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Authorities say a Gilbert man reported missing earlier this week has been found dead in Superior.
(L-R) Gilbert residents Eloise, Marie Pierre, and Annecy Silverstein, 3, play in the sand during the Little Nature Explorers class at the Riparian Preserve at Water Ranch in Gilbert on Wednesday, May 14, 2014.
New York Governor George Pataki, left, and New Jersey Governor John Corzine are followed by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and World Trade Center developer Larry Silverstein as they walk by construction equipment at the Freedom Tower site Thursday.
NEW YORK - The World Trade Center's owner on Monday scrapped the schedule for the prolonged rebuilding of the site of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, saying nearly every project is delayed and over budget and that the latest estimates are unrealistic.
"Nikita" is getting reborn (8 p.m. Thursday, CW).
NEW YORK - After months of disputes over the future of ground zero, state and city officials finally brought in the heavy equipment and began construction Thursday on the 1,776-foot Freedom Tower that will rise at the World Trade Center site.
LOS ANGELES -- Viewers were fuming and David Letterman was cracking wise about Fox promotions for "Joe Millionaire" that seemed to promise more than the show delivered.
NEW YORK - Beyonce Knowles and her mother, Tina Knowles, have been sued for $1.5 million by a former business associate who claims they neglected to compensate him for securing a deal involving their House of Dereon clothing line.
SAN FRANCISCO - The latest "Got Milk?" commercial hit a little too close to home for Major League Baseball. Poking fun at the league's steroid scandal, the television ad for the California Milk Processor Board talks about a player getting pulled from a game "after testing positive for a performance-enhancing substance."
Few, if any, patients who check into the University of Utah's Huntsman Cancer Institute for surgery or chemotherapy will give a moment's thought to whether its medicine cabinet is stocked.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. - When Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded Google on Sept. 7, 1998, they had little more than their ingenuity, four computers and an investor’s $100,000 bet on their belief that an Internet search engine could change the world.
I’m not supposed to write about political fallout. Like Hillary Clinton and sexism, Obama and racism, or McCain and ageism. But I’m not stopped from writing about these issues when they show up in other parts of the culture.
NEW YORK -- The city intends to fill its vacant skyline with an airy spire that stands taller than any other building in the world and defiantly recalls the year of America's independence with its height of 1,776 feet.
Stun-gun maker Taser International has started telling police agencies to avoid firing the devices at suspects' chests, explaining that there's an "extremely low" risk of ill effects on the heart and that doing so will make defending lawsuits easier.
DS The Studio has just moved from its previous location, near the California Pizza Kitchen-anchored shopping center south of Scottsdale Road and Shea Boulevard, into new and expansive digs a mile or so south in The Shops at Gainey Village.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Kris Kristofferson, who has written some of country music's most enduring hits, will receive CMT's Johnny Cash Visionary Award, the cable network announced Monday.
NEW YORK - Two plans featuring structures that would rise taller than any other in the world have been picked as finalists in the selection of a design to rebuild the World Trade Center, officials said Tuesday.
As a child, Melissa Richardson was bounced between foster care homes, group homes and her mother’s home. Stability was in short supply.
Rachel McAdams wakes up in the hospital after a serious car accident with no memory of the past five years of her life and discovers she's married to Channing Tatum, lives in a spacious, boho-chic loft and has a successful career as a Chicago artist.
NEW YORK - In the world of celebrity news, prematurely declaring the birth of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's twins is like calling an election before enough votes are counted. That was the problem facing the TV show "Entertainment Tonight," which on Monday would not discuss its report that Jolie had given birth, even though Pitt's manager and other news organizations had declared it untrue.
LOS ANGELES - A former lawyer for Phil Spector reluctantly testified under threat of jail Thursday that she saw a defense forensic expert pick up a small white object at the scene of Lana Clarkson's death. Sara Caplan said the object was not the size of a missing piece of the actress' fingernail.
With his family’s blessing, Luis Gonzalez returned to his Diamondbacks’ family Wednesday, arriving in time to start in left field after missing three games following the death of his stepfather, Ken Silverstein, from a heart attack on Saturday.
WEST WINDSOR, N.J. - When Peter Ferris was hired by Tyco International five years ago, he received an employee handbook but little other formal training in business ethics.