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The Daily Word in our Alaskan hottie, our favorite sport, our alien artifacts.
By E. J. Maliskas [ Mon Mar 26 2012 9:25 AM ]
It is estimated that 10% to 20% of the country of Mauritania’s 3.4 million people are enslaved.
Theaters are pushing to up the prices of regular movies to bring the prices of 3D movies down. Mmm mmm motion sickness.
New Mexico is the armpit of the sadness of the horse-racing world.
10 things you may not know about the health care reform law.
Area 51 Museum displays authentic alien artifact.
School officials kill teenager's porn star prom dreams.
AFD is upset about nude photo shoot featuring one of their trucks.
Hunger Games opening sets new records.
James Cameron returns safely from the Challenger Deep.
Ladies and gentlemen, The Final Four.
North Korea has transported the main body of a long-range missile in preparation for launching a "satellite ... to mark the 100th anniversary of the birth of founding president Kim Il-Sung."
The Daily Word in football, flaming tampons and cell phone outages.
By Nick Brown and E. J. Maliskas [ Mon Jan 23 2012 10:21 AM ]
R.I.P. coach Joe Paterno.
A guy shot a nail into his brain and didn’t know it.
Flaming tampons blamed in attempted car burning.
Hipsters react to snow predictably.
Now hiring Homeland Security people.
Seal and Heidi Klum are splitting up.
Tracy Morgan collapsed at Sundance.
I’m a doctor, not a hand-held medical scanner!
Are there scorpions on Venus?
Here are 17 creepy ways to tie your shoes.
Break me off a piece of that giant Kit Kat Bar.
Police say a UNM football player pepper-sprayed his girlfriend.
Has your cell phone been acting weird?
Look at the Albuquerque Crime Map.
Happy birthday Ernie Kovacs!
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