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In this 2012 photo, federal officials displayed some weapons recovered from gun-trafficking operations in Phoenix. A new report called Arizona one of the top exporters of guns later used in crimes.

Arizona is among the top 10 states for “bad apple” gun dealers, the 5 percent of dealers who sold almost 90 percent of the traceable guns later used in crimes across the U.S., a new report says. The state was also the fifth-largest exporter of guns found at crime scenes in other states in 2013 Read more»

Pascua Yaqui Attorney General Fred Urbina said a pilot program that lets the tribe prosecute crimes under the Violence Against Women Act has been a success, but that challenges lie ahead.

The Pascua Yaqui tribe was one of three to pilot a program allowing tribal courts to prosecute non-Indians for acts of violence against women on reservations. Read more»

Grijalva on election night, November 2014.

U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva is calling on the Justice Department to investigate reports of two deaths of migrant men held in Arizona. "Eloy Detention Center is in the business of detaining people for profit, but that does not exempt them from upholding the law," he said. "The fact that some this information is seeping out of the seams, as opposed to being reported and addressed outright, only furthers the concerns." Read more» 1

U.S. Sen. John McCain answers questions at a news conference Friday.

U.S. Sen. John McCain said Friday that attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch’s support of President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration makes her unfit for the post. Read more» 1