A judge rules that an ethnic studies program offered by the Tucson Unified School District breaks Arizona state law.
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords joined thousands for a vigil Sunday night in Tucson, Arizona, one of several emotional events over the weekend to mark one year since a shooting rampage left her and 12 others wounded and six people dead.
U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords made a public appearance Monday evening in Houston with her astronaut husband at a NASA function, a spokesman said.
U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords touched down in her hometown of Tucson, Arizona, on Friday to see her family for the weekend, according to her congressional office.
Talks are starting this week on possible steps to tighten access to guns for people with criminal records or mental health issues, White House spokesman Jay Carney said Monday.
Jared Lee Loughner faces dozens of new federal charges in the spree that killed 6, wounded 13
Accused Tucson gunman Jared Lee Loughner has been indicted on 49 counts including murder and attempted murder that stem from a shooting that left six people dead and critically wounded Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.
Federal prosecutors are trying to bar a medical examiner in Arizona from releasing autopsy results for the six people killed during the Tucson shooting rampage that targeted U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, according to court documents.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Monday joined the eldest son of slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. to call for stricter gun legislation in the wake of the Arizona shootings that left six people dead and 13 wounded.
The accused gunman in the Tucson mass shooting smiled in court Monday as he entered a not guilty plea.
A federal judge entered a plea of not guilty Monday on behalf of Jared Lee Loughner to three counts of attempted murder in the mass shooting that wounded U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords earlier this month.
Doctors at the Houston hospital where U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was transferred said that while she remains in intensive care, she has surprised them with the progress she has already made.
U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was successfully transferred Friday to a Houston hospital from Tucson, Arizona, and physicians described the brain-injured congresswoman as "doing great."
California authorities were investigating graffiti Friday that threatened the life of Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown, said Cpl. Anthony Bertagna of the Santa Ana Police Department.
U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords on Thursday continued her dramatic recovery from a gunshot wound to the brain by going outside for physical therapy, one of her principal doctors in Tucson, Arizona, told CNN.
Mark Kelly speaks with affiliate KVOA about his wife's attack, her road to recovery and the support she has received.
Reports have surfaced that authorities have video revealing new details in the Tucson shooting. Tom Foreman reports.
President Obama remembers the victims and offers a hopeful message as he leads a memorial service Wednesday night.
Gabrielle Giffords has opened her eyes. She has squeezed her husband's hand. At one point, she tried to pull out her ventilator tube, as if annoyed it was there and impatient to get back to work.
Howard Kurtz talks with Dana Milbank, David Frum, and Lauren Ashburn about the media tone since the Tucson shooting.
Two federal judicial sources say they expect attorneys for accused Tucson shooter Jared Lee Loughner to ask that any trial be moved out of Arizona, possibly to San Diego, but the Justice Department indicated Monday it would opposed a move
Bring back the ban on assault weapons, or tighten enforcement of existing gun control laws and regulations?
CNN's Thelma Gutierrez takes a look at Arizona's constitutional carry law.
The shooting Saturday in Tucson, Arizona, demonstrates once again that mental health systems in the United States are seriously flawed and, as a result of continuing budget cuts, are becoming even less comprehensive and effective.
The conventional wisdom in the wake of the emotional and impressive memorial service for those killed in Tucson at the hands of a deranged gunman is that despite pleas for civility, we will return to the pre-shooting days of yelling, screaming and highly-charged partisanship.
CNN's Anderson Cooper and his panel discuss the finger pointing and deliberate misinformation among politicians.
A video shot by Jared Loughner shows him walking around his former campus, sounding off on several topics.
U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords has been upgraded from critical to serious condition, eight days after being shot through the brain at a public event.
CNN's Thelma Gutierrez talks about criticism over a gun show taking place in Tucson, Arizona, near the shooting site.
Thousands of people determined "to exercise their Second Amendment rights," attended a gun show Saturday in Tucson, Arizona, one week after a well-armed gunman opened fire at a local shopping center, the show's president said.
The Tucson, Arizona supermarket that was the site of last week's shooting reopens. CNN's Thelma Gutierrez reports.
After being detained for allegedly erupting outside a Tucson, Arizona, supermarket -- gunning down 19 people, including six fatally -- Jared Lee Loughner refused to talk to investigators.
Arizonans paid tribute Friday morning to the federal judge killed in the deadly shooting rampage last weekend in Tucson.
CNN's "John King USA" pays tribute to 9 year-old Christina Green, the youngest of 6 fatalities in the Arizona shooting.
Curtis Acosta's class on Latino literature opened on Monday with a poem:
President Obama says though nothing can fill the hole in the hearts of Arizonans, the nation's hopes are with them.
Doug Brinkley, David Gergen, and Michael Gerson join Anderson to break down the President's performance in Tucson.
Anderson Cooper is joined by the family of 9-year-old Christina Green, who was shot and killed in the Tucson attack.
Members of Congress recently gathered on the steps of the Capitol to observe a moment of silence in honor of their wounded colleague, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Arizona, as well as the six people who were killed and 13 who were wounded in last week's shooting rampage in Tucson, Arizona.
Three clinical support staff members and a contracted nurse at University Medical Center in Tucson have been fired "for inappropriately accessing confidential medical records," a spokeswoman for the hospital said Wednesday.
The parents of 9-year-old Christina Taylor Green,killed in the Tucson shooting, remember her as a "great daughter."
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed emergency legislation Tuesday that bars protests within 300 feet of a funeral and within an hour from its beginning or end.
Rep. Carolyn McCarthy talks to CNN's Allan Chernoff about her gun control proposal and why her crusade is personal.
The sickening shooting spree in Tucson holds many lessons for our country, but the most important is this: It's much too easy for dangerous people to get their hands on deadly weapons.
The assassination attempt and mass killing in Tucson, Arizona, last Saturday was reportedly committed with a Glock 9 mm semiautomatic handgun equipped with a high-capacity magazine that held 31 bullets.
Democratic Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy of New York -- who ran for office after a gunman killed her husband and injured her son -- is drafting legislation that would ban the sale of high-capacity gun ammunition magazines to civilians in the aftermath of the tragic shooting in Tucson, Arizona.
Could the shootings in Tucson have been prevented if certain warning signs had been heeded? A panel joins AC to discuss.
Pima Co. Sheriff Clarence Dupnik says the "hard right is deliberately fueling the fire" against government officials.
A little-known sheriff has stepped into the national spotlight with a back-to-basics lesson for America:
President Obama will travel to Arizona on Wednesday in the wake of the weekend shooting there that left six people dead and 14 wounded, including a member of Congress.
Drew Griffin reports on how and why key points were missed that may have prevented the deadly Tucson shooting.
In the wake of the shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and the killing of six other people in Tucson, Arizona, Saturday, CNN Opinion contributors have offered a variety of perspectives.
Jared Lee Loughner, the suspect in the fatal shooting of a federal judge and wounded congresswoman, appears in court.
Outrageously tragic crimes -- like the mass shooting in Tucson, Arizona, on Saturday that claimed the lives of six people and caused serious injuries to many more -- typically set off a round of finger-pointing.
Until we have more definitive information about the shooter, pointing fingers at who might bear responsibility for the Tucson, Arizona, massacre only contributes to what we must end in America: a toxic political environment.
President Obama expressed sadness Monday over the weekend shootings in Tucson, Arizona. "All of us are still grieving and in shook from the tragedy that took place," he told reporters in a joint news conference with French President Nicolas Sarkozy.
When people call the shootings in Tucson senseless, they are absolutely right. By all reports, the alleged Tucson shooter was seriously mentally ill and quite probably schizophrenic.
CNN's Casey Wian talks to families and friends who are coping with the loss of a loved one in the Arizona shootings.
The tenor of American political rhetoric became a centerpiece in the national debate over Saturday's attack by a gunman in Tucson, Arizona, that killed six people and left local Democratic congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords with a bullet wound to the brain.
The horrific shooting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, and the killing of six others, including a respected federal judge, outside a Tucson Safeway is not the first time that a member of Congress has faced a violent threat or attack.
The 22-year-old man under arrest in Saturday's massacre in Arizona railed against government "mind control" and illiteracy in online missives and had "kind of a troubled past," as the local sheriff put it.
In October, Thelma Gutierrez reported on a controversial ban of ethnic studies courses in Arizona public schools.
Arizona schools superintendent John Huppenthal has told the Tucson district to stop teaching its controversial Mexican-American studies program or face losing $15 million in annual state aid under a new law, he said Tuesday.
Eleven Tucson, Arizona, educators sued the state board of education and superintendent this week for what the teachers consider an "anti-Hispanic" ban looming on Mexican-American studies.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement says its agents seized more than 7,200 pounds of marijuana Monday in Tucson, Arizona.
A Tucson police officer and his attorney discuss the suit they filed to block Arizona's new immigration law.
Criminal defendants are expected to make initial appearances in federal courts in Phoenix and Tucson on Friday in connection with what one federal agency calls the largest human smuggling investigation in its history.
It seems that many of you don't own a home and have absolutely no problem with that, thank you very much.
Crime wave in Mexico sparks security equipment sales across the country. CNN's Harris Whitbeck reports.
When a cool breeze breaks the desert heat and the faint scent of mesquite wafts through Tucson, photographers Jeff Smith and Tom Willett hit the road to chase lightning. The duo drive their pickup beneath dark thunderheads, shooting hundreds of photos during the summer monsoons that rumble over Arizona's Sonoran Desert and reach their climax in September.
City officials and community activists can't wait to get their hands on nearly $4 billion the federal government is about to inject into blighted neighborhoods suffering from record foreclosures.
(TUCSON, Ariz.) -- Scientists for the Phoenix Mars Lander are wrestling with an intermittent short circuit on the spacecraft.
This spring, SI.com senior writer John Donovan is touring the Grapefruit and Cactus leagues to cover baseball's biggest newsmakers. Today, he files his final Hot Spot of the spring from Tucson, Arizona, home to the Diamondbacks, Rockies and White Sox.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports on Cooking Light's Top 20 U.S. cities for a healthy lifestyle.
To celebrate our 20th year of publication, Cooking Light wanted to know what places best fit our philosophy to eat smart, be fit, and live well. Using statistics from such organizations as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the Zagat Survey, we ranked major metropolitan areas on 15 criteria. The result, we think, is a ranking of U.S. cities that best provide the resources people need to live healthful lives.
Business education, especially an MBA, is designed to prepare students for life in the corporate world, notably finance and consulting, correct? Well, not always.
Readers tell AOL Autos how they avoided getting a traffic ticket from a police officer.
The WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship at The Gallery at Dove Mountain in Tucson, Ariz., starts Wednesday with 32 first-round matches. Need help filling out your bracket? SI.com's Alan Shipnuck is here to help. He predicts every match in every round (that's 64 matches, including the consolation match).
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