Flash Floods in Arizona Kill at Least 9

By JONAH ENGEL BROMWICH July 16, 2017 At least nine people were killed and one person was still missing on Sunday night after flash flooding interrupted a family gathering in central Arizona over the weekend. The Gila County Sheriff’s Office said...

A Border Fence Blurred Through Art

The towns of Douglas, Ariz., and Agua Prieta, Mexico, have a deep economic and cultural bond. An art installation on both sides of the border wall let residents imagine — if only for an evening — that there was no barrier between them.

A Fire-Scorched Arizona Pushes Prevention: Step 1, Clean Your Yard

By FERNANDA SANTOS June 30, 2017 PHOENIX — Wildfire season started early here this year. In two months, more than 20 fires have broken out across the bottom half of the state, from its southeastern tip, near New Mexico, to the outskirts of Tucson and...

John McCain’s Questions Leave James Comey, and Observers, Confused

The Arizona senator appeared to conflate two separate investigations as he questioned the former F.B.I. director.