The body that licenses doctors in Arizona this week decided to start re-issuing medical licenses. It had stopped last month because of a dispute over a new state law requiring criminal background checks for applicants.
Most major intersections have political campaign signs on their corners. But since some have been up for more than six months—first for the primary election and now for the general—you’d be forgiven for not noticing them anymore and having them fade into the horizon.
A federal judge wants to hear from the two sides arguing over Arizona’s ban on same-sex marriage. He’s given them a week to submit papers discussing how a higher court’s move affects the Arizona case. It’s unclear how Arizona's attorney general will act -- and how his limited political lifespan will affect that case.
Marty Stuart’s new, double album, "Saturday Night and Sunday Morning," is made up of two distinct parts. The first half is the rockin’ country he’s best known for and the other half is gospel. Stuart is currently on tour and will be playing in Tucson on Tuesday night.
Bryan Stevenson, a lawyer and founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, which provides legal defense for the poor, the mentally challenged, children and the wrongly condemned has a new book called, "Just Mercy."