The estimates of the number of people who witnessed President Barack Obama's inauguration on Tuesday range from a high of 1.8 million to a low of 800,000. Arizona State University Journalism professor Stephen Doig is responsible for the lower figure. "My job as a journalist is to call them as I see ... More >>
Jan Brewer took her oath of office as governor of Arizona today, completing the transfer of power required after Janet Napolitano left the state to become secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Here's a shot of her accepting a Native American blessing on stage just prior to officiall ... More >>
Napolitano looks like she's enjoying herself at the inauguration.And, man, did she score a sweet spot to view Obama's speech -- right behind the new president.
A New Jersey company that processes payments for tens of thousands of American restaurants and other small businesses had its electronic pockets picked in a data breach that may be the country's largest ever.And it waited until Inauguration Day to let us know about it.A Washington Post article by ... More >>
Before the election, the stretch of Roosevelt around 6th Street seemed unusually busy, no doubt due to the Obama campaign headquarters located in an old house, amid the art galleries and shops. Brilliantly, pastry guru Tammie Coe -- whose shop is right across the street -- came up with Obama lo ... More >>
By Amy Silverman and Sarah Fenske Like John McCain, we're going to keep this one short and sweet. Barack Obama is the next president of the United States, and while there are a lot of Republicans here at the Biltmore who aren't happy about that, many were as gracious as the Arizona senator. W ... More >>