State leaders in Arizona have reached a settlement over a controversial immigration enforcement law. The attorney general agreed to issue guidance directing police and sheriff's deputies not to make immigration arrests.
A federal judge in Phoenix wants Sheriff Joe Arpaio to face criminal charges for violating court orders in a racial profiling case. The case is now in the hands of federal prosecutors, who are deciding whether to take legal action against the six-term sheriff.
Arizonans of all political stripes were appalled by extremely long lines at polling stations during this week's presidential primary. NPR explores why the lines were so long and if the problems will persist in November.
Donald Trump's strong language on immigration has found many supporters in Arizona — a state where toughening border control has been popular for years. But that stance has also had a negative impact on the state's business community.
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