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Journalists roundtable: New legislative session, 2020 campaigns, impeachment trial

Plus, their approach to covering the presidential election.

Political strategists on the potential for a ‘blue wave’ in Arizona

They discussed high-profile races for the U.S. Senate and White House.

New super PAC wants Arizona Latino voters to help beat Trump in November

American Latinos United aims to chip away at the percentage of Latino support that Trump got in 2016.

Arizona lawmakers, House, split on vote demanding end to attacks on Iran

Democrats said they hoped to reassert congressional authority over war powers, and Republicans accused the other side of playing politics.

Striking mine worker unions call on government to intervene

The unions filed charges of unfair labor practices against Asarco in response to the company's best and final offer.

Journalists roundtable: USMCA & 2020 Outlook

The panel also discusses political news in Southern Arizona.

Mexican consul in Tucson is raising eyebrows

The recently arrived diplomat from Mexico is allegedly holding partisan meetings at his office.

Tucson youth will hold another climate strike Friday

Students will take to the streets once again to demand action on climate change.

Mayors of Arizona's largest cities push to stay in Paris Climate Agreement

Two Arizona mayors are pressing the state's congressional delegation to take action on climate change.

Arizona political parties getting ready for 2020 conventions

The Republican and Democratic party faithful are preparing for the summer’s national conventions.

Poll finds division and common ground in what Arizonans care about

State residents placed issues like water and education among their highest priorities.

Plan to fund Oro Valley golf courses passes

Facing a recall election, the mayor put forward a plan that would fund infrastructure improvements by 2023.

Exiled in Mexico, Evo Morales promises return to Bolivia

The former Bolivian president said the Mexican government had saved him by granting asylum and refuge.

See how your neighborhood voted in the Tucson election

Learn how Tucsonans voted across the city on the mayor's race and sanctuary city initiative.

Arizonans split on impeachment

Party affiliation largely determines impeachment opinions among Arizona residents.

Pima GOP chair alleges postal workers discarded Tucson ballots

A Postal Service spokesperson rejected the claim, saying every piece of mail is tracked.

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