The Iraqi refugee who's accused of killing a man in Maricopa and planting a bomb at a Social Security Administration office in Casa Grande was sentenced to five years in prison on federal weapons charges.Abdullatif Aldosary still faces state charges related to the murder and the bombing.
Abdullatif Aldosary -- the Iraqi refugee accused of detonating an "explosive device" outside the Social Security Administration building in Casa Grande in November -- apparently will be charged in a murder that occurred just days before the bombing.Orlando Requena, 26, was working the overnight shif ... More >>
Republican Congressman Paul Gosar claims he wants answers to his questions about alleged federal-building bomber Abdullatif Aldosary.A letter from Gosar's chief of staff to immigration officials says Gosar wants to know why Aldosary -- whom Gosar falsely claims is a "known terrorist" -- wasn't depor ... More >>
Conservative political commentator Debbie Schlussel can sometimes wildly miss the mark on her points -- occasionally dabbling in conspiracy-theory-level stuff -- but she's got one hell of a question for Republican Congressman Paul Gosar.If Gosar knew in 2011 that Abdullatif Aldosary was a "known ter ... More >>
Abdullatif Aldosary -- the Coolidge resident accused of detonating an "explosive device" outside the Social Security Administration building in Casa Grande a couple weeks ago -- pleaded not guilty today on two charges related to that bombing.Aldosary, an Iraqi refugee, faces just one charge related ... More >>
End the War CoalitionNow if this could actually happen...A couple of weeks back, I blogged on the obscenity of Arizona's business elite feting "Bush's brain" and "war criminal" Karl Rove on November 9 at the Sheraton as part of the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce's "Phoenix Forum" speaker seri ... More >>
A conversation with director James Longley
ASU's museum was forced to censor its political art show, but did its director have to bend over?
Sheriff Joe's goons launched an assault to make a misdemeanor arrest. The Raid left a burned house, a terrified neighborhood and a dead dog
Moore's controversial documentary paints a portrait of incompetence
The Spike gets down with MTV and Jello Biafra
Aryanfest was hardly the badass event it billed itself. Shaved-headed men hugged each other like they were at a gay pride picnic.
International Baccalaureate students learn that the best revenge for a nerd is a great education -- in elitism
Down-home-cooking that's healthier and tasty
Frank Nickman was the perfect pilot-in-training. But some thought he was just another terrorist.
The Arizona Legislature may prove to be too much for ASU's unsinkable Michael Crow
Letters from the week of May 8, 2003
Unions and developers battle over proposed building regs
Shouldn't drive SUVs. Or Should They?
Phoenix police officer Frank Brown's elaborate tale of a back-road ambush is drawing fire from inside his own department
The sting targeted stores selling over-the-counter medicines that could be cooked into meth. But the cops warned major retailers to stop the sales while throwing the book at mom-and-pop shops, most of which are owned by Arab immigrants.
Arizona Senator John McCain is ready for a presidential run if the national press corps has anything to say about it
THE VALLEY'S HOTTEST POLITICAL STRATEGISTS TEAMED UP TO PUSH MLK DAY. NO WONDER IT FAILED.
THE WASHINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT JUST LOVES TO RECALL BOARD MEMBERS. THIS TIME THE FIGHTING VERGES ON THE CHILDISH.