Earlier this week, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gave testimony at both House and Senate committees on the September 11 attack on the on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya.Finally, Republicans got what they were waiting for -- although not quite everyone was effective in their opportunity to ... More >>
Thinking President Obama's reelection bid could include a victory in Arizona is apparently not a romantic left-wing fantasy, a new poll suggests.Sure there's some time left between April and November, and its only 488 registered Arizona voters, but a contest between President Obama and GOP nominee-i ... More >>
The restored exterior of the original Wigwam Resort building.Yesterday, co-owner Jerry Colangelo unveiled the first $7 million wave of renovations to the historic Wigwam Resort in Litchfield Park. The resort's main building is near unrecognizable unless you're old enough to remember when H ... More >>
photo from Carter's book We Can Have Peace in the Holy Land President Carter signs his latest book at Changing Hands this Friday.It's not every day you get to chat with a former President of the United States. And since President Jimmy Carter will be in town on Friday, signing copies of his b ... More >>
After looking like political asses in the '90s, Arizona Democrats have the money, moderation and 800-pound gorilla to kick some pachyderm tail
The crowd at Patriots Square Park resembled that at a Stones concert
Film examines Japanese-American draft resistance in the wake of WWII internment
It's entirely possible that this great country desperately needs a dunderhead just now
Student newspaper editor takes issue with Yavapai Community College president.
For all that's at stake, the state's most influential lobbyists and businesses are strangely silent on Proposition 200, which would remove them as the primary financiers of election campaigns
A new and improved J.D. Hayworth squares off against the same old Steve Owens
Clinton won, Fife lost, and now state Dems have high hopes for '98. But they're in for a wild-ass ride
Recently discovered documents indicate that the lawyer who represented the Hopi Tribe in crucial negotiations with Peabody Western Coal Company was working for the mining company at the same time
IF SLICK WILLY WON'T MAKE THE CASE FOR RACIAL JUSTICE, WHO WILL? A NEW TIMES EXCLUSIVE.