The Daily Word 4.27.10: Jan Brewer, Hugo Chavez, Goldman Sachs
Noah’s Ark may have been discovered in Turkey ... or was it a turkey found in Noah’s Ark?
A man robs a Nebraska convenience store with his head wrapped in toilet paper.
Protests against Arizona’s new immigration law SB 1070 get crazy.
Arizona gov. Jan Brewer dismisses the threat of possible boycotts over the new immigration law.
Newspaper circulation across the nation dropped 9% over the last six months.
The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico continues to grow and expand.
Playboy founder Hugh “Hef” Hefner donates $900,000 to save the iconic “Hollywood” sign.
Former Florida QB and Denver Broncos draftee Tim Tebow sets a new record for jerseys sold.
Venezuelan prez Hugo Chavez is apparently starting a Twitter account.
A possible ban on the sale of violent video games to children heads to the Supreme Court for review.
“R” rated movies and early alcohol abuse are linked, apparently. Thanks for letting me watch Relic at age 12, mom.
Albuquerque police evict squatters in the bosque in an effort to prevent forest fires. Smokey can stay.
Blue Cross customers in New Mexico will be taking on a 21 percent rate hike.
The wonders of the internet: Watch the Goldman Sachs congressional hearings here!