The six Republican gubernatorial candidates argued about illegal immigration, the K-12 education standards known as Common Core and economic development in a televised debate Monday.Read More »
Overwhelmed by a surge in illegal immigration, especially by unaccompanied children, the U.S. government has launched a $1 million international media campaign warning families in Central America that it's best to stay at home.Read More »
The way Gov. Jan Brewer sees it, the media should be doing more to press the Obama administration for answers about the flood of immigrants coming across the border.Read More »
Civil rights groups challenging Arizona's 2010 immigration law are asking a judge to force the law's chief sponsor to turn over all his emails and documents about the contentious statute.Read More »
Christine Jones said she’ll deploy 1,200 Arizona National Guard troops to the Mexican border and build fencing along key smuggling routes if elected governor.Read More »
Dear Governor Brewer: I am writing on behalf of the concerned citizens who live in Arizona’s Legislative District 5. Over the weekend, I received countless communications regarding the transport of illegal aliens from federal facilities in Texas into our state. ...Read More »
After receiving no response from President Obama, Gov. Jan Brewer is turning to congressional leaders to stop federal officials’ recent transport of illegal immigrants from Texas to Arizona.Read More »
MEXICO CITY — Mention Arizona and many Mexicans grimace. It's still widely viewed here as the most anti-Mexico state in the U.S., even if the tough anti-migrant law behind that perception has been largely voided. But Arizona's leaders are logging lots of miles to put a new face on their home state.Read More »
After three years of jockeying over how to spend the hundreds of thousands of dollars raised to construct a fence along Arizona’s border with Mexico, a state lawmaker is proposing to use those funds — and another $30 million — on a virtual fence to patrol the border.Read More »
Pinal County Attorney Lando Voyles wants to add human smugglers who kill to the categories that qualify someone for death row.
He also wants to add people who the state can prove will likely kill again.