The Daily Word 02.26.10: Beer, traffic, coffee party
Doug Vaughan of the Vaughan Company was arrested, and the state is investigating the bankruptcy of his real estate firm.
Albuquerque ranks 54th in worst traffic congestion.
The way deputies got ahold of 300 child porn videos was unconstitutional, judge says.
Beer might make your bones healthy.
Albuquerque Journal runs mugs of suspected burglars. Some are arrested, but most end up back on the street.
Rep. Harry Teague is behind Steve Pearce in early polls.
One senator from Kentucky is blocking a 30-day extension that would stop 1.2 million Americans from losing unemployment benefits next month. He says, "Tough shit."
Lefty coffee party forms in reaction to the tea parties.
The world's largest Arabic robe.
Some women can own property in Swaziland.
Malaysian opposition leader on trial, accused of engaging in sodomy with 25-year-old man.