Two years after the Tucson shooting in which six people were killed, and 13 others were injured, including then-Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, Giffords and husband Mark Kelly used the date to call for Congress to do something."In response to a horrific series of shootings that has sown terror in ... More >>
Lauren GilgerChef Brian Ferguson outside of 98 South in downtown Chandler.Brian Ferguson runs the most organized, least serious army platoon in town. It's also the tastiest. Those are his words, by the way, "army platoon." He describes his team as "a very tight, cohesive unit. You don't have to ... 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 >>
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Iraq hits the big screen
Letters from the week of April 22, 2004
Vet honored with M medal
From the week of Nov. 29 - Dec. 5
Lydia Millet reads from her latest novel, My Happy Life
With his 160-foot mural in a major museum and his face on the cover of a magazine, artist Steven Yazzie still loves his hometown
Activist passionate about his causes
Celebrated ASU playwright Guillermo Reyes -- who's Latino and gay -- gives thundering voice to the marginalized
Anthrax vaccine opponents are finding more allies in Congress
Dr. Pietr Hitzig of Maryland has prescribed a fen-phen panacea for all manner of ailments to thousands of patients he has never met. One of them, Alvin Chernov, killed himself.
It ain't heavy, it's the unclassifiable thunder of Freudian Slip
Arizona Senator John McCain is ready for a presidential run if the national press corps has anything to say about it
Richard Carr, president of a firm that wants to build the $350 million South Mountain Toll Road, has extensive experience in "public-private partnerships." Unfortunately, most of those experiences have been bad.
Laurie Anderson breaks her own rules--again
NFL dumps Arizona group representing black military units as Super Bowl colorguard
JAWAD HASHIM CLAIMS HE'S A BANKRUPT VICTIM OF A VENDETTA BY HIS FORMER BOSS--IRAQ'S FEARED PRESIDENT, SADDAM HUSSEIN. A WEALTH OF EVIDENCE SUGGESTS HASHIM'S JUST ANOTHER SCAM ARTIST WHO WOUND UP IN SCOTTSDALE.
THE STATE'S ENVIRONMENTAL AGENCY SAYS THE DEPARTMENT OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES SHIRKS ITS MANDATE TO CHECK USED OIL FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE