Sen. John McCain hosted a town hall meeting in downtown Tucson Monday, asking business owners to tell him how the Affordable Care Act, or “Obamacare,” has affected hiring and other business decisions.
This Halloween the sight of hundreds of 4 foot high ”Walter Whites” at your door can only mean one of three things:
This Halloween I expect all self-respecting zombies to be using our city crosswalks, taking the day off from their job at the County Clerk’s Office, complaining about the shortage of organically grown cerebral tissue and fighting Hannibal Lecter over that last piece of brain. And you, the on…
Don't be so high handed about pop stars. The only barrier to you going trick or treating as Miley Cyrus is finding the right affordable wrecking ball, public decency laws, self-respect and the fact you can’t find your old Gene Simmons “Kiss” tongue.
It’s a great time of year to go for a hike in the desert and find yourself. All I found was a swarm of Killer Bees and a German tourist who’s been lost since June.
Hikers, bird-watchers, picnickers — heck, just about everybody who loves the outdoors — cheered the reopening Thursday of Sabino Canyon and Saguaro National Park near Tucson.
Fox News won the 2013 Nobel Prize for Physics by proving that dense objects exist in a parallel universe.
Popular Madera Canyon is the latest victim of the federal government’s partial shutdown.
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Barber backs funding for families of fallen service members
Mount Rushmore is closed. Not because of the Republican shutdown. Washington, Jefferson, Teddy and Lincoln can’t stop rolling their eyes and gagging.
Here at Fitzsimmons & No Associates Research we pride ourselves on accuracy, timeliness, our handsome white lab coats and our state-of-the-art clipboards. In the last 24-hours we polled 2,567 Americans on the matter of the government shutdown and here is what they said:
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Senate approved legislation Wednesday to lock in $85 billion in widely decried spending cuts aimed at restraining soaring federal deficits — and to avoid a government shutdown just a week away.