Did election denier Kari Lake (R) break state law with a tweet claiming to show proof of voter fraud? Arizona’s secretary of state seems to think so.
Adrian Fontes said the post shared by Lake, featuring a collage of 16 voter signatures, could be a felony.
Bannon and Lake took election denial to new extremes in a recent interview.
Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ) has entered the ring in the fight for Arizona’s U.S. Senate seat.
Gallego is the favorite to earn the Democratic nomination for a potential three-way race.
Government-backed schools out to "civilize" children taken from their parents subjected them to punishment and forced labor.
Arizona’s attorney general has put a hold on executions in the state until the completion of a review of death penalty protocols ordered by the new governor.
"They couldn’t keep him alive for two weeks," the father told The Associated Press.
The election denier might be the governor of Neverland or Narnia, Middle Earth, Oz or Wonderland. But she is definitely not the governor of Arizona, jabs writer.
The Wall Street Journal's Dion Rabouin was detained by police while trying to interview people outside a bank.