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s artist dodges 99 years in prison


a long island s artist who pawned $80 million in fake roth and jackson pollacks escaped prison after she convinced a manhattan federal judge that she was coerced into the ugly scheme by her abusive boyfriend.glafira rosales, who faced as much as 99 years in prison, wept as judge katherine polk failla sentenced her to just three years probation and nine months of home detention.the judge said she believed rosales carried out the sinister scheme, which rocked the art world and ruined art dealer reputations, while living in fear of her ex-boyfriend, jose carlos diaz bergantinos diaz.diaz was the “the true mastermind” of the $80 million scheme, rosales’ lawyer bryan skarlatos told the judge. he was also “a criminal mastermind,” skarlatos said. diaz, who fled for spain, also threatened rosales’






u.s. home prices rise 5.3 percent amid solid demand, tight supply


p o: alan diaz, ap image 1of/1captioncloseimage 1 of 1this tuesday, dec. 6, 2016, p o shows a house for sale in coral gables, fla. u.s. home prices marched steadily higher in november, pushed up by healthy demand for homes and a shrinking supply of available properties, according to information released tuesday, jan. 31, 2017, in the standard & poor's corelogic case-shiller 20-city home index. lessthis tuesday, dec. 6, 2016, p o shows a house for sale in coral gables, fla. u.s. home prices marched steadily higher in november, pushed up by healthy demand for homes and a shrinking supply of available ... more p o: alan diaz, ap u.s. home prices rise 5.3 percent amid solid demand, tight supply1 / 1back to gallerywashington (ap) — u.s. home prices marched steadily higher in november, push






it's not ok to remain silent in trump's america


closeskip in skipxembedxshare hundreds showed up to terminal 4 of sky harbor international airport on sunday to voice support for refugees and immigrants and to protest president donald trump's order cracking down on immigration. video by patrick breen/azcentral.com elvia diaz: donald trump's presidency requires an engaged citizenry. so applaud those protesters with the microphones.terry gunn, 63, holds a sign that reads "fight ignorance not immigrants" during a protest at sky harbor international airport in phoenix on jan. 29, 2017.(p o: ben moffat/the republic)president donald trump and his aides are shrugging off the thousands of people who rushed to airports in cities across the nation over the weekend protesting executive orders on refugees.did the protesters expect to change the pres






it's not ok to remain silent in trump's america


closeskip in skipxembedxshare hundreds showed up to terminal 4 of sky harbor international airport on sunday to voice support for refugees and immigrants and to protest president donald trump's order cracking down on immigration. video by patrick breen/azcentral.com elvia diaz: donald trump's presidency requires an engaged citizenry. so applaud those protesters with the microphones.terry gunn, 63, holds a sign that reads "fight ignorance not immigrants" during a protest at sky harbor international airport in phoenix on jan. 29, 2017.(p o: ben moffat/the republic)president donald trump and his aides are shrugging off the thousands of people who rushed to airports in cities across the nation over the weekend protesting executive orders on refugees.did the protesters expect to change the pres






it's not ok to remain silent in trump's america


closeskip in skipxembedxshare hundreds showed up to terminal 4 of sky harbor international airport on sunday to voice support for refugees and immigrants and to protest president donald trump's order cracking down on immigration. video by patrick breen/azcentral.com elvia diaz: donald trump's presidency requires an engaged citizenry. so applaud those protesters with the microphones.terry gunn, 63, holds a sign that reads "fight ignorance not immigrants" during a protest at sky harbor international airport in phoenix on jan. 29, 2017.(p o: ben moffat/the republic)president donald trump and his aides are shrugging off the thousands of people who rushed to airports in cities across the nation over the weekend protesting executive orders on refugees.did the protesters expect to change the pres






barren farm poses challenges for arizona diamondbacks


arizona diamondbacks left fielder brandon drury (27) in the first inning during a baseball game against the san diego padres, friday, sept. 30, 2016, in phoenix.(p o: rick scuteri, ap)baseball’s prospect season kicked off this month with the release of rankings by espn’s keith law. the news was not encouraging for the diamondbacks. not only did they not have a single prospect ranked in the top 100, their farm system was rated dead-last among the 30 major-league teams.when reached this week, executives and scouts with other clubs didn’t take issue with the essment. they might not have ranked the diamondbacks last, but they seemed to view them as a sure-fire bottom-third system that reasonably could be placed anywhere among the bottom five. some struggled to name the diamondbacks’ top two or






barren farm poses challenges for arizona diamondbacks


arizona diamondbacks left fielder brandon drury (27) in the first inning during a baseball game against the san diego padres, friday, sept. 30, 2016, in phoenix.(p o: rick scuteri, ap)baseball’s prospect season kicked off this month with the release of rankings by espn’s keith law. the news was not encouraging for the diamondbacks. not only did they not have a single prospect ranked in the top 100, their farm system was rated dead-last among the 30 major-league teams.when reached this week, executives and scouts with other clubs didn’t take issue with the essment. they might not have ranked the diamondbacks last, but they seemed to view them as a sure-fire bottom-third system that reasonably could be placed anywhere among the bottom five. some struggled to name the diamondbacks’ top two or






barren farm poses challenges for arizona diamondbacks


arizona diamondbacks left fielder brandon drury (27) in the first inning during a baseball game against the san diego padres, friday, sept. 30, 2016, in phoenix.(p o: rick scuteri, ap)baseball’s prospect season kicked off this month with the release of rankings by espn’s keith law. the news was not encouraging for the diamondbacks. not only did they not have a single prospect ranked in the top 100, their farm system was rated dead-last among the 30 major-league teams.when reached this week, executives and scouts with other clubs didn’t take issue with the essment. they might not have ranked the diamondbacks last, but they seemed to view them as a sure-fire bottom-third system that reasonably could be placed anywhere among the bottom five. some struggled to name the diamondbacks’ top two or






careful how we renegotiate nafta


closeskip in skipxembedxshare from exports to jobs to daily tourist spending, the economic impact really adds up. azcentral.com wochitarizona's economy relies heavily on trade with mexico. putting up barriers could push our state into a recession.file p o: marcos godoy of mexico city manufactures car-dash mats at a maquiladora in juarez, mexico.(p o: ivan pierre aguirre/ap)at the republican congressional retreat in philadelphia last week, president donald trump reaffirmed his commitment to renegotiate the north american free trade agreement. meanwhile, his staff suggested imposing a 20 percent tax on imports from mexico to help pay for construction of a wall on the southern border.while renegotiations could strengthen and modernize nafta, any effort to impose new restrictions or barriers o






careful how we renegotiate nafta


closeskip in skipxembedxshare from exports to jobs to daily tourist spending, the economic impact really adds up. azcentral.com wochitarizona's economy relies heavily on trade with mexico. putting up barriers could push our state into a recession.file p o: marcos godoy of mexico city manufactures car-dash mats at a maquiladora in juarez, mexico.(p o: ivan pierre aguirre/ap)at the republican congressional retreat in philadelphia last week, president donald trump reaffirmed his commitment to renegotiate the north american free trade agreement. meanwhile, his staff suggested imposing a 20 percent tax on imports from mexico to help pay for construction of a wall on the southern border.while renegotiations could strengthen and modernize nafta, any effort to impose new restrictions or barriers o






careful how we renegotiate nafta


closeskip in skipxembedxshare from exports to jobs to daily tourist spending, the economic impact really adds up. azcentral.com wochitarizona's economy relies heavily on trade with mexico. putting up barriers could push our state into a recession.file p o: marcos godoy of mexico city manufactures car-dash mats at a maquiladora in juarez, mexico.(p o: ivan pierre aguirre/ap)at the republican congressional retreat in philadelphia last week, president donald trump reaffirmed his commitment to renegotiate the north american free trade agreement. meanwhile, his staff suggested imposing a 20 percent tax on imports from mexico to help pay for construction of a wall on the southern border.while renegotiations could strengthen and modernize nafta, any effort to impose new restrictions or barriers o






malik monk refused to stop touching an opponent until he got called for a foul


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jeff bagwell, tim raines, ivan rodriguez elected to baseball hall of fame


closeskip in skipxembedxshare usa today sports' ted berg reflects on the careers of the three players — tim raines, jeff bagwell and ivan rodriguez — that were elected to the baseball hall of fame on wednesday. usa today sportstim raines produced a lifetime .385 on-base percentage and ranks fifth all-time with 808 stolen bases.(p o: otto greule jr, getty images)a former unanimous mvp, an elite leadoff hitter and one of the game’s most complete catchers were elected wednesday into baseball’s hall of fame, which continues to slowly open its doors to players linked to performance-enhancing drugs.iconic houston astros first baseman jeff bagwell, base-stealer extraordinaire tim raines and 13-time gold glove winner ivan “pudge’’ rodriguez earned baseball’s most coveted distinction when they were






jeff bagwell, tim raines, ivan rodriguez elected to baseball hall of fame


closeskip in skipxembedxshare usa today sports' ted berg reflects on the careers of the three players — tim raines, jeff bagwell and ivan rodriguez — that were elected to the baseball hall of fame on wednesday. usa today sportstim raines produced a lifetime .385 on-base percentage and ranks fifth all-time with 808 stolen bases.(p o: otto greule jr, getty images)a former unanimous mvp, an elite leadoff hitter and one of the game’s most complete catchers were elected wednesday into baseball’s hall of fame, which continues to slowly open its doors to players linked to performance-enhancing drugs.iconic houston astros first baseman jeff bagwell, base-stealer extraordinaire tim raines and 13-time gold glove winner ivan “pudge’’ rodriguez earned baseball’s most coveted distinction when they were






jeff bagwell, tim raines, ivan rodriguez elected to baseball hall of fame


closeskip in skipxembedxshare usa today sports' ted berg reflects on the careers of the three players — tim raines, jeff bagwell and ivan rodriguez — that were elected to the baseball hall of fame on wednesday. usa today sportstim raines produced a lifetime .385 on-base percentage and ranks fifth all-time with 808 stolen bases.(p o: otto greule jr, getty images)a former unanimous mvp, an elite leadoff hitter and one of the game’s most complete catchers were elected wednesday into baseball’s hall of fame, which continues to slowly open its doors to players linked to performance-enhancing drugs.iconic houston astros first baseman jeff bagwell, base-stealer extraordinaire tim raines and 13-time gold glove winner ivan “pudge’’ rodriguez earned baseball’s most coveted distinction when they were






jeff bagwell, tim raines, ivan rodriguez elected to baseball hall of fame


closeskip in skipxembedxshare usa today sports' ted berg reflects on the careers of the three players — tim raines, jeff bagwell and ivan rodriguez — that were elected to the baseball hall of fame on wednesday. usa today sportstim raines produced a lifetime .385 on-base percentage and ranks fifth all-time with 808 stolen bases.(p o: otto greule jr, getty images) 8725 connectlinkedinemailmorea former unanimous mvp, an elite leadoff hitter and one of the game’s most complete catchers were elected wednesday into baseball’s hall of fame, which continues to slowly open its doors to players linked to performance-enhancing drugs.iconic houston astros first baseman jeff bagwell, base-stealer extraordinaire tim raines and 13-time gold glove winner ivan “pudge’’ rodriguez earned baseball’s most cove






from governors to lawmen to lawmakers, a look at arizona public officials who fa


joe arpaio(p o: hannah gaber/the republic)public officials have shown that they, too, can find themselves in water with voters or even law enforcement.here is a list of just some of arizona elected officials whose actions have drawn legal scrutiny over the years:phoenix mayor fred j. paddockphoenix mayor fred j. paddock was arrested in 1934 and charged with three counts of income tax evasion. he was convicted of two of them, sentenced to three years in prison and fined $2,500 plus court costs. paddock appealed his conviction but it was upheld.more:    a look back at arizona's governorsgov. evan mechammecham loaned $80,000 from his inauguration fund to his auto dealership. in january 1988, mecham and his brother willard, his paign finance manager, were indicted and accused of attempting to






from governors to lawmen to lawmakers, a look at arizona public officials who fa


joe arpaio(p o: hannah gaber/the republic)public officials have shown that they, too, can find themselves in water with voters or even law enforcement.here is a list of just some of arizona elected officials whose actions have drawn legal scrutiny over the years:phoenix mayor fred j. paddockphoenix mayor fred j. paddock was arrested in 1934 and charged with three counts of income tax evasion. he was convicted of two of them, sentenced to three years in prison and fined $2,500 plus court costs. paddock appealed his conviction but it was upheld.more:    a look back at arizona's governorsgov. evan mechammecham loaned $80,000 from his inauguration fund to his auto dealership. in january 1988, mecham and his brother willard, his paign finance manager, were indicted and accused of attempting to






from governors to lawmen to lawmakers, a look at arizona public officials who fa


joe arpaio(p o: hannah gaber/the republic)public officials have shown that they, too, can find themselves in water with voters or even law enforcement.here is a list of just some of arizona elected officials whose actions have drawn legal scrutiny over the years:phoenix mayor fred j. paddockphoenix mayor fred j. paddock was arrested in 1934 and charged with three counts of income tax evasion. he was convicted of two of them, sentenced to three years in prison and fined $2,500 plus court costs. paddock appealed his conviction but it was upheld.more:    a look back at arizona's governorsgov. evan mechammecham loaned $80,000 from his inauguration fund to his auto dealership. in january 1988, mecham and his brother willard, his paign finance manager, were indicted and accused of attempting to