Law and Order

Domestic Dispute Ends in Shootout: Officer and Suspect Both Killed

The injured officers were taken to a nearby hospital and are reported to be in stable condition.

Mesa Judge Offers Reprieve On Evictions As State Falters on Coronavirus Response

The decision comes as a growing number of Americans find themselves struggling financially as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.

Investigators Find Valley Resident in Possession of Terrorist Plans and Nazi Uniform

The Queen Creek resident who had a Hitler-era Nazi uniform is being investigated for plotting to commit hate crimes against local journalists.

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DOJ Opens Office Dedicated to Stripping Immigrants of Citizenship

A Justice Department official said the new section would prioritize naturalized Americans who have committed serious violations of law, but critics worry denaturalization could be used broadly.

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Feds Want Meth Dealers To Love Phoenix A Little Less

'Operation Crystal Shield' was announced to combat meth trafficking in Arizona, just days before police pulled off a $12 million drug bust.

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Roger Stone Sentenced to Three Years in Prison

“He was not prosecuted, as some have complained, for standing up for the president," said Judge Amy Berman Jackson. "He was prosecuted for covering up for the president.”