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Bill Clinton fires up crowd for Hillary at Phoenix Central High School

Former President Bill Clinton spoke to a Phoenix crowd on Sunday, advocating for his wife, Hillary Clinton, just two days ahead of the Arizona presidential preference election. The campaign event was held at Central High School, the same venue that President Obama spoke at earlier this year.

Donate Life Day at the capitol celebrates donor families and recipients

Donor families and transplant recipients celebrated life on Wednesday at the Donate Life day at the state capitol.

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Major League Baseball officials make a pitch for diversity

PHOENIX – After introducing the Diversity and Inclusion panel Tuesday at MLB’s Diversity Business Summit, even moderator Harold Reynolds had to take a moment to remark on the impressive collection of baseball lifers.

Presidential campaigns have drawn almost $4 million from Arizona donors

WASHINGTON - If Arizona campaign donations were ballots, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, would have the state's primary sewed up.

Not your father’s conservatism: Young Arizonans chart path at CPAC

FORT WASHINGTON, Md. - Meredith Walker is at the Conservative Political Action Conference here, standing across from a booth with posters proclaiming "Big Government Sucks!" and chatting with a group of girls in bright pink Republican elephant skirts and bows.

Border state senators call for long-stalled vote on ambassador to Mexico

WASHINGTON - A bipartisan group of senators Thursday called on their colleagues to stop blocking Roberta Jacobson's nomination as the next U.S. ambassador to Mexico, saying "we need our top diplomat in Mexico."

Arizonans join thousands rallying at Supreme Court for abortion case

WASHINGTON - Arizonans were among the thousands of pro-life and pro-choice supporters who rallied outside the Supreme Court on Wednesday, as it took up one of the most-divisive issues for the court and the country.

Lack of interpreter gets man new sentencing in drug conviction

WASHINGTON - A divided federal appeals court Tuesday ordered a new sentencing hearing in a drug case in which the presiding judge dismissed a Spanish-language interpreter after the defendant said he wanted to proceed in English.