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Ever heard of a West Point graduate seeking a conscientious objector discharge? Meet Major Ann Marie Tate
Despite a celebrated history, Native American transgenders struggle in the modern world
Ike Diogu's the Pac-10's player of the year. Will he stay at ASU or go to the NBA for millions?
Michael Crow has made ASU's frat boys his bitches.
Jerry's gotten rich on our backs. Here's how the $400 million Phoenix Suns deal went down.
Lou Reed gets to interpret Edgar Allan Poe. He's excited.
The Arizona Legislature may prove to be too much for ASU's unsinkable Michael Crow
Arizona's organ donations are in trouble for a reason.
A freshman mixer with new ASU prez Michael Crow
Celebrated ASU playwright Guillermo Reyes -- who's Latino and gay -- gives thundering voice to the marginalized
Peter Guralnick's Careless Love sheds new light on the opaque unraveling of Elvis Presley
Hollywood's legendary script doctor Robert Towne won an Oscar for writing Chinatown and polished films from The Godfather to Armageddon; now he helms Without Limits, a film bio of an Olympic runner
So would Scottsdale Community College, where Sheridan made his Academy Award-winning student film
Not so long ago, upstart Channel 15 aired the most inventive, substantial TV news ever seen in Arizona. Now, in a quest for better ratings, it's trying to be like all the rest.
A professional Phoenix woman wanted to help one poor, "at risk" family. It was the type of private initiative that both political parties say will ease the harsh impacts of welfare reform. Her three-year experiment in personal responsibility rescued an 1
ASU art professor Joe Young has spent four years telling the world he's the victim of institutional homophobia. But he's no victim. He's the incredibly persistent aggressor in a long, vicious game of smear-the-boss.
Luis Sharpe led a double life. In public, he was an admired NFL star. In private, he was a crackhead hell-bent on self-destruction.