It's only been a few days since last Sunday's season finale of Mad Men, but the episode is still sparking plenty of discussion around the water cooler. This past season of Mad Men, the show's fifth, felt a bit hit and miss at times. It may have started off slow, but it picked up towards the end of t ... More >>
Jay J. Armesâ€‹The son of "world-renowned" investigator Jay J. Armes thinks that the father of missing baby Gabriel Johnson is trying to make Armes and his squad of "investigators" out to be the bad guys, after the honeymoon between the men came to an abrupt end last week.Last week, Gabriel's ... More >>
Maricopa County Supervisor Don Stapley didn't order anyone to interfere with his September 21 arrest in a county parking garage -- and that's according to the deputies who arrested him. If you'll recall, Chief Deputy Dave Hendershott told us a couple of days after the arrest that Staple ... More >>
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HE'S SMART, FIT AND ATTRACTIVE TO WOMEN. HE'S A SUCCESSFUL LAWYER. SO WHY DOES ANDY LING TELL SUCH TALL TALES?
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RUDY USED TO BE A RED ARMY PARATROOPER NOW HE AND HIS COMRADES ARE MAKING BASEBALL HISTORY IN MESA.