The Daily Word 12.14.07

The Daily Word

Wen Ho Lee case came back to haunt Richardson last night.

Did you hear about the local mailman who threw mail he had rifled through into a ditch?

A company wants to drill three new oil wells near Santa Fe.

Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor was in town last night. Here’s what she said.

Phoenix New Times backs out of its fight against an Arizona state law that makes it illegal to publish the addresses of certain people on the net.

UN’s Bali conference on reducing greenhouse gasses is on the brink of a deal.

Clinton says sorry to Obama about remarks regarding his use of drugs.

Inflation in November was faster than it has been for two years. Translation: Stuff got more expensive.

Bill Gates wrote a column about the trait we need to be successful.

Writers say studios broke the law.

In 50 years, you could fall in love with a robot.

NYPD’s “stop-and-frisk” numbers whitewashed.

This guy chugged two pints of vodka rather than turn it over to airport security. That’s commitment. He nearly died.

The worst band names of ’07, by the good people at The Onion.