On Tuesday’s “Your World with Neil Cavuto” on the Fox News Channel, Pinal County, AZ Sheriff Paul Babeu reported that the federal government has released criminal illegal aliens into his community and that his officers have arrested individuals who have already been deported 10 or 15 times. Show More Summary
Paul Babeu, the outed Sheriff of Pinal County, Ariz., has won re-election with 53.8% of the vote. read more
Arizona Sheriff Paul Babeu had originally hoped to win a seat in the U.S. Congress during this week's election, but pulled out after it the conservative Republican's ex-boyfriend outed him and accused Babeu of trying to get him deported. So...
Arizona sheriff Paul Babeu, a onetime GOP candidate for the House of Representatives and a point man for Mitt Romney’s campaign in the Grand Canyon State—has been cleared of allegations he threatened an ex-boyfriend with deportation if he discussed their clandestine relationship with anyone. Babeu was in the closet when Jose Orozco, a Mexican immigrant [...]
Things are suddenly looking good for Sheriff Paul Babeu, of Pinal County, Arizona. Recall: He's the famed immigration hawk who was considered a rising star in the GOP, with appearances on FOX News, cameos in John McCain campaign ads, and...
Arizona Sheriff Paul Babeu was cleared of criminal wrongdoing on Friday in a case involving threats he allegedly made against an ex-boyfriend to keep their relationship a secret.
Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu, who quit his run for Congress and said he would seek reelection as sheriff last May after a scandal in which he was forced out of the closet after threatening a former boyfriend with deportation,...
Read the rest here, and see an even more Murican political ad, too. Now that embattled Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu isn't running for Congress in Arizona's Fourth Congressional District, the race is down to two Republicans -- Congressman Paul Gosar, and state Senator Ron Gould. [...]Show More Summary
Five charred bodies discovered in a smoldering SUV in the Arizona desert apparently are a missing family in a murder-suicide case rather than victims of drug smugglers as first suggested by Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu.
Five bodies were found Saturday in a burned-out vehicle in the southern Arizona desert, Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu said. Border Patrol officers originally spotted the SUV early Saturday and tried to stop the vehicle, but the driver took off and disappeared. Show More Summary
Five bodies burned beyond recognition have been found inside the shell of a charred sport utility vehicle in the Arizona desert, and Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu said Saturday the case is likely connected to drug cartel violence.
Five bodies burned beyond recognition in a vehicle discovered smoldering in the southern Arizona desert appear to be victims of drug-smuggling violence, Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu said Saturday.
Be sure to follow this one after the break--it takes a sudden turn that you never would have predicted.In Arizona there is now government outrage against Pinal County (Arizona) Sheriff Paul Babeu requisitioning surplus military material...Show More Summary
Pinal County, Ariz., sheriff Paul Babeu was outed earlier this year, after some allegations from a former boyfriend insinuating that Babeu, a conservative Republican, had made unethical decisions in his personal and professional life. Show More Summary
Don Lemon interviewed Pinal County, Arizona Sheriff Paul Babeu late on Friday following his announcement last week that he was quitting his run for Congress and seeking reelection as Sheriff. Lemon talked to Babeu about the effect that his coming...
Arizona Sheriff Paul Babeu, who recently came out as gay after an ex-boyfriend who was a Mexican national alleged that Babeu had threatened him with deportation, has quit his campaign for Congress. He sat down with CNN anchor Don Lemon who asked him whether he thinks the Republican party should be more “progressive” on issues like same-sex marriage. Show More Summary
Paul Babeu says he will instead run for sheriff again. read more
Arizona's Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu, who was outed this February in a scandal regarding his Mexico-born boyfriend, claims that he can no longer run for Congress because the guy who was going to replace him as sheriff can no longer campaign. Show More Summary
Call it the ol’ Arizona bait and switch! Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu, who was hit with a massive scandal in February when accused of threatening to deport his Mexican ex-boyfriend, has decided to drop out of the race for a spot in the House of Representatives. In the fallout, Babeu admitted he was gay but [...]