Swing State Project
A state-by-state look at lieutenant gubernatorial elections in 2014
One of the often overlooked offices in America, state lieutenant governors have powers that vary from state to state with some presiding over the state Senate and others simply collecting a paycheck.
Candidates argue economy, immigration in gubernatorial debate
Ken Bennett, Christine Jones and Scott Smith debate with three other GOP contenders for governor Monday night.
First fallout approaches for state's refusal to comply with Real ID Act
The Department of Homeland Security's schedule for phasing in enforcement of the Real ID law, when driver's licenses from Real ID-compliant states - Arizona does not comply - would be needed to access these areas: By Aubree Abril Cronkite News Service WASHINGTON - Arizona lawmakers told the federal government in 2008 that the state would not ... (more)
Phoenix debates use of 'squaw' in street names
Every time Eddie Brown hikes his beloved Piestewa Peak, he passes by a street sign that still evokes troubling memories of the degrading way people spoke to his mother.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
AM Alert: UC regents discuss budget 'shortfall'
Janet Napolitano speaks at a University of California Board of Regents meeting in San Francisco on July 18, 2013, after being selected president of the UC system.
Los Angeles Times
Court blocks Arizona's denial of driver's licenses for immigrants
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer announces that she will retire when her current term ends in January 2015.
UC president says food and nutrition will become a priority for study
The University of California will make food and nutrition a focus of education and research statewide, the system's new president said Tuesday.