The Daily Word

Today's Headlines from Everywhere

KOB-TV reported yesterday that DEA investigators were tipped off to several suspicious men when they tried to buy fuel at Albuquerque's Double Eagle Airport. KRQE-TV reported the men, arrested later for trafficking mariajuana, were acting funny.

New Mexico Senator Pete Domenici not roaming Senate floor in pajamas, despite reports in Roll Call, the newspaper of Capitol Hill.

Russian chess champion,Kramnik, whopped by Deep Fritz, supercomputer.

President Bush will be meeting today with the Iraq Study Group prior to releasing its report. In October Bush responded to doubts about Iraq by saying, "Absolutely, we're winning."

Robert Gates, President Bush's pick for the new defense secretary, told the Senate Armed Services Committee that the U.S. is not winning the war in Iraq. Gates is a 26-year CIA veteran and Bush's nominee to replace Donald Rumsfeld. Gates' Senate panel approval yesterday will put him in front of the full Senate for confirmation as early as today.

Senate hearings, civil war, don't you really want to read about Jen and Vince's Real-Life Break-Up? You know you do!