WASHINGTON - Arizona lawmakers helped the state live up to its maverick reputation Thursday, with two of the state's nine House members bucking their respective parties in the choice of a new speaker.
WASHINGTON - Arizona college graduates in the class of 2014 had the fifth-lowest student debt in the nation, finishing their schooling at four-year, non-profit schools with an average bill of $22,609, according to a new report.
WASHINGTON - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposed a recovery plan Tuesday for the endangered Gila chub that seeks to reduce threats from nonnative species and protect the fish's degraded habitat in Arizona and New Mexico.
WASHINGTON - With more than a year until the election, congressional candidates in Arizona have already spent $5.5 million on their campaigns - for everything from consultants to coffee mugs, according to the latest Federal Election Commission filings.
WASHINGTON - Maybe he should stick to baseball. Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake does pretty well in the annual congressional baseball game for charity, but for a second year he was bounced in the early rounds of a charity "Politicians vs. the Press" spelling bee Wednesday night.
WASHINGTON - The two front-runners for Arizona's 2016 Senate race have raised nearly $6 million between them, new reports show, kicking off what experts say could be a year of heavy spending on elections in the state.
WASHINGTON - If most Americans see Congress as a joke, who better to lead it than a comedian?
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