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Republican Tucson City Council candidates Margaret Burkholder, center, and Kelly Lawton, right.

Two Republicans Want Tucson Council Election Overturned

Lawton, Burkholder sue, claiming they won in their wards and should take seats.

US Court: Tucson Elections Wrongly Favor Democrats

Balloting system violates one-man, one-vote, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals rules.

A Border Patrol vehicle parked near the US / Mexico border fence.

'Misconceptions' in ACLU Claims Against Border Patrol

Officers' union representative disputes accusations of widespread civil rights violations.

Arpaio Takes Witness Stand in Latino Racial Profiling Case

He is accused of defying federal court order to stop harassing Latinos in Phoenix area.

State Loses Round in Foster Care Civil Rights Case

Judge lets stand lawsuit alleging lack of health care for 17,000 children in state custody.

A protestor on the U.S. side of the border fence leans close to talk to protestors on the Mexican side.

Border Patrol Agent Indicted in Mexican Teen's Death in 2012

Rock throwing led agent to shoot through border fence, killing 16-year-old in 2012.

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

Arpaio Contempt Hearing Over Latino Profiling Resumes

Sheriff, several of his top officers face federal sanctions, possibility of criminal charges.

Study: Births to Undocumented Immigrants Decline

Pew Research Center says number fell below 300,000 for first time since 2002.

Russell Pearce, former State Senator and author of SB 1070 defines his stance on the controversial bill.

Activist Wrongly Barred from State Senate, Court Rules

Russell Pearce, then Senate president, had immigrant rights advocate kept out after protest.

Child sleeps in one of the holding areas for Central American kids shelter in Nogales, Ariz.

Report: Refugee Offer Not Reducing Youth Immigration

Migration Policy Institute study says few Central American children qualify for status.

A protestor on the U.S. side of the border fence leans close to talk to protestors on the Mexican side.

Judge: Family Can Sue Border Patrol Agent Who Shot Teen

Rock-throwing incident at border fence in Nogales left Mexican youth dead with mutiple wounds.

Arizona legislative districts, as drawn by the Independent Redistricting Commission in 2011.

Next Court Redistricting Challenge: Legislative Lines

Supreme Court to hear claim that independent commission drew boundaries favoring Democrats.

Arizonans' Division Over Same-Sex Marriage Continues

US Supreme Court ruling makes no changes in state's cultural, political differences.

Protesters at the Arivaca Border Patrol checkpoint, May 27, 2015.

Demonstrators Protest Arivaca Border Patrol Checkpoint

Inland traffic stops lead to profiling, deaths, they say; Patrol chief says they provide security.

MacArthur Fellow Brackette F. Williams

Ethnic studies connects UA anthropology professor with 'genius grant'

Tucson Officials Want to Move Homeless from Downtown Camp

City, advocates say 'another vision' needed in services, circumstances for people living in park.

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