Vladimir Putin is a lucky man. And he’s got three more years of luck to come.
There seems to be a growing consensus that the Republicans have a real shot at recapturing the Senate in the next midterm elections, giving them further opportunity, if not total assurance, of making President Obama’s next years in office meaningless.
WASHINGTON — Convenience stores will have to start stocking a variety of “staple foods” alongside the snacks and fountain drinks if they want to keep accepting food stamps, under a little-noticed section of the farm bill.
The following editorial appeared Friday in the Los Angeles Times:
When Jonathan Batiste takes the Club Congress stage tonight, he will have the distinction of being the first musical artist in recent memory to perform at the downtown venue as part of a UApresents concert season.
Outkast rapper tries popular downtown eatery
A little New Orleans flavor in the Old Pueblo.
PIERRE PART, La. — A Louisiana sheriff says a cast member of the reality TV show “Swamp People” has died.
Tom Beal continues his search for fine food and brew in Tucson, this time landing at the fairly new Parish, at 6453 N. Oracle Road. Here's a snippet of what he discovered; for the full review, see Thursday's Caliente section.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Residents of some Western and Plains states
were digging out Friday after an early blast of snow. Meanwhile,
heavy rain and winds that toppled trees, power lines and church
steeples lashed parts of the South, leaving three people dead.
Jeff Tedford takes exception to the idea that Stanford ran all
over Arizona State last week.
U.S. investigators found elevated sulfur emissions from Chinese
drywall, though they stopped short of linking the building material
to ailments cited by many of the 1,900 homeowners who filed
Defense attorneys are neither entitled to the source code for
the breath-testing machine commonly used in DUI cases nor to its
software, the Arizona Court of Appeals based in Tucson ruled this
Scheduling tough opponents might not be the best formula for BCS
WASHINGTON — The rush to implement a tax credit for first-time
home buyers opened the program up to potential fraud by people who
hadn't bought a home or already owned one, Congress was told