Jurors apparently won't be hearing from the two Final Exit Network defendants in a classic "right-to-die" case involving the assisted suicide of a mentally troubled Phoenix woman. Attorneys for the pair, Dr. Larry Egbert and Frank Langsner, told Superior Court Judge Paul McMurdie yes ... More >>
Opening statements started this morning in the jury trial of two "right-to-die" octogenarians charged in the case of a mentally disturbed Phoenix woman who committed suicide in 2007. A packed spectator's gallery at Maricopa County Superior Court heard dramatically divergent views of c ... More >>
Author continues to teach, regardless of restrictions
The Arizona Legislature may prove to be too much for ASU's unsinkable Michael Crow
A pedophile who labors to keep his desire to rape little boys a figment of his imagination admits he's a walking time bomb
From brilliance to madness and beyond, Jacob Martinez's artistic and personal journey has taken him further than he'd ever dreamed. The fire inside now quelled by medication, the nightmare of his mental illness is over. But at what price?
The music industry says online piracy's killing the biz. A UTD prof says it ain't.
From the week of January 18, 2001
That's a question Phoenix Fire Department officials are asking as firefighters continue to test positive for tuberculosis
Amnesty International's Dr. Daniel Georges-Abeyie coolly argues the case against capital punishment in our hang-'em-high state
RESIDENTS NEAR THE MOTOROLA SUPERFUND SITES CONDUCT UNSOPHISTICATED HEALTH STUDIES BECAUSE THEY DONT TRUST THE GOVERNMENT. NEITHER DO THE GOVERNMENT'S OWN SCIENTISTS.