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Gov. Janet Napolitano has named Kris Mayes, her press aide, as the new state utility regulator on the Arizona Corporation Commission.
WASHINGTON - President Bush's agenda at a NATO summit this week will include pressing alliance members to increase defense spending. Aides say many U.S. allies are ill-equipped for modern military operations.
The longtime spokesman for the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office has been reassigned after refusing to allow journalism students into news conferences and hurling insults at an ASU professor in an e-mail exchange.
WASHINGTON - White House press secretary Ari Fleischer, the public face of the Bush administration through two wars and a terrorist attack, said Monday he will resign in July to enter the private sector.
BEIRUT, Lebanon - Mideast diplomats were pressing Syria to stop backing Hezbollah as the guerrillas fired more deadly rockets onto Israel's third-largest city Sunday. Israel faced tougher-than-expected ground battles and bombarded targets in southern Lebanon, hitting a convoy of refugees.
PARIS - The idea is ambitious: World leaders joined by aides to the new U.S. president-elect would gather before the year's end in New York and attempt to forge a new vision for the global economy.
SEOUL, South Korea - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Thursday she will not presume to tell South Korea or China exactly how they should enforce U.N. sanctions on North Korea, but called on all nations to cooperate.
The White House finally caught a break on scandals. Thanks to the uproar over former GOP Rep. Mark Foley’s steamy e-mails, the departure of a top aide to White House political guru Karl Rove passed, as planned, almost unnoticed.
An attorney for housing advocacy groups asked a judge Wednesday to void a decision by lawmakers to take $50 million from the cash Arizona got as its share of a nationwide mortgage fraud settlement.
KABUL, Afghanistan - The U.S. military said Wednesday that a "renewed sense of urgency" is firing the search for Osama bin Laden, even as it dismissed reports that the fugitive al-Qaida leader had been located near the Afghan-Pakistan border.
The top two leaders in the Arizona Legislature are using their power to give abortion foes more time to pressure Gov. Janet Napolitano into signing legislation imposing a waiting period.
More than 300 major college football and men's basketball players are telling the NCAA and college presidents they want a cut of ever-increasing TV sports revenue to fatten scholarships and cover all the costs of getting a degree, with athletes picking up still more grant money when they graduate.
Former South African President and Robben Island prisoner number 46664 Nelson Mandela, speaks during a press conference to announce a World Aids Day awareness concert at the Nelson Mandela Foundation in Johannesburg, South Africa, Monday, Oct. 1%2
Aides for Democratic Senate candidate Jim Pederson denied entrance to two men affiliated with Republican incumbent Jon Kyl to a Pederson-sponsored Town Hall meeting on public property Monday.
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa - The fifth in a series of international concerts that Nelson Mandela has used to raise awareness about AIDS will be held Dec. 1 in Johannesburg.
Paramedics responding to emergencies often find themselves in the middle of an emotion-filled struggle to get medical information from family members of the patient.
WASHINGTON - With Gulf Coast governors pressing for action, Senate Finance Committee members complained Wednesday that the Bush administration is blocking a bipartisan $9 billion health care package for hundreds of thousands of evacuees from Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
May 19, 2005
When Gov. Janet Napolitano visited the Bishop’s Storehouse complex of the Mormon Church in Mesa on Wednesday, she saw a one-stop social service shop that had some surprising things to offer the rest of the state.
WASHINGTON - While President Bush acknowledges the need for major changes in Iraq, he will not use this week's Iraq Study Group report as political cover for bringing troops home, his national security adviser said Sunday.
RUSUTSU, Japan - Aid for Africa — and whether enough was coming from the world's major economic powers — was in the spotlight Monday as the Group of Eight nations planned to meet with seven African leaders at its annual summit.
BEUTONG ATEUH VILLAGE, Indonesia - With the wheels of his clapboard truck stuck deep in the slippery mud, the driver closed his weary eyes in exasperation. Sabril Swardi has been on the road for five days, delivering rice, dried noodles and bottled water to tsunami victims on the hardest hit west coast of Indonesia’s Northern Sumatra.
October 19, 2004
BAGHDAD, Iraq - Insurgents abducted the local director of CARE International from her car in Baghdad on Tuesday, targeting a charity worker who has championed ordinary Iraqis for decades.
July 20, 2004