Phil GordonPhoenix Mayor Phil Gordon still hasn't answered questions submitted to him by New Times on April 19.The questions were e-mailed to Gordon per his new policy of no longer speaking personally with New Times or the Arizona Republic -- more accurately, he won't talk to reporters who ... More >>
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Since 1968, the followers of the Reverend Roger Rudin had let him run their lives. But after his sudden death last month, the stunned congregation discovered they'd been pawns in a cruel game of deceit, hypocrisy and kinky sex.
THE VALLEY'S HOTTEST POLITICAL STRATEGISTS TEAMED UP TO PUSH MLK DAY. NO WONDER IT FAILED.
HE HELPED MASTERMIND A MAJOR GOLD FRAUD IN FLORIDA. SO WHAT THE HELL IS HE DOING AT A CHURCH IN GLENDALE
THIS LAWYER'S TAKEN ON ALL THE POWERS THAT BE. NOW HE'S ABOUT TO LOSE HIS LICENSE.