APS isn't funding a campaign by a Virginia conservative group that attacks solar-power installers, a utility spokesman says. But that doesn't mean the company doesn't appreciate the hard-hitting ad that has generated 145,000 views on YouTube. "We're happy they support out point of view," says Jim ... More >>
Pearce's big money-grab, and it's all legalTo cop a line from the Notorious B.I.G., "Gimme the loot! Gimme the loot!"That's what Republican state Senate President-elect Russell Pearce might as well be saying with a recent e-mail announcing a fundraiser on January 7, 2011, just three days before Ariz ... More >>
By Michael Lacey State checks that finance aid for the severely disabled have gone missing for months. Hanky panky or a sign of the economic times and a harbinger of things to come? Since the answer involves some of the largest corporate names in philanthropy, the government will not be able to duc ... More >>
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SunCor filed a lawsuit, and wound up getting slapped with a $28.6 million jury verdict
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Look out, McCain. There's a woman after you.
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