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FLAGSTAFF — Arizona tribal members say they're shocked by a television sitcom that made fun of one of the most pervasive social ills on American Indian reservations — alcoholism.
NEW YORK - The late "60 Minutes" journalist Ed Bradley was eulogized as a man who believed he was doing God's work during a memorial Tuesday that drew admirers from National Basketball Association Commissioner David Stern to shock jock Howard Stern.
At the Wyndham Buttes Hotel in Tempe, a small planning committee for Out & Equal, a gay and lesbian organization, is working on arrangements to fill as many as 1,000 room nights in September for the group’s national get-together.
TEHRAN, Iran - Iran convicted an American journalist of spying for the United States and sentenced her to eight years in prison, her lawyer said Saturday, complicating the Obama administration's efforts to break a 30-year-old diplomatic deadlock with Tehran.
ROME - An Italian parliamentary commission concluded "beyond any reasonable doubt" that the Soviet Union was behind the 1981 attempt to kill Pope John Paul II - a theory long alleged but never proved, according to a draft report made available Thursday.
At least 6,000 Hispanic professionals will be heading to the Valley this fall for the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 24th annual National Convention and Business Expo.
STOCKHOLM • A new book claims IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad's youth ties with Nazi groups extended beyond what he has previously admitted, saying Sweden's intelligence agency even set up a special file on him.
My friend Alice called while she had several hours' layover before returning to Iraq. The civilian contract worker was home on leave but is now returning.
WASHINGTON - Lucy and Ethel lose their struggle with a chocolate assembly line. Joe Friday demands "just the facts" with a penetrating gaze. A secret word brings Groucho a visit from a duck.
NEW YORK - George Plimpton, the self-deprecating author of "Paper Lion" and other sporting adventures and a patron to Philip Roth, Jack Kerouac and countless other writers, has died. He was 76.
VATICAN CITY - Pope John Paul II, who helped topple communism in Europe and left a deeply conservative stamp on the church that he led for 26 years, died Saturday night in his Vatican apartment, ending a long public struggle against debilitating illness. He was 84.
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