TEMPE — The NFL has given the Arizona Cardinals a 24-hour
extension to the television blackout deadline for Sunday's game in
Glendale against the Carolina Panthers.
The Western Music Association was born in Tucson in the late
1980s, and the city proudly staged a weeklong Western music
festival here until the early 2000s.
Many events offer discounted tickets for students, seniors,
military and others. Call venue for details.
A former state parks steward is at odds with Pima County over
cleaning up trash at an archaeological site on the far northwest
KABUL — Facing Taliban threats and approaching winter snows,
Afghan election officials must now scramble to organize a runoff
presidential election on Nov. 7 after a grim President Hamid Karzai
bowed to intense U.S. pressure and acknowledged Tuesday that he
fell short of a majority.
KABUL — U.N.-backed fraud investigators on Monday threw out
nearly a third of Afghan President Hamid Karzai's votes from the
August election, undercutting his claim of victory and stepping up
the pressure for him to accept a runoff.
WASHINGTON — The White House signaled Sunday that President
Obama would postpone any decision on sending more troops to
Afghanistan until disputed elections there had been settled and
resulted in a government that could work with the United
KABUL — Afghanistan's election crisis deepened Saturday as
President Hamid Karzai resisted international pressure to accept
fraud rulings that could force him into a runoff with his main
Guest lineup for the Sunday TV news shows:
México consiguió su boleto directo al Mundial de Sudáfrica 2010
y lo logra como segundo lugar.
City Councilman Rodney Glassman, long rumored to be entertaining
a bid for the U.S. Senate, announced the launch of his exploratory
ISLAMABAD — Just last week, Pakistan's foreign minister was
playing down his army's objections to a multibillion-dollar U.S.
aid bill. Days later, after a session with the army chief, he was
back in Washington urging U.S. lawmakers to address the very
concerns he had dismissed.
ST. LOUIS — The Revs. Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson attacked the
bid by Rush Limbaugh to buy the St. Louis Rams on Monday, saying
the conservative radio host's track record on race should exclude
him from owning an NFL team.