The 2018 Congressional elections are shaping up to be one of the most contentious and eventful midterm election in decades, with many viewing the races as a referendum on the President’s agenda.
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Sandra Day O'Connor, the first female Supreme Court Justice and an Arizona native, announced in a letter to friends and America that she would be stepping down from public life due to dementia Tuesday morning.
The 2018 election is squaring up to be one of the largest and most contentious midterm elections in decades, following a primary season that saw record turnout in Arizona.
Donald Trump returned to Arizona Friday as part of a last-minute blitz across the U.S. in support of vulnerable Republican candidates.
Undergraduate Student Government Downtown is piloting a partnership with the ride sharing app Lyft, following a similar partnership with USG Polytechnic that began in August.
Nine ASU law professors joined with over 1,500 others in signing a letter that said Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh did not have the temperament needed for the position on the eve of a floor vote of his confirmation.
An ASU professor is calling into question the legality of a campaign internship opportunity that was sent out to students from the official ASU Political History and Leadership program email.
Arizona has long played a key role in the make-up of the Supreme Court, and last week’s contentious confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh were no different.
Rick Thomas is in it for the laughs.
Nearly four decades after Sandra Day O’Connor was sworn in as the first female Supreme Court justice in the history of the U.S., Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey proclaimed that Sept. 25 was Sandra Day O’Connor day.
As the opening of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid draws closer, state and federal agencies are preparing to make the laborious process faster and more convenient than ever before.
ASU could face fines following a complaint that the university allegedly violated the Animal Welfare Act, which was filed by an animal rights advocacy group to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
A schism in the Republican Party has ricocheted through the country from the White House to ASU as the November elections approach in the first real test of post-Trump Republican electoral health.
Preliminary numbers from ASU show that there was a dip in the enrollment of international students in the fall of 2018, paralleling a national downward trend in international enrollment amid stricter immigration policies under the Trump administration.
Former Arizona Sen. Jon Kyl will replace the late Sen. John McCain in the U.S. Senate, Gov. Doug Ducey announced Tuesday.
Arizona, with Michael Crow in attendance, bids McCain a final farewell in emotional memorial ceremony
Arizona gave the late Sen. John McCain one last farewell Thursday after a week of memorials — both planned and impromptu — that brought together thousands of mourners, politicians and friends of the late senator.
Flags are at half-mast across Arizona today in remembrance of the late Sen. John McCain, who passed away in his home in Sedona surrounded by his friends and family Saturday. He was 81 and would have been 82 on Wednesday.
Arizona will hold a primary Tuesday, setting the stage for a closely watched general election, as the stakes remain high for Republicans trying to hold on to their national majority.
Arizona senator and two-time presidential hopeful John McCain died Saturday at 81, according to reports.
ASU removed Paris Dennard from his position as events director for the McCain Institute for International Leadership in 2015, following a yearlong investigation into allegations of sexual assault, according to a new report.