Stories tagged: "politics"


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Phoenix Is Now The Largest City In America With A Female Mayor, Majority-Female City Council

On Monday, Mayor Kate Gallego and four female Phoenix council members were sworn into office at Steele Indian School Park.

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Filibuster FAQs: What Is This Senate Procedure and Why Does It Matter for You?

While it’s easy to tune out all the political noise, the future of this Senate procedure does directly affect you and your family.

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Cómo ver el último debate presidencial esta noche

El presidente, Donald Trump, y el candidato demócrata, Joe Biden, abordarán diversos temas durante hora y media.

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‘Far-Right Extremist Group’ Hosts Sheriff Candidate at Fundraiser for Kenosha Shooter

The former law enforcement officer was invited to speak before the shooting occurred but did not want to go back on his word by canceling his appearance.

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JUST IN: Cindy McCain Slated to Speak Tonight at DNC

McCain is going to bat for Joe Biden, lending her voice to a video focused on Biden’s close friendship with her late husband, Sen. John McCain.

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McSally Has Voted Over And Over With McConnell — But Now She Won’t Say If She Supports Him

Sen. Martha McSally often toes the party line, but hasn't yet said which Republican she'll support to lead the Senate should her party maintain a majority.

Brenda Barton, a candidate running for the Legislative District 6, has incorrectly stated on her website that she is endorsed by the Arizona Nurses Association.
GOP Candidates Are Losing the Support of Healthcare Workers

Republican opposition to the recommendations of medical experts during the coronavirus pandemic is costing them the support of healthcare workers.