FILE--Marilyn Monroe is seen in a 1954 file photo. A state appeals court Tuesday, Dec. 17, 1996, rejected an attempt to auction off some of Monroe's personal papers, including a love letter from husband Joe DiMaggio. The court ruled Tuesday that the seller did not legally own the papers in q…
Seven of these eight costumed clowns are radio and television personalities, while the eighth (third from right) is Otto Griebling, who earns his livelihood as a clown with Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus. Group gathered at New York's Madison Square Garden, April 1, 1953 for o…
Skee Otar's hands are over her head as her pachyderm does a headstand during performance of Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus in Madison Square Garden in New York on April 9, 1949. (AP Photo/Matty Zimmerman)
Beyond TucsonGabe Zimmerman, left, who was killed Jan. 8, 2011, with father Ross in the Catalina Mountains. The two hiked, biked and spent time outdoors together.
At their Morningside Heights home in New York City, under an address plate numbered "1600" -- the number of the White House on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C. -- President-elect Dwight D. Eisenhower and first lady-elect, his wife Mamie, end an election night to remember on Nov. 5, 19…
Sunlight is the best disinfectant. Fight bad speech with more speech. I don't approve of what you say, but I'll defend to the death your right to say it.
Audrey Meadows holds her Emmy in New York City on March 8, 1955, after being honored as the best supporting actress in a regular series in "The Jackie Gleason Show." (AP Photo)
Andy Griffith, right, star of the Broadway musical "Destry Rides Again" and a native of North Carolina, pins a badge on the lapel of Ernest F. Hollings, governor of South Carolina, after performance at night on May 21, 1959 in the Imperial Theater, New York. (AP Photo)
A picture of an 8-year-old Veronica Bray sits on the lunar
researcher's desk. In it, she is holding a book - "The Usborne
First Guide to the Universe" - and wearing a proud smile.
I will always remember my son Gabriel, who died in the Congress
on Your Corner shootings on Jan. 8. This was the 20th Congress on
Your Corner he arranged while he served as Gabrielle Giffords'
district outreach director.
Photo courtesy of the office of U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords
Here in Tucson, where Central Arizona Project (CAP) water is so
important to our future, we've learned to pay attention to what's
happening along the Colorado River. You've probably heard about
historically low water levels in Lake Mead and the potential for a
"shortage" of Colorado River wa…
Editor's note: The following is from the father of Gabriel
Zimmerman, who was one of six people killed in the Jan. 8 shooting
rampage. Gabe was the community outreach director for U.S. Rep.
Gabrielle Giffords, who was critically wounded in the attack.
The importance of water has been a topic of discussion in the
Tucson region for decades. We can be proud of the planning and
forethought that has been a hallmark of our water policy, and the
commitment of our local leaders to support water conservation.
The Canyon del Oro boys soccer team (8-1) came out aggressively
against the visiting Douglas Bulldogs (3-2-1), scoring the first
goal five minutes into the game en route to a 5-1 victory.
Tucson running back Markes Reed wanted more touches in the
second half of Senior Night on Friday, and the generously listed
5-foot-8-inch player got his wish.
'America's People, America's Talent . . . America's Strength" is
the theme of October's National Disability Employment Awareness
Month, which began in 1945 as "National Employ the Physically
In November 1986, the Arizona Republican Party held an
election-night celebration at a Phoenix hotel to toast its
victorious candidates. The marquee attraction was a two-term
congressman named John McCain, who won the Senate seat vacated by
GOP icon Barry Goldwater.
While pregnant with her first child, Meridith Duffy cried nearly
every day — to her dog trainer.
If copying is the sincerest form of flattery, Target Corp.
should feel great about itself these days.
The only thing more Kentucky than the thundering horses of the
Kentucky Derby is the bourbon swirling amid crushed ice and mint in