S. Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords is mentally incompetent to stand trial, putting the criminal case on hold indefinitely.Read More »
The suspect in the Arizona shooting rampage that wounded U.S. Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords has been removed from a court hearing after am outburst during the proceedings.Read More »
The suspect in the Tucson shooting rampage that wounded U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords appears in court Wednesday for a hearing to determine whether he is mentally competent to stand trial and assist in his defense.Read More »
Tim Bee is stepping down as director of Gov. Jan Brewer’s Southern Arizona Office, and the governor named longtime Jon Kyl staffer Britann O’Brien as his replacement.Read More »
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords is recuperating from surgery to repair her skull — another milestone in her recovery from an assassination attempt — while doctors focus on the upcoming stages of her rehabilitation.Read More »
When doctors finish placing a plastic implant under Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' scalp on Wednesday it will mark a key milestone in her recovery, one that will significantly improve her quality of life and help her feel normal again, experts said.Read More »
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' recovery isn't slowing down while her astronaut husband speeds around the Earth.
Giffords will undergo surgery Wednesday so doctors can replace a piece of her skull with a plastic implant, another encouraging step since the Arizona congresswoman was shot in the head more than four months ago.
The January shooting in Tucson, which occurred just two days before the 2011 legislative session began, inspired soul searching among rattled and emotional lawmakers, who pledged a new era of civility across the partisan divide. Others vowed drastic changes to Arizona’s laws on guns and mental health in response to a mass shooting carried out by a man with documented-but-untreated mental health problems.
But while some lawmakers say the lessons of Jan. 8 stayed with them through sine die, most have seen few changes.
An NBC affiliate in Tucson says it won't air an upcoming episode of "Law & Order: LA" in prime time because the show closely mirrors the January shooting rampage in the city.Read More »