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Protecting your retirement nest egg and sustaining your retirement income are challenging enough. Taking precautions to help guard your investments from fraud is important.
Bill Richardson’s views on the gun control debate get a frequent and wide airing in the AFN. Unfortunately, his arguments against stronger gun laws are absurd.
Marissa Mayer, meet the Mean Girls.
If you have young children, the end of another school year means you are now one year closer to the day when you send them to college — and one year closer to dealing with the high costs of higher education. However, you still have time to save and invest — and one of the best investment choices you can make is a Section 529 college savings plan.
A seminar special event presented in partnership with SCORE and includes guest speaker Brian Burt, partner with Snell & Wilmer L.L.P, will takes place tonight, Aug. 22, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the First American Title, conference room 100, 4435 E. Chandler Blvd. Cost is $25.
Moses Sanchez interacted on a daily basis with members of al-Qaeda and the Taliban. He was assigned to men designated with the highest threat level by the United States of America.
I sympathize with the upset throngs participating in "Occupy (fill-in-the-blank)." I'm upset, too! But, the blame for the current economic situation needs to be shared among all responsible parties.
Tom Horne is quick to acknowledge that his tenure as state Superintendent of Public Instruction put his legal experience on the back burner.
Democrat Felecia Rotellini said voters shouldn't elect Republican Tom Horne as attorney general because he's a career politician who committed securities fraud.
MPHS band gets top rating
Give ‘Em Hell Harry! coming to CGCC
DV Grad Night tickets
Akimel collecting athletic shoes
Kyrene to have 2 school board openings
Buy one, get one free at Colina book fair
The challenging fight against organized crime on both sides of the border can be waged most effectively when law enforcement strategies by both nations are closely coordinated. A series of top-level meetings in Mexico two weeks ago moved us significantly closer to maximizing our efforts.
The news of a cyberstrike aimed at South Korea and the United States has spread like wildfire since the Associated Press report hit the news wires. The popular target to blame is North Korea, however, only South Korean officials make those charges, U.S. officials are remaining silent. If you take the political tension with North Korea into account, could these cyberattacks kick off another Cold War?
Introduction to lacrosse clinics offered