Paxton — accompanied on the trip by his wife Angela, a Texas state senator — was not required to report the trip and ultimately attended against wishes from staffers.
The Arizona Attorney General's Office on Feb. 22 released documents pertaining to the investigation of the 2020 election in Arizona – an investigation that lasted for 10,000 hours.
What did Arizona's former attorney general know about the 2020 election and when did he know it? Reports from Mark Brnovich's former office were made public and they show there was no election fraud in Arizona. According to the current AG, Kris Mayes, Bronovich knew about it for months, but instead of going public, he stayed quiet. Now, Brnovich is facing at least eight ethics complaints at the Arizona Bar which oversees lawyers in the state.
FOX 10's John Hook speaks one-on-one with Arizona's Attorney General Mark Brnovich as he leaves office, and remarks on how he never expected to run for any political office. He discusses the election cycles while in office, immigration and his stance on the death penalty as he carried out the first execution in nearly a decade in Arizona.
Arizona's Attorney General has asked the FBI and IRS to look into a group called 'True The Vote.' The group has claimed to have uncovered widespread fraud in the 2020 electionm but never provided evidence.
Arizona prosecutors began investigating Google after an Associated Press story in 2018 reported Google was misleading consumers on how they were tracking and using their location data.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich said a judge in Pima County has lifted an injunction that was placed on Arizona's abortion statute.
Of 282 claims of dead voters in the Arizona 2020 election audit by Cyber Ninjas, Attorney General Mark Brnovich says only one claim was found to be true. He calls the claims absurd as some of the names and birthdays didn't match the people who were claimed to be dead.
Murray Hooper and two co-defendants were sentenced to death for the New Year’s Eve 1980 murders of a Phoenix man and his mother-in-law during a home robbery.
ARS 13-3603 has been on the books since at least 1901 but has been blocked since shortly after the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade.
A Yavapai County judge last month rejected Mark Brnovich’s effort to order Katie Hobbs to do a major rewrite of a nearly 300-page document she wrote telling county election officials how to manage the 2022 elections.
Abortion, under most circumstances, are now illegal in Arizona, according to Attorney General Mark Brnovich. Here's what you should know about a law that some believe dates back to a time when Arizona was not even a state.
According to the attorney general’s complaint, board members also violated the law when they cut off speakers who tried to give input on any other topic including a proposed mask mandate that was also on the agenda.
Republican officials who oversee elections in Maricopa County issued a blistering retort to GOP Attorney General Mark Brnovich accusing the state’s top lawman of abusing his position and misleading the public about the 2020 election to advance his U.S. Senate campaign.
The lawsuit from Mack Brnovich seeks an order compelling Katie Hobbs to provide a manual that gives county election officials clear guidance on how to run elections.
The Arizona Supreme Court has revived a lawsuit filed by state Attorney General Mark Brnovich against the board that oversees ASU and the state's two other public universities, over a hotel agreement that officials with ASU made.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich said the governor can use National Guard troops and state law enforcement to forcibly send migrants back across the border to Mexico.
Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs has announced that she will sue the state's Attorney General, Mark Brnovich, for threatening to charge her for a crime if she shuts down an online election-related system temporarily for a required system update.
The terms of the diversion agreement are confidential, but diversion agreements allow lawyers to have complaints dismissed without sanctions after a period of time, if certain requirements are met.
Arizona's Attorney General has become the third major candidate to seek the GOP nomination to take on incumbent Democratic Senator Mark Kelly in the 2022 election.