The attorney for porn star Stormy Daniels, who is suing both President Donald Trump, and Trump’s former personal attorney, has charged into the legal fight over the separation of undocumented immigrant families.
A historic number of voters are expected for the July 1 presidential elections in Mexico. And there’s something unusual already: the number of foreign votes and foreign observers monitoring the elections.
The National Association of Latino Elected Officials began its annual conference in Phoenix on Thursday morning. The bipartisan policy makers received word late Wednesday afternoon that two of their scheduled speakers would not be attending this year’s conference.
Congress is considering legislation that could lead to a study on the viability of using only one pilot on cargo airplane flights. One group is particularly unhappy and wondering whether it could lead to a slippery slope of either unpiloted cargo aircraft or passenger flights that have just one pilot.
The summer heat is upon us and for tourism officials, that means it’s time for the annual challenge of trying to convince people to come to Arizona and the Valley when temperatures are kind of unfriendly.
Two GOP-backed bills will hit the floor Thursday for votes. Washington Post’s senior political reporter Aaron Blake joined The Show to talk about what’s in the bills, how they are different and what’s behind the turmoil.
One south Phoenix resident and business owner who has been involved in the discussions about the development of the Valley Metro south Phoenix light rail extension for some time. Jordan Jacques is from south Phoenix and is also a board member of nonprofit business accelerator Hustle Phoenix.
President Donald Trump’s executive order, signed Wednesday, had one main goal: to keep families who cross the border illegally together rather than separating children from their parents. But many immigrant rights groups are not singing the praises of this order.
Friday is the deadline for the House of Representatives to reconsider the 2018 Farm Bill, which unexpectedly failed to pass in the House on May 18 by a 213-to-198 vote. The bill has been highly contested by a bloc of House Republicans demanding a conservative immigration bill passes before the Farm Bill is passed.
With President Donald Trump’s executive order Wednesday, the administration has changed course — at least a bit — on how it deals with undocumented immigrants seeking asylum in the United States. Deterrence is still an important component of what the administration is trying to accomplish. But does it work?
The deadline is rapidly approaching to gather enough valid signatures to put the Invest in Ed tax increase measure on the Arizona ballot in November. Noah Karvelis, one of the leaders of Arizona Educators United, joined The Show to talk about how things are going.
In the wake of this crisis, reports showed how the federal government contracted private companies and Non-Government Organizations to operate shelters and house the children. Yahoo News reported ten different contracts had been signed, totaling approximately $92 million.