The National Review reported that the United States is experiencing a sweeping and unprecedented demographic transformation, becoming younger, more diverse, more urban, more secular, and b

The Conversation published a report by Kendra L.

The Douglas Dispatch reported that participants at an Arizona Town Hall discussion on Arizona and Mexico agreed something has to be done to address the misrepresentation of the Douglas and

Arizona Big Media reported Phoenix’s continuous temperature rise over the past several years has become a major environmental issue for the greater metropolitan area. reported that Michelle Obama hit the campaign trail for Hillary Clinton in Phoenix, saying the hopelessness many Americans are feeling as a result of an election season filled w

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is trailing Democratic challenger Paul Penzone by nearly 15 points, according to a major poll released today by The Arizona Republic and Arizona State University.

Hillary Clinton now holds a 5-point lead over Donald Trump in the presidential race for Arizona’s 11 electoral votes, with many still undecided, according to the latest statewide poll released toda

NPR’s Mary Louise Kelly talked with Joseph Garcia, director of the Latino Public Policy Center at Arizona State University's Morrison Institute about how the 2016 Presiden

Arizona Public Radio KNAU reported a recent survey conducted by the Arizona Republic, Cronkite News and Morrison Institute for Public Policy suggests a majority of voters

The New Times reported that public schools in Arizona with high Latino populations have less funding and face greater challenges according to a new report.

The Arizona Republic noted a month before Election Day Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump remain deadlocked in Arizona and despite six trips to the state as a presidential candidate, Trump h

ASUNow presented a three-part series examining the work that ASU is doing in the realm of water as a resource in the arid West by looking at the current situation, exploring solutions, and