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The Grand Canyon National Park is set to reopen Saturday.
State lawmakers are moving to let Arizona businesses refuse to disclose to those who might want to sue them what the company knew about defective products.
The way Adam Chodorow sees it, there's a big gap in federal estate and income tax laws: They don't deal with zombies.
Without a single Democrat in support, state lawmakers gave final approval Saturday to a $194 million fix to the budget, but not before some name-calling and partisan acrimony, setting the stage for the divisive regular session to come.
The failure of lawmakers to patch a problem in the public financing system could effectively force candidates next year to go back to running for office the way they did years ago: taking money from special interests and other private sources.
Conservatives love to complain about Hollywood liberalism, but most of the political films that shuffle through the cineplexes are standard-issue leftie hackwork that neither persuade nor succeed. You can see them coming a mile away. And then you get something like "WALL-E," Pixar's postmodern masterpiece, which is one of the most subversive films I've ever seen.
Your double-take was understandable as you drove by the Barry Goldwater Memorial Park at Tatum Boulevard and Lincoln Drive in Paradise Valley. Your eyes did not deceive you. Yes, the proud statue of Barry Goldwater anchoring the corner actually did roll its eyes.
Perhaps the most interesting personality on either team is Ohio State receiver Anthony Gonzalez, a philosophy major who earlier this week said college athletes were the most exploited group of people in the United States.
NEW YORK - Maybe it’s just a little naive to be surprised that a high-paid executive might expect his company to pay his personal income taxes.