| Apr 3, 2012
| 4:38 PM
"The Daily Show" correspondent Al Madrigal investigates Tucson's controversial ban on Mexican-American studies classes....
| Jun 26, 2012
| 3:11 PM
A day after the Supreme Court handed down its decision on Arizona’s controversial immigration law, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa gathered with activists on the steps of City Hall to address the ruling and lay out plans for what they...
| Aug 2, 2012
| 11:23 AM
A day after hundreds of local residents took part in the so-called Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day, another California Chick-fil-A supporter added his voice to the ongoing national debate surrounding the fast-food restaurant....
| Aug 24, 2012
| 4:48 PM
The Sunday morning programs will focus on the Republican National Convention in a big way. CBS' “Face the Nation” has lined up Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., for an interview with Bob Schieffer. The program starts at 10:30 a.m. on WKMG-Channel 6....
| Mar 21, 2012
| 12:44 AM
“I know you’re my boss, but I don’t think that’s any of your business.”
That will be the thought many women in Arizona won’t dare to say if a bill in the state Legislature, likely soon heading to the governor for...
| Mar 22, 2012
| 9:52 AM
What, exactly, made 17-year-old Trayvon Martin "suspicious" in the eyes of the man who shot him to death?
The question makes me think back to the time before my mom passed away, when she was hospitalized in a highly respected hospital here in Baltimore....
| Apr 8, 2012
| 9:04 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) — Students like Delano Coffy are at the heart of brewing political fights and court battles over whether public dollars should go to school vouchers to help make private schools more affordable.
He was failing in his neighborhood...
| Dec 12, 2011
| 10:34 AM
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer said Monday that she welcomed the Supreme Court's decision to hear arguments about the state's controversial illegal immigration law.
"I am confident the high court will uphold Arizona's constitutional authority and obligation...
| Jun 26, 2012
| 5:08 AM
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday struck down key parts of an Arizona law that sought to deter illegal immigration, but let stand a controversial provision allowing police to check a person's immigration status while enforcing other laws.
| Oct 10, 2012
| 2:54 PM
It wasn't anything like Joe Louis getting knocked out by Max Schmeling where Louis' supporters were literally crying in the streets. That was in 1936.
Still, a lot of President Barack Obama's supporters were taken aback last week by his dismal...
| Oct 24, 2012
| 6:49 PM
Arizona voters have a big decision to make this November. Really big.
Arizonans will vote next month on a ballot proposal to give the state control over the Grand Canyon – the latest move in the so-called “sagebrush revolt” in which...