President George H W Bush walks course during his golf game with son Jeb, not shown, at the Cape Arundel Golf Club on Aug. 27, 1990 in Kennebunkport in Maine. The president is scheduled to meet with Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney Monday at his Walker's Point home. (AP Photo/Doug Mills)
Pres. George H. W. Bush, right, and Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, left, stand at attention as they listen to their respective anthems during a welcoming ceremony at Kubba Palace, Friday, Nov. 23, 1990, Cairo, Egypt. Later on Friday Bush travels to Geneva to meet Syrian President Hafez El…
This picture was taken two weeks ago while singer Eddie Fisher was appearing at Caesars Palace and Connie Stevens appeared at the Flamingo across the street, April 23, 1969, Las Vegas, Nev. Fisher, 41, filed for divorce in Santa Monica, Calif., Tuesday against Miss Stevens, 31. They were mar…
Hardships were part of life for Southern Arizona pioneers in the
mid-1800s, but the trials endured by Larcena Pennington Page would
have brought the toughest frontiersman to his knees.
The recipient of this week's Ben's Bell is Dorothy Murphy, who
comforts grieving pet owners after the deaths of beloved animal
Superheroes, pirates, witches and ninjas descended on the Villa
Hermosa retirement community this week in an effort to spread some
WASHINGTON — Dozens of lawmakers have drawn scrutiny from their
ethics monitor this year for everything from financial dealings to
travel and campaign donations, according to a leaked account
showing an active House panel secretly at work.
WASHINGTON — Hours after a personal encounter with the grim cost
of war, President Obama said Thursday the sight of 18 flag-covered
cases holding the remains of Americans killed this week in
Afghanistan can't help but influence his thinking about sending
more troops overseas.
George is trying to wake the dead at the top of Elaine May's new
play, which opened Oct. 23 at Arizona Theatre Company. The rich
codger gently prods his young wife to join the land of the
Ballet Tucson hopes to sparkle Saturday night at the opening
gala for its 24th season.
For Mark Matos, the decision to break up his popular Tucson band
Campo Bravo came in the form of an enlightening acid trip.
About 80 Girl Scouts joined forces Saturday with a local
homeowners association and several environmental groups to clear
giant reed plants and do other activities during Make a Difference
Day along Sabino Creek.