Jesus Berrones, 30, was first brought to the U.S. without immigration documents in 1989, when he was 1. Since then, he’s worked to establish a life here, he married a U.S. citizen, and together they are raising a family of five children in Arizona.
During a speech awash in horrific oversimplifications in service of depicting America as the One Great Country, Donald Trump offered a particularly grim anecdote about the human cost of the opioid epidemic during Tuesday night’s State of the Union.
It’s not every day a woman runs for Senate—and definitely not in Arizona. Eve Reyes-Aguirre won’t let that deter her, though. The 42 year old is trying to become first woman senator in the state and the first indigenous woman senator, at that.
Joe Arpaio, the former sheriff of Maricopa County, AZ who once bragged about running a “concentration camp” for undocumented immigrants and announced this week he’ll run to replace Jeff Flake in the Senate, is now resurfacing false and racist claims about the veracity of Barack Obama’s birth certificate.
Former Maricopa County, AZ Sheriff Joe Arpaio announced on Tuesday that he plans to run for Republican Senator Jeff Flake’s soon-to-be-vacant seat.
A Phoenix man who is facing charges of killing his estranged wife and two children on Monday shared a Facebook video of himself singing Christmas songs with his son just hours before the horrific slayings.
Arizona Republican Senator Jeff Flake recently has been masquerading as a Republican with a heart, someone willing to stand up to Donald Trump and others in the GOP whose lack of principles is tearing the country apart.
Jurors in Maricopa County, AZ, found former police officer Philip “Mitch” Brailsford not guilty on Thursday for the shooting death of unarmed 26-year-old Daniel Shaver in a hotel hallway last year, despite horrific video footage of the killing.
Who could forget the adorable story of the young black man in Arizona who mistakenly got a text and showed up to “grandma’s” house last year?
On Tuesday, Senator Jeff Flake of Arizona announced he will be retiring from Congress in 2019. To that I say: Bye, bitch!!!
Arizona’s Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that same-sex couples are entitled to equal parental rights as opposite-sex marriages. The court’s decision stems from a case, McLaughlin vs. McLaughlin, in which the spouse of woman who had given birth to the couple’s child sued for parental rights after they were divorced.
El ex sheriff del condado de Maricopa en Arizona Joe Arpaio, recién perdonado por el presidente Trump, te pide un favor: Ignora su historia de vigilancia racista, sus declaraciones racistas sobre el lugar de nacimiento del ex presidente Barack Obama y el mal trato de las personas bajo su custodia. Dejen de decir que…
Donald Trump pardoned the country’s most openly racist sheriff on Friday, endorsing racial discrimination in law enforcement. “We finally got rid of Sheriff Arpaio, but we got a national Sheriff Arpaio,” says Carlos Garcia, executive director of Puente Arizona, an organization dedicated to migrant justice. Splinter’s…
Un juez federal de Arizona decidió el martes que la ley estatal que prohíbe el programa de estudios mexicano-estadounidense en el distrito escolar de Tucson es inconstitucional y racista.
PHOENIX—A steady stream of President Donald Trump supporters trickled down East Monroe Street here for hours. They walked in a single file line while hundreds of protesters across the street chanted “shame, shame, shame!”
A federal judge in Arizona ruled on Tuesday night that a state law which shut down the Tucson Unified School District’s Mexican American studies program was unconstitutional and racist.
Moments after declaring his “movement is a movement built on love,” President Trump delivered a predictably divisive speech full of “us” versus “them” rhetoric at a rally in Phoenix, AZ, on Tuesday night.
If a photograph of an Asian American family featured on the Arizona GOP’s website seems familiar, it’s probably because they’re all fictional characters on a 1994 sitcom starring Margaret Cho.