The Daily Word 5.25.10: Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, Smartphones, Corrales Fire
The proposal to repeal “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” is expected to be voted on in Congress this week.
Obama’s approval rating drops to a record-low 42 percent.
Hackers in Miami changed a highway sign to read “No Latinos, No Tacos.”
Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio wants an apology for a Mexican tourism ad mocking SB 1070.
Smartphones may be the future of hotel room keys.
Rear-end collisions more than doubled in West Palm Beach due to the red light cameras. Albuquerque?
A truck carrying 17 million bees crashes in Minnesota. Yikes.
A rise in miscarriages may be linked to the effects of 9/11.
The Bosque fire in Corrales is 35% contained as the winds die down.
Albuquerque City Council approves a budget that includes pay cuts for city employees, balancing a $66 million shorfall.
Fierce Women Warriors Labor Day Party at Tractor Brewery Wells Park
Comedy superstar Rick Overton headlines a Labor Day party in honor of the backbone of our community—working men and women.
New Mexico Wine Festival at Loretto Park
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