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Two recent fact-finding stops in Parker by U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Ariz., revealed a constituency displeased about the Bureau of Land Management and concerned about the mounting impact of Affordable Care Act.
A Nevada rancher's showdown with federal agents might seem like a brief incident far out in the desert. But two Arizona congressmen, diametrically opposed in their views, see implications nationwide.
The fallout of radiation from the nuclear testing in Nevada that fell 60 years ago over parts of Northern Arizona including Mohave County is still felt today.
In the 1940s, at a nearby nuclear test site in Nevada, the policy was to wait for westward winds to pass before conducting underground and atmospheric tests.
A group of House conservatives is pushing to cut off bonuses for the Internal Revenue Service division that targeted advocacy groups during the past two election cycles based on their names and policy positions.
A group of conservative House members led by Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) is writing to the leadership of the House Appropriations Committee to press for cutting off IRS employee bonuses in the division of the agency that targeted Tea Party groups.
Rocket Science: House Conservative Targets NASA's $3 million Spent to Find Intelligent Life ... in Congress?
An Arizona conservative congressman is shining light on how President Barack Obama is using $3 million of taxpayer money to teach National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) officials how to lobby Congress.
On this, the Republican congressman and the frontman for Tool, A Perfect Circle and Puscifer agree: The Verde Valley is a great place to make wine.
World War II veteran Jack D. Shippey was recently reunited with his lost dog tags.
An April 14 hearing will focus on expanding eligibility benefits under the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act to all "downwinders," a term for Mohave County residents affected by downwind radioactive contamination, according to the office of U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Ariz.