Limbaugh says Colbert is not funny. Rush knows funny. That’s why he’s still on AM radio, where America turns for hilarious satire when the Victophone stops working. Here are today's headlines:
We asked Arizona’s congressional delegation, and candidates for Congress, for their thoughts on SB 1062, the Arizona legislation that would allow businesses to refuse service to people based on religious beliefs. The legislation passed the state House and Senate, and is awaiting a decision f…
Here are the guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows:
More than 1 out of every 4 Tucsonans lives in Poverty which is due north of Dire Poverty and 3-streets over from Chronic Poverty. I call it the Tri-Cities because everyone is trying their best to stay afloat, which is easier said than done in this waterless desert.
Maybe the party is finally over. Meaning not simply the Grand Old Party, but more specifically the bacchanal of the bizarre and carnival of crazy to which it has lately devolved. So obvious has this devolution become that even Republican stalwarts have been heard to decry the parody of a par…
In response to CNN journalist Anderson Cooper’s recent 36-hour blindness scare, the American Academy of Ophalmology is reminding the public about the damage that too much UV light can inflict on the eyes.
NEW YORK — Anderson Cooper, who has been reluctant to talk about his personal life in public, revealed that he is gay in an essay posted online on Monday.
WASHINGTON — Ann Romney fought back Thursday against a Democrat who suggested she’s no economic expert because she “hasn’t worked a day in her life.” Raising the five Romney sons, she said, was such a full-time job that her husband, Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney, considered i…
Preparations are under way on a stage at the Mesa Arts Center
for tonight's GOP presidential debate, hosted by CNN and the
Republican Party of Arizona. One of the four candidates - Rick
Santorum - will visit Tucson this morning.
Arizona State University journalism students stand in for the
Republican presidential candidates on stage at the Mesa Arts
Center. The center was busy Tuesday preparing for tonight's
PHOENIX - While tonight's presidential debate airs nationwide,
at least some of the pitch by the four contenders will be toward
someone sitting front and center: Gov. Jan Brewer.
All four Republican presidential candidates will be visiting
Tucson's TV screens tonight as CNN airs what could be the last
debate of this primary season from Mesa at 6 p.m.
PHOENIX — A nationally televised Arizona debate for Republican
presidential candidates has been pushed back to Feb. 22.