Hobbs’ administration touts collaborative effort between public and private sectors to spark climate, infrastructure legislation
Gov. Katie Hobbs' administration lauded federal dollars it says are creating "quality jobs" and boosting renewable energy projects at an event it hosted at Honeywell’s Advanced Air Lab in Phoenix today, where speakers discussed recent and upcoming clean energy commitments in Arizona.
Republicans want to pair border security with aid for Ukraine. Here’s why that makes a deal so tough
As Congress returns to session this week, lawmakers will be trying to forge an agreement on sending a new round of wartime assistance to Ukraine. But to succeed, they will have to find agreement on an issue that has confounded them for decades.
Illegal border crossings from Mexico fell 14% in October from a month earlier, U.S. authorities said Tuesday, ending a three-month streak of big increases.
The chairman of the Hopi tribe told a Senate panel this week that promises of federal funding remain just that – promises – for smaller tribes for whom the money is inaccessible because of bureaucratic and financial hurdles.
I spend roughly over $400 per month out of pocket on my prescription drugs, which are critical to my health. I am a retired school bus driver living with type 2 diabetes, and these medications cost almost half of my retirement pay. I am a Medicare recipient and while I am very happy with my health plan, allotting thousands of dollars every year to life-saving medications feels burdensome and frank[...]
A bipartisan task force headed by Gov. Katie Hobbs approved 16 policy and legislative recommendations Tuesday related to the controversial topic of elections policy.
There is an alarming disconnect between the Biden administration’s rhetoric on America’s minerals challenge and the policy needed to address it. The mismatch between soaring mineral demand and our unsustainable reliance on overseas suppliers—notably China—is a clear danger in need of urgent action.
The No Labels party on Thursday filed a lawsuit in Arizona seeking to block its ballot line from being used by Democrats who oppose the group's efforts to launch a third-party ticket for president next year.
We should all be able to agree that both Israeli and Palestinian civilians have an unalienable right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. After all, such a declaration is not solely for Americans. I certainly appreciate Andrew Thoesen’s emotions and statements (in his Guest Opinion piece, Oct. 18, 2023), but I feel compelled to point out where the skills he uses in his pursuit of advan[...]
The 500 lives lost at the Al-Ahli Baptist Hospital in Gaza are the latest victims of the Biden Administration and congressional policymakers’ cowardly delay in demanding a ceasefire and de-escalation of the violence against Palestinians.
After receiving death threats for openly opposing Venezuela's socialist government, Víctor Macedo and his wife fled, staying for a time in Spain before coming to the U.S. For nearly two years, they have lived in Florida with the support of family and friends as they tried to build a better life for their two children. They are among several hundred thousand Venezuelans living in the U.S. whose li[...]
A settlement filed Monday in a long-running lawsuit over the Trump administration's separation of parents and their children at the border bars the government from similar separations for eight years while also providing benefits like the ability for their parents to come to America and work, according to the Biden administration.