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NEW YORK - Days before the January 2001 inauguration of President Bush, the Onion ran a story headlined: "Bush: `Our Long National Nightmare of Peace and Prosperity Is Finally Over.'"
NEW YORK - ABC News will broadcast five hours of live primary coverage on Super Tuesday as voters in nearly half the country go to the polls next week.
This is an excerpt from an open letter to Maricopa County Attorney General Bill Montgomery:
Mesa estimates that 50,000 people gathered downtown for its inaugural Celebration of Freedom event that included fireworks and pyrotechnics being shot off buildings.
It has long been said that the car part most prone to failure was the nut behind the wheel, and now General Motors seems on the way to solving that weakest link by eliminating it.
After months of threatening to scale back its lucrative Collector Car Auction in Scottsdale in favor of Las Vegas, Barrett-Jackson officials this month are slated to announce the creation of a Sin City event.
With terror alerts being updated daily and war clouds looming, the television networks are obsessing about — Michael Jackson.
Q: I trust you guys, so I have to ask: Is it true that your private Facebook inbox messages are now visible for all to see, from 2010 and earlier? I keep seeing people posting this on Facebook. - Robyn
OK, I admit it. I’ve been glued to my television and computer, watching nonstop, wall-to-wall fire coverage from California. And in the midst of the devastation I find some very hopeful signs.
Instead of banishing their furry friends to the yard, many pet owners are decorating and remodeling their living spaces with their pets' needs in mind.
David Cramer, a baseball fan living in Gilbert, is disappointed the season is about to open without his cable provider carrying the MLB Network.
Federal agents raided a Gilbert gun store on Wednesday, seizing hundreds of high-powered and military-style weapons in the process, though authorities were silent as to why.
In what was called an “unsettling” find, federal agents uncovered a huge cache of assault weapons Saturday morning in a Gilbert storage locker and believe it belongs to a man with a history of threatening police.
A Chipotle Mexican Grill is open at 6602 E. Superstition Springs Blvd. in Mesa. The restaurant chain promotes a variety of socially conscious ideals by selling food that helps family farms, sustainable agriculture and the environment.
A 39,000 square-foot shopping center is planned for the southwest corner of Sossaman Road and Hampton Avenue in Mesa.
Gilbert and Mesa, and now even hyper-regulated Tempe, are loosening their sign codes. And for the sake of businesses and consumers alike, it's about time.
Bill Murray as FDR?
Q: I trust you guys, so I have to ask: Is it true that your private Facebook inbox messages are now visible for all to see, from 2010 and earlier? I keep seeing people posting this on Facebook. — Robyn
Rawhide is gearing up for an entire
Rawhide is gearing up for an entire
Rawhide is gearing up for an entire weekend packed with original Western-style attractions to commemorate its 40th birthday this Saturday, Feb. 12 through Sunday, Feb. 13.
Chandler vs. Hamilton
David Cramer, a baseball fan living in Gilbert, is disappointed the season is about to open without his cable provider carrying the MLB Network. But what irks Cramer even more is how Cox Communications never seemed to know when his neighborhood would be provided the opportunity to watch wall-to-wall baseball.
Whether you are living in a huge mansion or a one-bedroom apartment, they all have one thing in common, and that is a main entrance. In the past, the standing of the homeowner was immediately obvious upon entering. Richly embossed wallcoverings, marble or granite floors, a highly polished console with a silver tray for calling cards, and even fine works of art decorated the wealthiest halls. Country homes opted for practical elements that suited the owners’ lifestyle. Wainscoting, wooden floors with a rag or sisal rug, a simply framed mirror and a bench were rustic and welcoming.
We just moved into the tiniest one-bedroom condo imaginable, just over 500 square feet. Not much of a budget left for decorating, but I was wondering about color. Would you put bold colors in such a small place?