Seventy-two years ago, the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, brought the U.S. into World War II. In his address asking Congress for a declaration of war, President Franklin D. Roosevelt called Dec. 7, 1941, a date that "will live in infamy."
It ranks higher than a book about Bonnie and Clyde. It's on the heels of a Tony Hillerman collection of nonfiction essays.
Designers and editors have been in the newsroom since the early morning hours today putting some of the final and biggest touches on this year's huge Thanksgiving Day paper.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles, a former Arizona Wildcat, is turning heads across the National Football League with his exceptional play. We explore what people across the country are saying about him.
Thanks to Navy Office of Community Outreach MC2 (SW/AW) Jesse Dick and photographer Veronica Mammina, a Navy Mass Communication Specialist Seaman for sending the Star this photo of Jeremy Reitz, an Aviation Support Equipment Support Technicia…
Some “Tales from the Morgue” series are now available as eBooks along with some other Arizona Daily Star special sections. Click the links below the book covers to go to the pages on Amazon.com and Barnesandnoble.com
Just in time for Halloween, check out some of the bizarre and scary images captured by Google Street View. Some have easy explanations, but some are just downright strange.
Part of a contest held for Arizona Daily Star employees, the challenge awards winners based on who has the funniest, scariest or most creative pumpkin. What pumpkin has your vote?
Sandy came ashore on Oct. 29, 2012, sending floodwaters pouring across the densely populated barrier islands of Long Island and the Jersey shore. In New York City, the storm surge hit nearly 14 feet, swamping the city’s subway and commuter ra…
With budget cuts looming under sequester, the future of the A-10s, the Warthog, is uncertain.
(Updated October 2013) Mug shots and crime stories about inmates on Arizona's death row. Crime information comes directly from the Arizona Department of Corrections website. Warning: graphic details.
Dozens of soldiers with Southern Arizona ties have died during the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts.
Now that it's over, some critics are calling U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz's effort a "talkathon," not a real filibuster.
The former House majority leader was sentenced to three years in prison in January 2011 for money laundering and conspiracy, but his sentence was on hold while his case was appealed. Now a Texas court has reversed the convictions. The case li…
The Seattle-based company asks customers to leave their weapons at home or in their car, and coffee drinkers energetically respond.
According to the Chase Calendar of Events, today is "Happiness Happens Day." We can all use a little more happiness. Take a break from the serious news and find something beautiful or fun to ease your mind. Pay attention to the good things th…
The Sonoran hot dog had been named one of the top five hot dogs in America by Steven Raichlen, a grilling expert and blogger for the Huffington Post. Read the story here.
U.S. News and World Report's travel site has placed Tucson ninth in its list of the 13 best weekend getaways.
A dried-out batch of asparagus has touched off a debate about racial discrimination, grocery stores and the role of citizen-led commissions.
A pair of Wisconsin legislators, among others, are up in arms over a heavily armed, Scottsdale-based private security force hired to protect a new iron-ore mine under construction in northern Wisconsin.