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Natalie Daradich and Vicki Noon in 'Wicked.'

“Wicked: The Musical” is the imaginative backstory of Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West and her friendship with good witch and fellow student, Glinda It's on its way to becoming the biggest money-maker in theatre history. As demonstrated opening night in Tucson at UA’s Centennial Hall, its success is well deserved. Read more» 1

Nigeria will drop bribery charges against Dick Cheney and Halliburton after the energy firm agreed to pay up to $250 million in fines. Read more»

Nigeria has charged former Vice President Dick Cheney with corruption in a case involving his old energy firm, Halliburton. Nigeria's anti-corruption agency charged Cheney as the head of Halliburton when its engineering subsidiary, KBR, allegedly paid bribes totaling $180 million. Read more»

Perhaps you’ve noticed that extending the Bush tax cuts is conservatives’ answer to everything. We understand why this is the case. After all, Dick Cheney defended a second set of Bush tax cuts following the midterm election by explaining, “This is our due.” Read more»

Things just haven't been the same at Guantanamo Bay since Waterboardin' Dick Cheney rode out of town. Read more»

Smart v. Stupid: I don’t think they auction jobs on Ebay, but if they did, it might look a lot like the California governor’s race. Former Ebay CEO Meg Whitman has already invested $91 million of her personal fortune. Read more»

The fall of Saigon, April 1975.

The effort to make over others in America's image will seldom be accomplished by force, and usually ends in tears. Read more»

You know we’re in trouble when a New York Times headline says, “Obama Team Split on Tactics Against Terror,” and you think that means the health care aftermath. Read more» 2

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