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Sentinel editor awarded 'Sledgehammer' for reporting

TucsonSentinel.com Editor Dylan Smith was named a winner of the "Sledgehammer Award" by the Arizona Press Club for his work pushing government officials to release information. Daily Star reporter Caitlin Schmidt was also recognized. The Department of Juvenile Corrections and Maricopa County Treasurer were recognized with "Brick Wall Awards" for hiding information.... Read more»

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A right to lampoon Arab leaders

The kings of Morocco, Jordan and Saudi Arabia could speak more freedom into the law with a single royal statement.... Read more»

Campaign aims to prevent child abuse

Dozens of child-sized plastic chairs sat empty Tuesday outside the State Capitol, each representing an Arizona child who has died from abuse. In 2008, the last year for which statewide statistics are available, 51 Arizona kids died from abuse.... Read more»

John McCain

McCain skewered by Daily Show

With a tagline of "short term memory gloss," the Daily Show's Jon Stewart raked Sen. John McCain over the coals for changing his position on several issues. Stewart accused McCain of selling his soul on Tuesday's show.... Read more»


Will the real Obama please step forward?

Which of the following is the real Barack Obama? The young Senator who broke the race barrier and promised change. The inexperienced, smooth talking, president who attempted too much. The patient politician who overcame GOP obstructionism on health care, faced down an Israeli prime minister and maneuvered the Russians into accepting cuts in nuclear weapons.... Read more»


iPad mania: Start spreadin' the news

The iPad is here! The iPad is here! The iPad is here! The iPad is here! The iPad is here! The iPad is here! The iPad is here! The iPad is here! The iPad is here! [yawn]... Read more»

Election 2010

'Daily Show' looks at McCain/Palin reunion

"Daily Show" host Jon Stewart had an observation or two about the recent (apparent) rapprochement between John McCain and Sarah Palin.... Read more»1

University of Arizona

ABC's Woodruff to speak at UA commencement

Bob Woodruff, the ABC reporter who was injured in a 2006 roadside bombing in Iraq, will speak at the University of Arizona undergraduate commencement May 15.... Read more»

TucsonSentinel.com launch party

Celebrate Sentinel launch at Press Box Bash

Friday's show features Howe Gelb performing Johnny Cash's "Live at San Quentin", new punk band Cadillac Steakhouse, bluesman Tom Walbank, Sonoran gypsies Bajo Turbato, and Jazz Telephone with Mr. Tidypaws.... Read more»

Media & journalism

You're a genius, Chris Matthews

The MSNBC host has talked so loudly and incessantly that he can't even hear himself think anymore.... Read more»

Biden says F-word at national press conference

While introducing President Obama this morning at a health care press conference, Joe Biden forgot the mic was on and uttered the F-word (with video).... Read more»4

Comic: Seventeen Words For Snow

A physical study of George Clooney

It's slightly ridiculous that People magazine publishes a "World's Sexiest Man'" issue every year. Hollywood stars tend to look pretty much the same every year, including those in which they win and those in which they lose. Or...do they?... Read more»2

Gannett CEO paid $4.7 million after mass layoffs, Citizen closure

Craig Dubow, the CEO of Gannett Inc., was paid $4.7 million in 2009, a year that saw the newspaper chain layoff thousands and close the 138-year-old Tucson Citizen.... Read more»4


John Nance: A reporter who covered the human soul

For a shot of faith in what's good about humanity, in the face of so much that isn't, consider John Nance, who died this week in Ohio. Nance understood that "news" was about people — individuals and societies — not grand events. That made him an uncommonly good reporter. But that was not the half of it.... Read more»

Access Tucson, Channel 12 to share facility

The city's Channel 12 will move to Access Tucson's downtown facility, and both operations will be funded equally, the City Council voted 6-1 Tuesday.... Read more»1

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