WASHINGTON - They traveled 2,000 miles so they could march 13 blocks down Constitution Avenue here, but students in the Pride of Nogales - the Nogales High School’s marching band, color guard and dance team – said it was worth it.
WASHINGTON - On Memorial Day, some Americans will head to local cemeteries to decorate the graves of fallen soldiers - in some cases, the graves of those who fought for the other side.
WASHINGTON - Department of Veterans' Affairs officials apologized this week for comments by Secretary Robert McDonald that compared VA health care wait times with wait times at Disneyland - but they didn't back down from the statement.
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. - A Scottsdale seventh-grader survived the preliminary rounds of the Scripps National Spelling Bee on Wednesday to advance to Thursday's national final round, one of just 45 students to do so.
WASHINGTON - President Harry Truman reportedly said that, "If you want a friend in Washington, get a dog." So Rep. David Schweikert, R-Fountain Hills, and his staff have at least two friends on most days in Washington.
PHOENIX - Loretta O’Malley has been voting since she was 21-years-old. Even in Okinawa, Japan in the 1950s, she cast her ballot while serving in the U.S. military.
WASHINGTON - Infant child care in Arizona costs an average of $9,437 a year, rivaling in-state college tuition and putting care out of reach for many families, according to a recent Economic Policy Institute report.
Arizona’s new law that criminalizes the collection of voters’ early ballots by volunteers could impact the ability of the elderly and Latinos to cast their votes, according to local voter outreach groups.
WASHINGTON - Jose Robles is the picture of health. And because of that, he has to remain sick, even though new drugs would likely cure him of the disease he's had since birth.
WASHINGTON - They come across the Arizona border in search of a better life, hundreds of them every year, leaving behind a native country where they no longer feel safe. India.