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In a Jan. 3 guest commentary ("Pew research on Hispanic leaders is wrongheaded"), José de la Isla criticized a recent report about national Latino leaders from the Pew Hispanic Center, a project of the Pew Research Center. While we welcome a robust discussion of our findings, we would like to correct errors of fact and omission in the commentary.
Jose de la Isla, guest commentary
The holiest day of the Christian calendar is also one of the busiest for church leaders who have been preparing for months to welcome members and visitors on Easter morning.
Animator Chuck Jones once said that “it is easier and more believable to humanize animals than it is to humanize humans.”
A proposed shopping center unveiled during a meeting Tuesday is expected to open in about 18 months.
A proposed mixed-use development could bring a hotel and convention center, restaurants and high-end shops to east Mesa.
With an estimated 10,000 Catholics enrolled at Arizona State University, it’s long been a question of how many of them could squeeze into the popular 7 p.m. Sunday Mass at All Saints Catholic Newman Center. The answer is only about 400 — and that’s with spillover into a lounge and people standing up.
Housing and commercial use at Barney Farm. An active living community near town center. And a mixed-use project in town center.
A new report Thursday says the United States is no longer the beacon for illegal immigration that it was when the economy here was expanding rapidly.
Developers for three proposed projects - an active adult community in Queen Creek's Town Center, a mixed-use project near that and a housing development on a corner of Barney Farm - are asking to withdraw their plans in the hopes of filing more detailed proposals in June.
Non-Hispanic whites will make up less than half the national population by 2050, according to a new study. And Arizona could reach that rate even sooner.
Up to 10.5 percent of the state work force in 2006 — more than 300,000 people — came here illegally, double the national average, according to a new study.
Developers of three proposed projects — an active adult community near town center and a mixed-use development next to that and a housing development on a corner of Barney Farm — want to submit more detailed plans for their projects before the Queen Creek town council votes on their proposals.
NEW YORK — Just over a quarter of American adults now read news on their cell phones, according to a new report from the Pew Research Center.
A Lowe’s attorney unveiled a revised site plan Monday night at a community meeting that he hoped would soothe the concerns of angry west Mesa residents.
WASHINGTON — Americans increasingly are convinced — incorrectly — that President Barack Obama is a Muslim, and a growing number are thoroughly confused about his religion.
A Town Council vote on a new neighborhood and employment area in northeast Queen Creek was delayed until April to give a developer and Queen Creek time to figure out how the development, a major street realignment and a planned park will fit together.
It comes as no surprise that two recent polls, one by the Pew Research Center and another by the WSJ/NBC, show that anger at the government, especially by tea partiers, has abated since the GOP shellacking of the Democrats in the 2010 midterm election.
SALT LAKE CITY — The perception of Mormons in the U.S. changed very little even though the religion received unprecedented attention this year with Republican Mitt Romney running for president.
Democrats could get a crucial leg-up from Latinos - if they can motivate them to vote.
WASHINGTON - Illegal immigrants are increasing despite tighter border security and now outnumber foreigners moving to the United States legally
Our View: Citing a simple quest for information as his motive, Sen. Russell Pearce, R-Mesa, crafted SB1172, a measure that would have required all students, or their families, to provide their schools with proof of citizenship.
A southwest Mesa neighborhood that fended off a proposed car dealership in their backyards nearly a decade ago was back in action Tuesday to stop a Lowe’s home improvement store.
Utah is one of the country's top 10 federal districts for the prosecution of immigration-related offenses, according to a new report.
NEW YORK — Historically, marriage was the surest route to financial security for women. Nowadays it's men who are increasingly getting the biggest economic boost from tying the knot, according to a new analysis of census data.