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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Scott Smith
Two Republican candidates for Arizona governor in an already crowded field could have a critical advantage thanks to support close to home, the Arizona Capitol Times reported (http://bit.ly/1jWCfT1) earlier this month.
Vice Mayor Alex Finter has taken over as mayor of Mesa.
The Arizona Senate gave final approval to a $9.2 billion spending plan for the coming budget year late Thursday, potentially setting the stage for an early close to the Legislature's 2014 session.
A judge ordered a Virginia man held without bond Monday in West Virginia after a prosecutor said he is a suspect in three unsolved slayings in the city of Alexandria over the past decade.
PHOENIX (AP) — Mesa Mayor Scott Smith entered the crowded race for the Republican nomination for Arizona governor Thursday, ending months of speculation about whether the leader of the state's third-largest city would throw his hat into the ring.
Stephen Baldwin threatened to feed personal information about Kevin Costner to The New York Times if the two actors couldn't resolve their business dispute over millions of dollars in BP money after the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, a witness testified Wednesday at a trial for Baldwin's lawsuit against Costner.
Michael Jackson's doctor seemed surprised to learn during a police interview two days after the pop superstar's death that three bags of medical items had not yet been recovered from the star's bedroom, a police detective told jurors Tuesday.
Scott Smith, chief scientist for the national non-profit environmental group Water Defense, said residents are justified in their concern about the chemical MCHM that entered the supply.
Water testing must be conducted the entire depth of the water, from the surface to sediments on the bottom, to get a full picture of water's health, he added.