The Daily Word in Mitt wins Florida, Colbert raises more than Palin and New Mexico's newest gang
Chicago's draconian eavesdropping law poses problems for protestors and journalists at the upcoming G-8 summit.
Traffic crackdown in Rio Rancho.
New Mexico has a new prison gang with a lame name.
In response to an invasive abortion law, a Virginia state senator proposed an amendment requiring men seeking erectile dysfunction drugs to receive a rectal exam and stress tests.
Meet the monkey refugees of Louisiana.
Louis CK sold a sitcom to CBS.
Netflix won't be renting games after all.
DC Comics unveils its long-rumored line of Watchmen prequel comics. I wonder what Watchman co-creator Alan Moore thinks about it? "As far as I know … there weren't that many prequels or sequels to Moby Dick."
What does an artist with Alzheimer's paint?
Everything is cool guys, that red river in Texas was just polluted with pig blood.
Where did the Frito pie really come from?
Every overhead hand shot from Wes Anderson films.
Check out this recently discovered test footage from a proposed 1936 John Carter of Mars animated movie.
When I'm President this fake Breaking Bad RPG will be real.
Completely mesmerized by this video.
The Daily Word in film caps, Gingrich and Megaupload
17-year-old student stabbed and killed at school.
City pays woman back after police destroyed her weed.
State lawmakers looking to banish the $50 million cap for film rebates imposed last year.
Look inside the Fukushima containment vessel.
Santa Fe's minimum wage will be the highest in the country.
Congress is going to hold off on PIPA and SOPA votes.
Romney may lose to Gingrich in South Carolina.
College students are playing the fainting game. I thought that was for kids.
Hackers retaliate after Megaupload is shut down.
A matrilineal state in India (where women rule).
If that capsized cruise ship dumps its fuel, it will pollute one of the most pristine segments of the Mediterranean.
Why is it hard to believe in evolution?
Advice that doesn't make sense until you're too old to need it.
Pulitzer Prize: Meh.
The Daily Word in sword dancing, polar bears and Twitter
Virginia Tech shooter yesterday killed a police officer and then himself, according to police.
Man says he was stabbed 24 times after giving two kids a ride home.
The woman who authorities say left her dogs without food or water for months will not face felony charges.
World's oldest dog dies at 26.
The new Twitter.
APD costs the city—and taxpayers—$7 million in settlements.
Thai court sentences an American to more than two years in jail for insulting the king.
Missing FBI agent's family releases a hostage video.
Female immigrants are the nation's entrepreneurs, according to a study.
Gingrich is using his campaign to get more rich.
Is Pulp Fiction as good in chronological order?
What is Jian Sword Dancing?
Polar bear cannibalism. No kidding.
"Millionaire surtax" not such a big deal to millionaires.
Appeals court unlikely to overturn a ruling against the gay-marriage-banning Prop. 8.
The Daily Word 3.12.11: Japanese exploding reactor; experts agree Gaddafi can't win in the long-term due to probable Central America-
in- the- 80's- tinged military support of rebels; Iron Maiden birthday
Newt Gingrich says he cheated on his wife because he was working too hard for America.
Intellectual property law and American world hegemony.
Super cool Australian mugshots from the early 1920's.
Amnesty International is on Robert Gates' ass over Wikileaker Bradley Manning's living conditions/torture which involves "forced prolonged nudity."
A Texas state representative has introduced a bill making non-medically necessary abortion illegal.
Daylight Saving Time, not Daylight Savings Time. Reminder.
South by Southwest. The meat market badge.
On this day in 1957, Steve Harris, Bassist and chief songwriter for Iron Maiden was born.