Rachel Mitchell is a deputy Maricopa County attorney and chief of their sex crimes division. In 2003, the state named her “Arizona’s outstanding sexual-assault prosecutor” and Prosecutor of the Year in 2006.
First, former President Barack Obama broke with tradition to criticize his successor.
As the Trump administration regroups from multiple political and legal setbacks in its efforts to curb illegal immigration, the message south of the border could not be more clear, with families and unaccompanied minors flooding into Texas, Arizona and California.
When it comes to climate change, America’s most passionate voice is not in Washington, but California, where Gov. Jerry Brown spent decades attacking global warming.
One of America’s busiest freeways is closed as firefighters in California battle a blaze just south of the Oregon border, stranding hundreds of truckers trying to navigate the lone interstate highway stretching from Mexico to Canada.
China and the U.S. continue racing toward one another in a game of economic chicken, as both promise to retaliate in a tit-for-tat trade war that shows no sign of ending before 2019.
The California Democratic Party endorsed as its next U.S. senator a former college dropout, dissing Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the woman who has represented the party in Washington for the past 26 years, and who is also former mayor of San Francisco.
In an election many Mexicans hope will be a turning point for a country beset by decades of corruption, violence and enduring poverty, voters turned to a left wing populist some supporters refer to as a ‘messiah’, a savior from the two major parties that have failed to deliver on promises of reform.
In Tijuana, a jumping off point for refugees from around the world, President Trump’s immigration policy is giving some second thoughts.
Gavin Newsom had an inappropriate affair with his employee. Antonio Villaraigosa cheated on his wife with a reporter assigned to cover him. Yet the #MeToo movement, which has urged women to speak up about sexual misconduct allegations, has remained visibly silent about the inappropriate sexual conduct of two prominent Democrats running for governor in California.