Power to the Polls

LGBT Candidate Joan Greene Aims to Prove that Arizona Is Not a Red State

"We all want the same thing. We all want our families to have the opportunities to have what they might consider their American Dream," says Joan Greene.
Linda Yang

Arizona Will Send a Woman to the Senate for the First Time Ever

After winning Tuesday's primary elections, Democrat Kyrsten Sinema and Republican Martha McSally will face off in the Arizona Senate race.
Marie Solis
Mother's Day

Mother-Daughter Refugees Reunite With Family After 13 Years Apart

Aysar and her 20-year-old daughter Taghreed are Iraqi refugees working to help others settle in the US. This Mother's Day, the pair will embark on a trip to reunite with family they haven't seen in more than a decade.
Linda Yang

'Clown Lives Matter' Movement Founder Responds to Backlash

A "Clown Lives Matter" peace walk in Arizona was cancelled following threats and widespread condemnation. Professional clowns insist the event was meant to be a positive thing—but critics disagree.
Kimberly Lawson

'I Am a Priestess. I Am Not a Prostitute': Sex Priestess Sentenced to Four Years

Tantric sex brothel madam Tracy Elise claimed that the women at her Phoenix Goddess Temple were healers, not prostitutes—and their clients weren't johns but 'Seekers.'
Jim Walsh

True Erotic Crime Story: A Notorious Sex Temple and Its Ruling Pimp Priestess

During Tracy Elise's four-month trial she called upon a porn star, a naked life coach, and a self-proclaimed pimp as witnesses to prove that her profession as a Priestess of sexual healing was religious and not financial.
Jim Walsh