The Daily Word 12.16.10: Afghanistan, DADT, WikiLeaks, Bill Richardon, Meat, Winona Ryder
It’s raining, it’s snowing. The old man is … growing?
A decade of the U.S. in Afghanistan and conditions have never been worse.
The Senate has enough votes to repeal Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.
WikiLeaks dude released on bail as the U.S. scrambles to build a conspiracy case against him.
Year-end lists! The top “Daily Show” segments and “fashion moments” of 2010.
Richardson arrives in Pyongyang, pulls the plug on a N.M. wild horse haven.
The FDA finally tells us how much antibiotic is sprinkled into our meat. (This week’s Miss Diagnosis health column is on antibiotics, while we’re on the subject.)
New York Times online will revert back to a pay-site model sometime next month.
2011's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees include Neil Diamond, but not Mike Diamond.
Winona Ryder emerges from her protective cocoon.