Riding the bus into downtown Tucson for work Thursday brought me back to the early 1980s.
NEW YORK — A mom sits at her kitchen table writing something down when her grade schooler saunters up with a big box of Cheerios.
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Two years after Target Corp. angered gay marriage supporters with a political donation that benefited a fiery gay marriage opponent seeking the governor’s office, the retailer is now upsetting same-sex marriage opponents by selling T-shirts to raise money for a group workin…
PHOENIX — Steve Nash scored 18 points and had the sixth
20-assist game of his career Friday night in Phoenix's 123-101 rout
of the Golden State Warriors.
NEW YORK — Regulators shut nine banks Friday, including Los
Angeles-based California National, as the still-weak economy
produces a stream of loan defaults.
The daughter of a Prior Lake, Minn., woman who died after an
Arizona sweat lodge ceremony said she wants the man who led it
Restraint, artistic and emotional, is the great strength of
"Bright Star," opening Friday at the Loft Cinema.
San Antonio — Tony Parker scored 17 points before leaving the
game after a hard fall Wednesday night, and the Spurs beat the
WASHINGTON — Not sleeping, the pilots say. They were engrossed
in a complicated new crew-scheduling program on their laptop
computers as their plane flew past its Minneapolis landing by 150
miles — a cockpit violation of airline policy that could cost them
MINNEAPOLIS — The parents of a southern Minnesota teenager who
once fled the state to avoid chemotherapy went before a judge
Monday and asked for the court's role in the case to end, saying
they are following the advice of doctors and making sure their son
gets the best medical care.
MINNEAPOLIS — Charles Lindbergh famously fell asleep while
crossing the Atlantic, and despite strict federal rules against it,
experienced airline pilots say it's not uncommon to sneak a nap
inside the cockpit.
WASHINGTON — Were the pilots distracted? Catching up on their
sleep? Federal investigators struggled to determine what the crew
members of a Northwest Airlines jetliner were doing at 37,000 feet
as they sped 150 miles past their Minneapolis destination and
military jets readied to chase them…