A serial stowaway was arrested at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport on Tuesday. Authorities said Marilyn Hartman, age 62, has attempted to sneak onto at least 10 flights in the last four months. Although she was arrested numerous times, the homeless woman is determined to fly without paying for a ticket. Hartman reportedly moved on
When his AR-15 was pointed toward a woman and her teenage daughter at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport in July, it didn’t go over too well. But medical researcher Peter Nathan Steinmetz says he never pointed his gun at anyone and was just making a political statement. Steinmetz removed the rifle from his shoulder, causing [...]
An Arizona man was arrested Friday after he frightened people with his openly carried AR-15 rifle at a waiting area of Phoenix's Sky Harbor International Airport. Peter Steinmetz, 54, removed the loaded rifle from his shoulder and the muzzle was pointed at the woman and daughter. Show More Summary
Respected neuroscientist Dr. Peter Steinmetz, MD, PhD, didn't really have any specific business at Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix last Friday—he says he was just looking for some coffee. Read more...
No one really expected the Phoenix Suns to be in this position; at least not this soon. Last season was supposed to be a rebuilding year, but as the Suns competed for a playoff spot and developed an infectious style of play, it became...Show More Summary
N580HW, Honeywell Aero’s CV-580 – Photo: JL Johnson | AirlineReporter Late last month I had the opportunity to attend Honeywell Aero’s International Media Event in Phoenix, AZ. The symposium focused on all things Honeywell and AvGeek, with a small and diverse audience of mainstream media and bloggers from all across the world. Prior to [...]
The Los Angeles Times reports that Sloane Gibson, the interim Secretary of the Department of Veterans’ Affairs, admitted that the internal investigation conducted at the Phoenix VA hospital found at least 18 veterans had died while on the “secret list” of veterans awaiting appointments; Sloan Gibson said the VA had contacted 1,700 veterans kept off […]
A Phoenix, Arizona, dog died in a hot car while his owner went shopping. Authorities said Radar, a pit bull mix, was locked inside the vehicle for more than one hour. A spokeswoman with the Arizona Humane Society said Radar’s internal temperature exceeded 110 degrees. Authorities said Radar was alive when he was discovered by
PHOENIX (AP) — A judge denied a motion from Jodi Arias' defense team this week to have the death penalty removed as a sentencing option for the woman whose murder trial became an international sensation. Arias' attorneys argued thatShow More Summary
1. VA watchdog report sparks outrageAn internal investigation found that 1,700 veterans at the Department of Veterans Affairs' medical center in Phoenix were placed on an unofficial waiting list for care. The VA inspector general also found that falsified records were created to hide long wait times for care. Show More Summary
Internal review has "substantiated serious conditions" in Phoenix, averaging 115-day waits.
The Department of Veterans Affairs' internal watchdog says veterans at the Phoenix VA hospital waited on average 115 days for their first medical appointment.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Department of Veterans Affairs' internal watchdog says veterans at the Phoenix VA hospital waited on average 115 days for their first medical appointment.
Eurovision 2014 winner Conchita Wurst has been enjoying her time as Queen of Europe since winning the international star search competition this month — her debut single, “Rise Like A Phoenix”, has been climbing the European charts and her whirlwind post-win press tour has captivated the attention of gay fans and crazy homophobes alike. But […]
At least 40 U.S. veterans allegedly died waiting for appointments at the Phoenix Veterans Affairs Health Care system, many of whom were allegedly placed on a secret waiting list. The scheme avoided VA internal rules that require timely treatment, typically within a 14- to 30-day period. Show More Summary
Zhengzhu Liu, the former DC bureau chief of Chinese broadcast company Phoenix Satellite TV, has already made a name for himself for inadvertently getting unpaid interns the right to sue for sexual harassment. Now, Liu's back in the proverbial...Show More Summary
Last year, when an unpaid intern in New York sued a Chinese news company, Phoenix Satellite Television, because, she said, a supervisor had groped and assaulted her, a federal judge dismissed her case. As someone who didn’t receive traditional...Show More Summary
Following an international trailer last fall, writer/director James Gray's The Immigrant has released a domestic trailer. Check it out in the player below. In the May 16 release, starring Marion Cotillard, Joaquin Phoenix and JeremyShow More Summary
How a window-washer who was home-brewing out of another man?s garage came to build one of the most creative and internationally respected breweries?mere months after barely avoiding bankruptcy.
If things keep going the way they are for NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Kevin Harvick, his win at Phoenix International Raceway, the second race of the 2014 season, may not be enough to get him into the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship post season. After all, the new procedure for getting into the [...]