Senate passes GOP bill overturning student loan cancellation plan, Biden expected to veto
A Republican measure overturning President Joe Biden’s student loan cancellation plan has passed the Senate and now awaits an expected veto.
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema vows to never join Republicans: 'You don't go from one broken party to another'
'They've moved away from that center of working together and finding that common ground,' Sinema said of Democrats and Republicans.
Arizona Rep. Bravo chosen to fill Raquel Terán's Senate seat
An Arizona lawmaker has been appointed to replace a Democratic state senator who resigned.
Migrant surge seen along US-Mexico border ahead of Title 42 end
The U.S. is preparing for the end of Title 42, a policy linked to the coronavirus pandemic that allowed it to quickly expel many migrants.
Officials in Southern Arizona respond as President Biden sends troops to the U.S.-Mexico Border
Officials in Southern Arizona are reacting to news that President Joe Biden is sending 1,500 troops to the U.S.-Mexico Border to perform administrative tasks. While the troops will not work in a law enforcement capacity, some say the deployment of personnel will help with workloads, especially as pandemic-era restrictions on border crossings are set to end.
Arizona Rep. Ruben Gallego to challenge Kyrsten Sinema for Senate seat in 2024
Gallego, a 43-year-old military veteran first elected to Congress in 2014, had made no secret of his interest in challenging Sinema, a longtime rival in Arizona politics who has been a roadblock and irritant to Democrats during Joe Biden’s presidency.
Arizona Sens. Kyrsten Sinema, Mark Kelly tour Yuma border
Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema lead a group of U.S. senators to the southern border on Jan. 10. Tuesday's visit to Yuma follows the bi-partisan group's tour in El Paso, Texas, where resources are strained from a flood of migrants.
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema talks border issue weeks after going independent
Weeks after announcing her decision to leave the Democratic Party and become an independent lawmaker, Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema talked about border issues and her new political status, in a one-on-one interview with FOX 10's Troy Hayden.
Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema leaving Democratic Party, registers as independent
Sinema has modeled her political approach on the renegade style of the late Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona, and has frustrated Democratic colleagues at times with her overtures to Republicans and opposition to Democratic priorities.
What Kyrsten Sinema’s switch means for the Senate
Sinema says she won’t caucus with Senate Republicans, so Democrats will still hold the majority next year. And she is expected to continue casting most of her votes with Democrats while separating herself on certain issues.
What Warnock's victory means for Georgia, Senate Democrats
Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock’s win over Republican challenger Herschel Walker in Georgia means Democrats now add to their majority in the Senate, which “makes a big difference.” Here’s why.
Arizona Sen. Sinema defends bipartisanship at McConnell Center
"More and more it seems like Americans are being told that in order to be a member of either political party, you must adhere to a strict set list of policy viewpoints," Sinema said. "But I don’t think that’s how a majority of Arizonans or Kentuckians or everyday Americans think."
Russia sanctions 25 more Americans, including Arizona Sens. Kelly and Sinema
Russia imposed personal sanctions Monday on 25 Americans, including actors Sean Penn and Ben Stiller.
AP report: Kyrsten Sinema took Wall Street money while killing tax on investors
Senator Kyrsten Sinema forced a series of changes to her party’s $740 billion election-year spending package, eliminating a proposed “carried interest” tax increase on private equity earnings.
Sinema agrees to 'move forward' with social spending and tax bill after Dems make changes
"We have agreed to remove the carried interest tax provision, protect advanced manufacturing, and boost our clean energy economy in the Senate's budget reconciliation legislation," Sinema, D-Ariz., said. "Subject to the Parliamentarian's review, I'll move forward."
Kyler Murray signs contract extension, Arizona senators demand Brittney Griner's release: top sports stories
The Arizona Cardinals and quarterback Kyler Murray agreed to a long-term contract extension following a passive-aggressive offseason contract squabble, and Arizona's two United States senators are calling for the immediate release of Brittney Griner from a Russian jail – these are the top stories from the world of sports from July 18-24.
Arizona Sens. Mark Kelly, Kyrsten Sinema call for immediate release of Brittney Griner
Arizona's two United States senators are getting behind the effort to free Brittney Griner.
Sinema calls for boost in U.S. oil drilling amid Ukraine war
U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona called for increasing domestic oil drilling to make up for the loss of Russian imports that has contributed to high prices at the gas pump.
Biden administration to lift Title 42 on May 23; fears loom around potential migrant wave
Many migrant advocates say getting rid of Title 42 is great news and should have been done a long time ago, while those who want to keep it say this will create a huge rush of even more migrants to our southern border.
As COVID-19 asylum limits at US-Mexico border set to end, Arizona senators show concern
Mark Kelly and fellow Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema met with Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas to press their case for the administration to better plan and coordinate a response.