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Is it 2016? GOP Campaign Under Way As If So

Republicans opened attacks on Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick same day she took oath for new term.

What New State Executives Said After Oaths

Secretary of state, attorney general, treasurer, schools superintendent among 7 total sworn in.

McSally Takes Seat in Congress Tuesday

She joins 4 other Republicans, 4 Democrats in representing Arizona in U.S. House of Representatives.

Doug Ducey takes oath as Arizona governor, Jan. 5, 2015.

Doug Ducey Takes Oath as Arizona's 23rd Governor

'I will submit balanced budgets to the House and Senate,' he says in inaugural speech before big Capitol crowd.

Former Tucson Mayor George Miller Dies

Democrat served two terms from 1991 to 1999; he also was City Council member 14 years.

Federal agents address Central American children at a Nogales shelter in summer 2014.

Deportations Fall Slightly from 2013 Record

Federal government reports 414,000 people removed from country in fiscal year that ended in September.

'Dreamers' Eligible for Arizona Driver's Licenses

Numbers not known on first day they can apply under federal court ruling overturning Brewer's order.

Year in Review: In Politics, GOP Sweeps State Offices

Ducey elected governor, all other executive offices go to Republicans, plus five of nine seats in Congress.

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

Year in Review: Immigration, Border Security

AZPM's Fernanda Echavarri and Ted Robbins discuss Central American children, Obama initiatives, more.

AZ WEEK: The Year in State Politics

Host Lorraine Rivera's discusses 2014 political developments with Phoenix journalists Mary Jo Pitzl, Howard Fischer.

METRO WEEK: 2014 Wrapup, 2015 Forecast

Journalists discuss year's big stories in politics, immigration, higher education, business and economics.

Jeff Flake, U.S. Senator of Arizona, discusses our state budget.

Flake Supports Obama's Moves Opening Up to Cuba

'50 years is long enough to try a policy,' he says of US economic embargo of Cuba in place since early 1960s.

McSally Names Transition Team Members

30 prominent politicians, business, community leaders from Pima, Cochise counties to help hire staff, set up office.

Barber: 'Greatest Privilege of My Life to Work for You'

In open letter, he recounts achievements, says he'll 'do what grandfathers love - spend time with 5 grandchildren.'

U.S. Rep.-Elect Martha McSally, R-Ariz., in Dec. 17, 2014 interview.

US Rep.-Elect McSally: 'Reaching Out to All Parts of Community'

After victory in closest congressional race in state history, she gets down to business hiring staff, transitioning.

DREAM students supporting education over deportation.

Justice Denies Delay in Driver's Licenses for 'Dreamers'

US Supreme Court's Kennedy turns back Brewer's request; ACLU declares victory, calls for license issuance.

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