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Sen. Jon Kyl is seeking to become the Senate minority whip, the No. 2 leadership position among Senate Republicans.
House and Senate Democrats chose leaders Thursday who are likely to continue to push the same priorities as before -- but perhaps with a bit more success because of increased numbers.
Complaining of slow action, House Minority Leader John Loredo on Tuesday requested legislative legal staff to begin an investigation of state Corporation Commissioner Jim Irvin.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — As the nation's military academies try to recruit more minorities, they aren't getting much help from members of Congress from big-city districts with large numbers of blacks, Hispanics and Asians.
The top Democrat in Arizona's House of Representatives plans to outline details of a school and community safety plan he expects to introduce in the Legislature.
WASHINGTON - House Republican leaders scuttled a vote Thursday on a $51 billion budget-cut package in the face of a revolt by moderate lawmakers over cuts to Medicaid, food stamp and student loan programs.
If U.S. House Republicans have learned any lessons from the Nov. 7 elections, they will name Rep. John Shadegg of Arizona today as their second-in-command for the next two-year session.
A measure on the November ballot could keep minor party candidates from ever becoming governor.
Day One of Series
State Senate Minority Leader David Schapira is running for the U.S. House seat from Arizona's 9th Congressional District.
Legislative leaders said Thursday they have agreed on a tentative $10.6 billion state budget, but are remaining quiet about many of the details.
The leader of the state Republican Party is blasting the decision by Gov. Janet Napolitano to name her press aide as the new state utility regulator.
BAGHDAD - Vice President Dick Cheney and Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki acknowledged problems in the pace of reducing violence in Iraq on Wednesday, but both pledged their governments would continue working together toward a solution.
May 18, 2005
Gov. Jan Brewer and legislative leaders were working late Tuesday to put a plan back together to adopt a new budget before the fiscal year ended at midnight.
CAIRO, Egypt - Reaching out to the Sunni Arab community, Iraqi leaders called for a timetable for the withdrawal of U.S.-led forces and said Iraq's opposition had a "legitimate right" of resistance.
BAGHDAD, Iraq - Sunni groups complained Saturday that one of their top religious leaders was detained by American troops in Tikrit for several hours, while the U.S. military said three soldiers from the same division were killed in separate incidents.
PHOENIX - Republican legislative leaders released a proposed state budget Thursday that would reduce income and property taxes over two years and provide new spending for education, border security and highway construction.
Elias Bermudez, a force among Arizona’s thousands of Spanish-speakers, quickly is gaining notice from the rest of the population.
Elias Bermudez, a force among Arizona’s thousands of Spanish-speakers, quickly is gaining notice from the rest of the population. Being at the center of a series of massive protest marches will do that to a person.
Eleanor Eisenberg came to Phoenix for what was supposed to be a short interim stint as the head of the Arizona chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union.
Arizona Economist Elliott Pollack gave Pinal leaders a hard line view of what to expect from the local, state and national economies in 2008, warning that government leaders should take advantage in the economic slowdown to build up infrastructure before disaster strikes.
Republican legislative leaders are offering a package of budget "reforms'' in hopes of buying the votes from their members to send the question of a sales tax hike to voters.
WASHINGTON - Facing the prospect of a nuclear-armed North Korea, President Bush on Monday called the communist regime's claim of a nuclear test a provocative act and warned Pyongyang against exporting nuclear materials.
BAGHDAD, Iraq - Iraq's Kurdish president backed his Shiite allies Wednesday by openly supporting a militia that Sunni Arab leaders have accused of killing members of their minority.