The Daily Word 6.29.10: Flying Cars, Russian Spies, Angry Gods
Meet George Jetson? The first flying car is cleared for production by the US Federal Aviation Administration.
Calling James Bond: 10 alleged suspects are arrested in suspicion of being part of a Russian spy ring.
Gen. McChrystal tells the Army he’ll retire after the Obama controversy.
China is doing war exercises that could involve the U.S.
Zeus is pissed at this failing economy; the Parthenon in Athens is struck by lightning.
You’re kidding?! The FDA says airline food fails to meet proper health standards.
The CEO of General Electric passes out in the middle of a Joe Biden speech.
Can we really get any fatter? Obesity is up in 28 states.
FIFA apologizes to England and Mexico for its horrendous officiating that cost both the teams goals.
Steve Carell is done after seven seasons with “The Office.”
A family in Albuquerque was found to be living with more than 50 snakes and lizards.
Albuquerque Studios is being sold at auction owing more than $78 million to the bank.
The New Mexico Edit at South Broadway Cultural Center
A collection of short clips from filmmakers all over the state. Part of the "Life in New Mexico" collaborative media project.
UN International Day of Peace Celebration at Albuquerque Center for Peace and Justice
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