Arizona Elections

The U.S. House of Representatives is holding open hearings in its impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. Watch a video of the Wednesday hearings.
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As the U.S. Supreme Court deliberates whether the White House has the authority to cancel the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, Governor Ducey sees the issue as Congress' responsibility.
Nov. 13, 2019
Former Bolivian President Evo Morales, who resigned over the weekend amid pressure from the military and civilian protestors, arrived in Mexico on Tuesday morning, thanking the Mexican government for saving his life and vowing to return to Bolivia.
Nov. 13, 2019
New Mexico’s Attorney General Hector Balderas wants a state law mandating specific training for law enforcement officers, a decision that arrived following two separate incidents involving special needs students.
Nov. 12, 2019
Mary Jo Pitzl has seen personally how gaps in accountability and government resources have deeply impacted the state child welfare system. With the help of her colleague videographer David Wallace, Pitzl has spent the last year and a half working on a documentary they’re calling “They Have Names.”
Nov. 12, 2019
A two-year investigation by the Associated Press found almost 1,700 dams pose a risk nationwide. Of the 1,680 dams in question, 16 of them are in Arizona. To learn more about the investigation into Arizona dams, The Show reached out to Felicia Fonseca, the Associated Press’s northern Arizona reporter.
Nov. 12, 2019
Arizona's Republican congressional members stay committed to Trump as impeachment investigation prepares to go public this week. Over the weekend, Cindy McCain wondered, on CNN's "The Axe Files," if the Republicans' will to speak freely died along with her husband, the late Senator John McCain.
Nov. 12, 2019
APM Reports: Soldiers For Peace
During the Vietnam War, roughly one in five GIs actively opposed the conflict. Many servicemen and women came to believe they were not liberating the country from communism but acting as agents of tyranny. In the combat zone, they rebelled against their commanders' orders. At home, they staged massive protests.
Nov. 11, 2019
For many, civil discussion and a knowledge of civics and American history are a combination required to move the nation forward and preserve its traditional institutions. That involves bringing sides with disparate views together, even as they disagree.
Nov. 11, 2019
The number of international students enrolling in U.S. universities has been on the decline over the past year. For Arizona’s public universities, there has a been a significant drop over the last several years.
Nov. 11, 2019
All eyes will be on Washington, DC this week as the U.S. House begins public hearings in their impeachment inquiry intro President Donald Trump.
Nov. 11, 2019
Statistics and figures don’t necessarily grab the public’s attention. They also don’t go viral in the same way that relatable stories often do. Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller digs into that topic and its importance in his new book "Narrative Economics: How Stories Go Viral and Drive Major Economic Events."
Nov. 8, 2019
Phoenix-based Grand Canyon University was handed a surprise this week when the U.S. Department of Education decided not to recognize the formerly for-profit GCU as nonprofit. Expectations were that, with the Trump administration’s focus on deregulation, GCU wouldn’t have any difficulty getting the status change approved.
Nov. 8, 2019
Closing a loophole in Arizona law that prevents state investigators from disciplining non-certified teachers and school employees would exacerbate the overwhelming caseloads tracked by only a handful of investigators.
Nov. 8, 2019
Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen is appealing a four-month, unpaid suspension, but the governing body that put Petersen on ice has to figure out what the review process will be first.
Nov. 8, 2019
Two Republican state lawmakers and Attorney General Mark Brnovich are crafting legislation to protect Arizonans with preexisting medical conditions from losing their health insurance if the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down the Affordable Care Act.
Nov. 8, 2019
The city of Phoenix will no longer have offices in Mexico, Arizona’s main trading partner. On Wednesday, the City Council voted to shut down the two business liaison offices in Hermosillo, Sonora, and Mexico City.
Nov. 7, 2019
KJZZ listener Enrique reached out to us through our Q&AZ program to ask if Arizona will receive more Electoral College votes after the 2020 census and what impact that will have on our status as a potential swing state.
Nov. 7, 2019
Climate change has become a national security issue. The Pentagon acknowledges that flooding, drought and extreme storms can disrupt U.S. military capabilities and threaten military facilities worldwide.
Nov. 7, 2019
This week, Tucson voters elected Democrat Regina Romero to serve as the city’s next mayor. Her victory over her Independent and Green Party challengers was widely predicted, but Romero’s tenure will now mark several firsts for the second largest city in Arizona. She is the first woman to hold the job, and the first Latina to claim the seat.
Nov. 7, 2019
As the formal impeachment process against President Donald Trump heats up, two members of Arizona’s congressional delegation now find themselves in the crosshairs, too — sort of.
Nov. 7, 2019

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