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Move America Forward has collected millions to send care packages to U.S. troops. But its assets have been used to benefit political consulting firms and PACs, and its appeals often rely on images and stories borrowed without permission. Read more»

Former Vice President Dick Cheney.

Dick Cheney says President Obama scrapped the Bush administration’s missile defense system in Europe “at the mere request” of Russian President Vladimir Putin. That’s false. Read more»

Homebuilders are scrambling for land to feed brisk demand of late, and the price of new homes will continue shooting up in 2013, says Elliott D. Pollack, CEO of the Scottsdale-based economic and real estate consulting firm Elliott D. Pollack and Co.

Arizona's economy could fully recover in three years as long as the so-called fiscal cliff doesn't kick the nation back into recession, a panel of experts said at an economic forecast luncheon. Experts predict Arizona will see more jobs being created, more single-family homes being built and higher retail sales. Read more»

The 2012 University of Arizona's spring football game started off with a full squad warmup and drills.

Fans saw a new era unfold for Wildcat football under new head coach Rich Rodriguez in the spring scrimmage Saturday at Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium. Read more»

A B-2 bomber, which has a price tag of $3 billion, flies over the Pacific Ocean near Hawaii.

The Air Force accelerates work on a new multi-billion dollar strategic bomber despite the critics. Read more»

Last year’s battle over building additional F-22 Raptor fighter jets illustrated the parochial political interests of individual members of Congress when it comes to defense programs.

The battle lines for the most contentious defense budget process in decades are already being drawn. The first shots have been fired, with various deficit commissions issuing proposals for significant cuts in spending. Watch for parochial political interests and partisan preferences to play their part. Read more»