Pulitizer Prize-winning says he probably wouldn't be an author without his hometown library.
John Vaillant triumphs in his first novel, says the New York Times Sunday Books Review.
The federal government gives up on effort to make James Risen reveal sources.
Years ago, when all the manufacturing jobs were being outsourced to third-world countries, we ink-stained wretches used to joke, “Well, at least they can’t do that with our jobs.”
Inquiring national minds ask: What accounts for the “super weirdness” in Arizona (Gail Collins, The New York Times, Feb. 26) and “What’s the deal with Arizona?” (Aaron Blake, Washington Post, Feb. 26).
Each day through Jan. 4, we will publish stories from the Arizona Daily Star and Tucson Citizen news archives. This article is from Dec. 23, 1954.
Every student has the right to learn in a school that is safe and equitable. Conflicts arise daily in schools, and historically schools have used a zero-tolerance approach to discipline students.
When James Corrick launched the first TusCon Science Fiction Convention with Carol DePriest in 1974, 2013 was a year straight out of an Arthur C. Clarke novel.
Under the soft glow of a red stoplight, romance novels finally wooed Amy Bright.
Ex-Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra music director now heads orchestras at MIT.
Somebody hacked Burger King’s Twitter account on Monday, posting obscene messages and changing its profile picture to a McDonald’s logo.
BEIJING — Chinese hackers repeatedly penetrated The New York Times’ computer systems over the past four months, stealing reporters’ passwords and hunting for files on an investigation into the wealth amassed by the family of a top Chinese leader, the newspaper reported Thursday.
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