The Battle for Control of the Democratic Party is heating up in Arizona (Pt 4/4)

August 27, 2018

A battle for survival: Tired of feeling betrayed and played by career politicians, longtime activists have decided to run for key posts themselves, battling with Corporate Democrats for control of the party

The Battle for Control of the Democratic Party is heating up in Arizona (Pt 3/3)

August 26, 2018

A battle for survival; longtime activists-turned candidates like Jovana Renteria are battling with corporate Democrats for control of the party and for the survival of their communities

The Battle for Control of the Democratic Party Heats up in Arizona (Pt 1/3)

August 5, 2018

Progressive grassroots candidates battle with Corporate Democrats for control of the party in Arizona

Community Organizers Gear Up for a Political Fight for DACA

June 6, 2018

Phoenix, Arizona, has been called “ground zero” in the fight of Latinos against harsh immigration laws, which have been separating families and sowing fear in an entire community

‘I’d Rather Be Teaching’ Arizona and Colorado Teachers Join Wave of Revolts to Defend Public Ed

April 27, 2018

Arizona High School Counselor Annie Conway says education advocates are fighting back against draconian budget cuts and the privatization of public schools

A Trans Woman and Indian-American Vie to Replace Disgraced Republican in Congress

December 18, 2017

Republican Congressman Trent Franks’ resignation provides an opportunity for Democrats to make a formidable challenge in special election race

Is Extreme Heat the New Normal?

July 26, 2017

The Real News team spoke with first responders and science and medial experts in Arizona, where high temperatures have grounded planes and significantly increased health emergencies

Trump Supporters Call For Imprisoning Liberals at Phoenix Rally

March 9, 2017

In this shocking video, Dan Cohen documents the toxic atmosphere of Trump’s political allies and most fervent supporters.

AZ Attorney General Pursues Denial of In-state Tuition for DACA Recipients

January 17, 2017

Students and activists demonstrate outside case hearing in Phoenix, Arizona after the state attorney sues to remove their right to in-state tuition

Is Arizona Voting Chaos a Warning for Upcoming Elections?

March 30, 2016

Ari Berman, senior contributing writer for the Nation, discusses repeal of the Voting Rights Act and the possible two-tiered democracy developing between blue and red states