By Jessica Myers | Friday, Jan. 24, 2020
WASHINGTON - Clean-water rules unveiled Thursday by the Environmental Protection Agency could remove the vast majority of Arizona's waterways from federal oversight, a change environmentalists call bad news in a region where water is "super precious."
By Kailey Broussard | Thursday, Nov. 7, 2019
WASHINGTON - Rising rates of preterm births in 30 states - Arizona included - are a sign that health care providers are "failing our many mothers and babies," say advocates, as the release a report showing premature births hit 9.5% in Arizona and 10% nationally last year.
By Wissam Melhem | Thursday, Oct. 31, 2019
WASHINGTON - Arizona lawmakers split on party lines Thursday as the House passed a resolution that lays out the framework for the next public phase of the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.
By Megan Boyanton | Thursday, Oct. 17, 2019
WASHINGTON - With chants like "Pelosi's got to go" and "Four more years," hundreds of protesters marched to the West Lawn of the Capitol to voice their support for President Donald Trump - and disdain for Congress.investigating his possible impeachment.
By Kailey Broussard | Friday, Oct. 11, 2019
WASHINGTON - Two weeks after a federal court halted some detainer requests from Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Arizona law enforcement agencies say they are still doing business with the agency as usual.
By Wissam Melhem | Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2019
WASHINGTON - Arizona lawmakers agreed Wednesday that President Donald Trump must turn over documents in the latest probe of his administration, even as they disagreed on what those documents mean and how the investigation should proceed.
By James Carr and Wissam Melhem | Friday, Sept. 20, 2019
PHOENIX – With the U.N. climate summit Monday, thousands of people around the world took part in a global climate strike. And students played a major role.
By Kailey Broussard | Friday, Sept. 13, 2019
WASHINGTON - Farming, real estate and manufacturing representatives applauded as EPA and Army officials moved to end an Obama-era rule that expanded waters subject to regulation - a move environmental groups warned would mean virtually no protection for the nation's waterways - especially in the West.
By Anna Huntsman and Jake Steinberg | Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019
ELFIN FOREST, Calif. – Some places burn and flood repeatedly. We’re building homes there anyway.
By Megan Boyanton | Monday, June 17, 2019
As more Venezuelans fleeing the economic and political crisis in their homeland arrive daily in Peru, the Peruvian government readily acknowledges it can’t keep up with the applications for temporary or permanent residency.
By Kailey Broussard | Monday, May 13, 2019
The Peruvian labor market is being transformed by an influx of more than 700,000 Venezuelans, a number that could double by year’s end.
By Mia Armstrong | Thursday, May 2, 2019
As Peru works to take in more than 700,000 migrants from Venezuela, social media stokes unwarranted fears of crime and violence.