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  • By Michael Gerson The Washington Post

The Republican Party is undergoing its most significant foreign policy debate since President Richard Nixon dismissed then-Gov. Ronald Reagan …

  • By Kim Smith Arizona Daily Star

U.S. Supreme Court Justices Antonin Scalia and Stephen Breyer drew laughs from taking a few good-natured jibes at one another, while raising t…

  • Photo by Dean Knuth/Arizona Daily Star

 

Tucson Time Capsule is a daily feature, a photographic record of Tucson as it was. If you have a memory of an event, go to go.azstarnet.com/ti…

  • ALAN BERNER / ARIZONA DAILY STAR 1979

 

Tucson Time Capsule is a daily feature, a photographic record of Tucson as it was. If you have a memory of an event, please go to go.azstarnet…

  • BRUCE McCLELLAND / ARIZONA DAILY STAR 1984

 

  • Opinion by George F. Will Washington Post Writers Group

WASHINGTON

  • Opinion by Cal Thomas Tribune Media Services

"War will continue until the end . . ."

  • By Rhonda Bodfield arizona daily star

Big tax cuts and toll roads are among Republican gubernatorial candidate John Munger's plans for injecting life into the state's economy.

 

CALIFORNIA

  • Ben Margot

 

When the presidential debate between President Reagan and his challenger, Walter F. Mondale, took place on Oct. 7, 1984, Frieda Baker watched …

  • BRUCE MCCLELLAND / ARIZONA DAILY STAR 1984

 

Giffords votes as an American

HAVANA (AP) — A senior U.S. diplomat who traveled to Havana for the highest-level talks with Cuban officials in decades also met with oppositi…

WASHINGTON — Ever since President Ronald Reagan proposed building a ballistic missile shield in 1983 to prevent a doomsday scenario, the idea …

 

  • By William Safire

William Safire, whose column appeared on this page for 33 years, often on Mondays, died Sunday after a battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 7…