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Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., will mix campaign politics with promoting her autobiography when she visits the Valley on Monday.
There are just two days remaining before the primary election, so let’s recap some of the “highlights” of the races so far.
BRUSSELS, Belgium - President Bush scolded Russia for backsliding on democracy Monday and urged Mideast allies to take difficult steps for peace, appealing for Europe's help in both troubled areas to "set history on a hopeful course."
In the most recent of David Plouffe’s Organizing for America e-mailing’s (which go to friend and foe alike), he made the following claim:
18-year-old Tyler Hudgins spends more time in the council chambers than just about anyone who isn't on the council or the town payroll and hopes to be a councilman himself someday.
SALT LAKE CITY - Utah's leaders and believers mourned the death of Gordon B. Hinckley, the humble head of the Mormon church who added millions of new members and labored long to burnish the faith's image as a world religion.
Fred and Sam (NOTE: The names have been changed to protect the guilty) found it boring to sit around keeping track of their millions and billions of dollars — so they decided to buy the White House. They didn’t want to go to all the trouble of starting new political parties, so they went out and bought a couple. They kept all the same names, slogans, logos and literature so that very few voters were any the wiser.
The phones didn’t work at Arizona American Water Co. when it needed to warn you about the trichloroethylene-contaminated water flowing through your water pipes. But they are working fine now.
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June 21, 2004
WASHINGTON — The Bush administration's Justice Department's actions were inappropriately political, but not criminal, when it fired a U.S. attorney in 2006, prosecutors said Wednesday in closing a two-year investigation without filing charges.
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama on Thursday blamed immigration policy gridlock on "political posturing and special interest wrangling."
The Republican primary race between two longtime political allies and personal friends for Gilbert's Senate seat was shaped, in large part, by a bitter dispute over a proposed theme park in Eloy.
Like his late father, it sometimes seems that Mark Drinkwater can't get away from politics.
Just about any visitor who passes the rambling, twostory, red-brick former seat of Pinal County can grasp how this old courthouse links modern Florence with Arizona’s emergence from a Wild West territory into our nation’s 48th state.
On Dec. 21, John McCain went to the Senate floor to address his colleagues about the end of a months’ long standoff with the White House over what the law should say about proper interrogation techniques for suspected terrorists in U.S. custody. Or did he?
Arizona State University Art Museum director Marilyn Zeitlin says \"Democracy in America: Political Satire Then and Now\" is an examination of the history of politics through satiric artworks.
NEW YORK - If Caroline Kennedy had, you know, only known. Tracking the would-be New York senator's verbal tics has become a political parlor game in the days since she gave her first round of in-depth interviews, even spawning a hip-hop-style mash-up online blending her "you knows" with President-elect Barack Obama's "uhs."
For politically-active people who talk of the importance of remembering history, Jewish voters must enjoy playing Charlie Brown with one particular political football, the location of the U.S. Embassy to Israel.
The Summer Games have begun. Originally a local event dedicated to the gods of Mount Olympus, the modern games gather the best athletes of the whole world.
From all appearances, three men who ran as Libertarians for legislative seats in the East Valley's District 17 weren't serious about getting elected. It seems, rather, that they were out to have a good time — with the help of about $100,000 from the state's Clean Elections Commission.
As Scottsdale City Council candidate Tony Nelssen likes to tell people, he never moved to Scottsdale. Scottsdale moved to him.
Arizona lawmakers want to mandate that teachers can't curse in the classroom or influence how future voters make decisions at the polls.
Jay Ambrose: For the sake of helping Harry Reid stay in office, President Barack Obama is prepared to renege on his promise to keep faith with science, would happily cost utility customers tons of money and -- last in this list, but hardly least -- scrap the possibility of this country having a robust energy future.