The Vietnam War ended decades years ago. Veterans from that conflict are now in their 50s and 60s, and are starting to retire. New research shows that hundreds of thousands of Vietnam vets are still suffering from the traumatic after effects of war.
The Marijuana Policy Project announced what it called a significant milestone in its effort to legalize pot in the state Wednesday. It needs to gather the signatures by July 7, 2016, to qualify the initiative.
The partial shutdown of two coal-fired power plants on the Navajo Nation would have been enough for the tribe to meet the federal government's limits for carbon dioxide emissions as originally proposed.
Sen. Jeff Flake has purposely spent time on deserted islands, so being the sole Senate Republican weighing whether to back President Barack Obama on the international nuclear deal with Iran is hardly a new experience.
Arizona Department of Transportation officials said Wednesday the state has been given extra time by the federal government to develop a driver's license that complies with new federal security rules mandated by the 2005 REAL ID Act.
For the third straight year, Arizona was ranked best state in the nation for gun owners by Guns and Ammo magazine, which praised the state’s self-defense and carry laws, its shooting sports and strong gun culture.