Worries about gun violence and what to do about it are weighing heavily on Republicans in Arizona and across the country in the wake of another string of mass shootings.
President Donald Trump sought to reassure his supporters about the state of the U.S. economy despite the stock market volatility and told rallygoers in New Hampshire, a state that he hopes to capture in 2020, that their financial security depends on his reelection.
President Donald Trump body-shamed his own supporter during a New Hampshire rally on Thursday, telling him to “go home, start exercising.”
President Donald Trump on Thursday sought to reassure his supporters about the state of the U.S. economy despite the stock market volatility and told rallygoers in New Hampshire, a state that he hopes to capture in 2020, that their financial security depends on his reelection.
Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper on Thursday ended his longshot bid for the Democratic presidential nomination and said he may instead challenge one of the most vulnerable Senate Republicans in 2020.
A top Trump administration official says the famous inscription on the Statue of Liberty, welcoming “huddled masses” of immigrants to American shores, was referring to “people coming from Europe” and that the nation is looking to receive migrants “who can stand on their own two feet.”
There has been a lot of talk about mass shootings, gun control, mental health and what can be done to stop these terrible scenes. Sen. McSally has sponsored a bill that would make domestic terrorism its own federal crime. She stopped by the FOX 10 studios to talk about the bill, red flag laws and the 2020 senate race against Mark Kelly.
Fox 10's Matt Rodewald felt it was time to have a conversation on how to fix mass shootings from people who can. He asked for candidates to come down to the studio and come up with some ideas.
FOX 10's Matt Rodewald talks to Michael Muscato, a Democrat from Peoria running for Congress in Arizona's 8th District and Chris Taylor, a Republican from Safford seeking the nomination in District 1 about mass shootings, gun background checks and mental health reform. (Note: for identification, Taylor is on the left side of the screen, Muscato on the right)
Curt Schilling helped lead the Diamondbacks to a World Series championship back in 2001 and now the pitcher may be hoping to lead Arizona again -- this time in Congress.
The father of an Arizona man allegedly killed by an immigrant living in the country illegally is launching a longshot bid to unseat Democratic Congressman Raul Grijalva.
Former Vice President Joe Biden, the 2020 Democratic primary frontrunner, made another gaffe Thursday when he told a crowd in Iowa that “poor kids are just as bright and talented as white kids.”
President Donald Trump linked the suspected gunman in the Dayton mass shooting to liberal candidates and organizations Wednesday, even as he pushed back against critics who tied the El Paso attack to his own comments on immigration.
Aiming to play the traditional role of healer during national tragedy, President Donald Trump paid visits Wednesday to cities reeling from mass shootings that left 31 dead and dozens more wounded.
Presidential hopeful and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders appeared on Joe Rogan’s podcast, “The Joe Rogan Experience,” Tuesday to discuss a myriad of topics, including the Democratic debates, his platform for president and a topic that Rogan often brings up with his guests — aliens.
Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke cancelled a visit to California's San Quentin State Prison and abruptly flew to his native El Paso, on Texas' border with Mexico, in the wake of a mass shooting there.
Police say a man was arrested on assault charges at Sen. Elizabeth Warren's town hall at the Marquee Theater.
Democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren called Thursday for big changes in U.S. immigration policy before some 3,000 supporters in her first visit of the 2020 presidential campaign to the traditionally Republican border state of Arizona.
Last month's presidential debate offered voters an introduction to the Democratic field. Round two in Detroit promises to be more like an episode of the TV reality show "Survivor."
WASHINGTON (AP) — A Senate report on Russian interference in U.S. elections highlights one of the biggest challenges to preventing foreign intrusions in American democracy: the limited powers and ability of the federal government to protect elections run by state and local officials. That has given fuel to those who argue for a larger federal role.