The Arizona Republic
Two of the busts by the special "Border Strike Force" happened hundreds of miles away from the border.
Research by the Phoenix-based newspaper suggests readers find endorsements alienating and “blur the way they view our news stories.”
Chris Taylor, a Republican and combat veteran, said he's seeking treatment for his substance abuse disorder.
Greg Burton accused union sympathizers of "surveilling" other journalists, saying that's something he'd expect of a murderer or child molester.
"Like many victims, I felt like the system was raping me all over again," the Arizona Republican said.
Johnny Wheatcroft, who has accused the officers of using a stun gun on his testicles, is suing them for using “excessive … force and torture."
The Hacienda Del Sol shelter, run by the embattled Southwest Key Programs, was shut down by the federal government in October.
Olive the pigeon had been missing from its home in Peoria, Arizona, for more than a week.
The "psychological and emotional impact is forever," the official said.
The resistance can win.