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Ex-state Senate President Russell Pearce began slithering back into relevancy this Saturday during the Arizona GOP's winter meeting, held at Phoenix's Church for the Nations, where he was elected to the party's First Vice Chair position.Despite an embarrassing 12-point loss to fellow Republican Jerr ... More >>
Maricopa County's own Teflon Don, under oath and unable to recall...In a performance worthy of a Mafia don, Sheriff Joe Arpaio dissembled under oath today in a disciplinary hearing for disgraced former Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas, and Thomas' ex-underlings, former Deputy County Attorneys ... More >>
A former sailor and Phoenix UPS driver was sentenced to 10 years in a federal prison today for passing secrets to a Pakistan man who ran an Al-Qaeda recruitment Web site.Paul R. Hall, who has apparently changed his name to Hassan Abu-Jihaad, was arrested in Phoenix in 2007 and charged with terrorism ... More >>
All aboard the '80s way-back machine
The brazen buzzard outs anti-Semites at the Chandler 9/11 conference, and sheds a tear for the Tribune's Slim Shady and a few more for the near-deceased Chez Nous
Ten reasons to tune in country radio in 2006
The congressional page scandal's proving the straw that breaks the elephant's back, and Congressman Jim Kolbe's got explaining to do
A state lawmaker's assault on the campus press is trickle-down from Dubya's White House
A 007 fanatic hits the mother lode of secret agent lore
Ominous storm clouds threaten to trample the Constitution and turn our republic into a theocracy.
Move Over, ALCOR. Phoenix-based Preserve A Life wants to make sure the dearly departed are ready for their close-ups.
Letters from the week of October 21, 004
To Yaser with love.
It's great that Colangelo's been dumped. Now real players are taking over.
Voters have the best chance ever of kicking Outlaw Joe to the curb on September 7.
Moore's controversial documentary paints a portrait of incompetence
Neo-conservative Muslim Oubai Shahbandar has been called a liar, a forgerer, a plagiarist. He'd rather answer to Congressman.
Frank Nickman was the perfect pilot-in-training. But some thought he was just another terrorist.
The Valley's bid for the Big Game may be derailed by five missing tortoise babies
2002 spent the year in a 9/11 hangover. Through the confusion, notable and amazing works still arose
A ragtag group of Valley janitors says a local maintenance company needs to come clean with how it does business
Mexico and U.S. authorities finally captured Arizona's leading drug kingpin. Good work, guys. Now let him go.
Radical right capitalizes on September 11 fears
From the week of October 18, 2001