by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Jul 11, 2016
"The problem is with the staff that don’t want to comply with our recommendation that started on day one, which is to become vaccinated or provide proof of immunity."
by Bryce Covert Jun 27, 2016
"They're trying to quash the independence of cities."
by Jillian Murphy - Guest Contributor May 27, 2016
On average, 2,000 Arizonans visit the emergency room because of heat-related illnesses every year. Unfortunately, things are likely to get worse.
by Alice Ollstein Apr 27, 2016
Other lawsuits against the state will continue.
by Alice Ollstein Apr 14, 2016
The new lawsuit from the Democratic Party aims to remedy the problem before November, when the key swing state could help determine the fate of both the White House and the Senate.
by Aaron Rupar Apr 8, 2016
“I would hope this is coincidence, but past experience leads me to believe otherwise.”
by Kira Lerner Apr 5, 2016
Some Maricopa County voters had to wait five hours to cast their ballots.
by Ian Millhiser Apr 4, 2016
Just one day after the FDA acted to make medication abortions safer for women, Arizona's governor signed a law trying to force doctors to use the outdated method previously endorsed by the FDA.
by Carimah Townes Apr 2, 2016
"Locked down for up to 24 hours a day, they deteriorate, refusing medication and treatment, living in squalor, and growing more symptomatic by the day."
by Alice Ollstein Mar 25, 2016
"There are a lot of unanswered questions, and election officials owe Maricopa County an explanation."