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  • In Tucson, the hypocrisy footprint

    In Tucson, the hypocrisy footprint
    I call it the swimming pool at the end of time. Roots were chopped, earth scraped, white pipes snaked like the insides of a rocket ship, rebar netted down before the concrete was poured and the tap turned on, filling the pool — which is in my...
  • Too much force at the border

     Too much force at the border
    U.S. Customs and Border Protection, a division of the Department of Homeland Security created after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, is the largest law enforcement agency in the nation. With more than 43,000 Border Patrol agents and customs officers, its...
  • Somebody's all wet over this great Dodgers Poolgate controversy

    Somebody's all wet over this great Dodgers Poolgate controversy
    Every party has a pooper, that's why we invited you, party pooper, party pooper … Ah, some of the Diamondbacks were upset that half the Dodgers’ team came back onto the field after clinching the National League West championship and...
  • PASSINGS: Frederic Franklin, David Morris Kern

    Frederic Franklin Dancer helped popularize modern ballet in U.S. Frederic Franklin, 98, a British-born dancer who helped popularize modern ballet in the United States, died Saturday at a Manhattan, N.Y., hospital of complications from pneumonia,...
  • Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio to be overseen by monitor, judge rules

    For years to come, Sheriff Joe Arpaio can expect to have a federal judge looking over his shoulder, watching almost his every move and those of his deputies. A federal judge Wednesday approved a plan to place an independent monitor inside the Maricopa...
  • Here lies Jim Cook, Arizona's official state fibber

    Truth is overrated. Most of the time, it's boring. "The wind blew." So what? "It blew so hard I saw a chicken lay the same egg twice." Really? Sometimes telling the truth is necessary, but most of the time the plain truth is just that: plain. It...
  • Arizona fire: Photo of fallen firefighters stirs sadness and anger

    Arizona fire: Photo of fallen firefighters stirs sadness and anger
    PRESCOTT, Ariz. -- The photograph is powerful -- compelling in the eyes of some, an insult to others -- showing the body bags containing the remains of the 19 Granite Mountain firefighters lined up on the scorched earth, each draped in an American flag....
  • Jodi Arias: ‘48 Hours’ to replay pivotal 2008 interviews

     
    Interviews that Jodi Arias gave to CBS in 2008 will be replayed this weekend on “48 Hours.” In the two interviews, accused killerĀ Arias talked to CBS shortly after her arrest in former boyfriend Travis Alexander's murder. The episode of &#...
  • Top 3 Concerts of the Coming Week

     
    Here are the Top 3 Concerts of the Coming Week: 1. ELVIS COSTELLO Since his late 1970s start as a new-waver, Elvis Costello has had great success with backing bands such as The Attractions, with whom he was inducted into......
  • Jodi Arias: ‘as good a witness as she possibly could have been’?

     
    Jodi Arias' eight days on the witness stand have been mighty tedious so far. So I look to ABC's “Good Morning America” for the trial recaps of what the program bills as “the break-up murder trial.” The provocative “GMA”...
  • Jodi Arias: ‘You’re under her spell,’ Nancy Grace tells Dan Abrams

     
    Jodi Arias is getting the 7:30 a.m. half-hour where Casey Anthony used to flourish on national morning programs. Arias' latest testimony in her murder trial had the legal analysts on ABC's “Good Morning America” sharply divided Tuesday...