Letters on Rodriguez's temper, homeless housing, west side Haggen, law enforcement raises.
Letters in support of conservation proposition, electric bikes, John McCain, hearing outreach.
World premiere of the play gives a peek at what U.S. presidents might talk about when together.
Longtime D.C. humorist looks at Congress in the GOP's hands.
Expect show on Friday to shed light on GOP dominance in D.C.
Event will be held Tuesday at a private venue in Scottsdale.
Summer’s around the corner and more Americans are spending their vacations stowing away in jetliner wheel wells. Avoiding excessive baggage fees makes the subzero temperatures and lack of oxygen worth it.
Tucson among 10 least funny cities in USA, residents mistake "but it's a dry heat" for punchline
MEXICO CITY — Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez crafted intoxicating fiction from the fatalism, fantasy, cruelty and heroics of the world that set his mind churning as a child growing up on Colombia's Caribbean coast.
South Africa’s Soweto Gospel Choir returns to Tucson for a show at Centennial Hall on Friday.
Limbaugh says Colbert is not funny. Rush knows funny. That’s why he’s still on AM radio, where America turns for hilarious satire when the Victophone stops working. Here are today's headlines:
KIGALI, Rwanda — At the 20th commemoration of the Rwandan genocide, the most moving moments were unplanned.
TEMPE — Former President Bill Clinton said Saturday that the supercharged political environment makes cutting the government’s long-term debt a difficult task — and cited a recent Republican tax plan as a perfect example.
With a new year upon us, we are presented an opportunity to reflect — to look back on our recent history and the greater legacy we can leave behind.
This week, the Senate will vote on a two-year budget deal, the 2014 defense budget and presidential nominees.
There might be more at stake in the race for comptroller of New York City than the future of former Gov. Eliot Spitzer. This could be a final referendum on the sex scandal as we know it, and a reboot on the level of intrusion into the private lives of public servants.
For me the NSA leaker story is not a story about privacy rights or the war on terror. It’s a much bigger story. It’s the story of how remarkably far-reaching our amazing economic recovery has been. High school dropouts are now earning $200,000 a year and vacationing in 5-star hotels in …
The Dow Jones industrial average often makes headlines. But let's not forget everything else that happened as the Dow has twisted and turned Ñ from The Muppets suing Mickey Mouse to John McCain meeting Joe the Plumber.
The one about Bill Clinton never gets old.
I had to laugh when Jay Leno said, "President Obama is brewing his own beer in the White House. Actually, the White House beer is a lot like the Obama administration – great buzz, weak finish."