This winter's forecast: plenty of snow and travelers fleeing it.
The journey to the launch pad is over, but Curiosity's mission is just beginning. In August, she will arrive at Gale Crater, and I know I'll be watching as she descends through the Martian atmosphere.
Every U.S. city is rushing to adopt a sustainability plan, but urban policymakers need to make sure these programs are genuinely inclusive.
Occupy Phoenix faces some unique challenges. Despite the fall of Pearce, we remain an extraordinarily conservative state with a very strong old boy's network - in both parties. Money talks here too, despite foreclosure, unemployment and generally high rates of personal misery. Bucking the system is just not cool - yet.
With the Arizona Supreme Court giving the final green light last week, the historic recall election of self-proclaimed "Tea Party President" and SB 1070 architect Russell Pearce has diverged into a spectacular display of high road and low road politics.
In an inspiring defiance of defeat, young Greeks are taking their economy into their own hands and rebuilding its backbone in record numbers. During the first half of this year, 28,603 new businesses opened in Greece.
Do you read so much fiction that visiting a city almost always reminds you of certain novels?
If you're a teacher and have a class and they want to see the world, feel the world and hear the world as it existed and as it currently exists, take them to the Musical Instruments Museum.
A secret operation to run guns across the border to Mexican drug cartels -- overseen by U.S. government agents -- threatens to become a major scandal for the Obama administration.
I think we have two choices: use and understand social media or stick our head in the sand and hope it goes away. And I'm pretty sure it's not going away.
The air traffic control profession just can't get a break. Nevertheless, sending a passenger plane to play fighter jet is wrong in all sorts of ways.
On Friday, for the first time, Arizona's State Transportation Board approved a state rail plan which includes connecting the major metropolitan areas of Phoenix and Tucson by passenger rail.
It seems the Grand Canyon State has lately become as famous for its extremist politics as for its famous national park. Some Arizona residents say they've had enough, they're ready to leave Arizona. But they're not talking about moving to another state. They want to start a state of their own.
Noor Almaleki, a pretty 20-year-old, was walking across a suburban Phoenix parking lot in 2009 when her father slammed into her in his Jeep Grand Cher...
Tahiti 80's The Past, The Present & The Possible is a fun and dynamic record that may very well be their ticket back into America.