The Daily Word in Al Qaeda, Bosque Restoration and Newtonian Physics
A new Al Qaeda recruiting video uses footage of Trump's anti-muslim sentiment.
A new study validates both sides of the home birth argument.
Santa Ana Pueblo's Bosque Restoration Division employs a successful mutlifacted approach to restoring the native habitat.
Getting to Trader Joe's will become even more difficult.
The National Guard is still at work helping residents affected by the storm in the SE part of the state.
APD reminds us that what goes up, must come down.
New Mexico residents can now register to vote online.
The Daily Word in hungry gators, a stegomastodon skull and a POW's return
Colleges look at fraternities to ease the pressure.
Secretary of State John Kerry sent a message to Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, urging Iraqis to “come together,” as Al Qaeda-inspired militants continue their march toward Baghdad.
Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, an American prisoner of war, has been returned to the states.
A priest was shot and killed at a church in Phoenix, Ariz., while another was wounded.
Bobby Lee Pearson, who was on trial for a burglary charge, died in a fight mere hours after being acquitted.
You don't want your gun? Take it to the landfill!
Two Chinese nationals were apprehended and face federal charges for trying to buy military sensors from an Albuquerque company and smuggle them back to China.
Doctors at UNM Hospital are trying to reconstruct an 8-month-old child's organs after she was allegedly raped by her mother's boyfriend.
A Louisiana tour guide likes to swim with gators … and feed them … with his mouth.
The Daily Word in Dayton's immigrants, the mayoral election and randy tarantulas
While the government shutdown still looms, Congress is questioning whether the debt ceiling will be increased and ponders the likelihood of a default.
Al Qaeda fugitive Abu Anas al-Libi was captured in Libya over the weekend and is being held on the U.S.S. San Antonio in the Mediterranean Sea before being taken to New York to be prosecuted.
“World's first flexible OLED [organic light-emitting diode] panel for smartphones"? LG corners the market on curved screens and such.
Dayton, Ohio sees improvements in its economy by lending help to people immigrating to the US.
After an anti-abortion group was accused of picketing a doctor's house in Bernalillo County, the county commissioners are looking into an anti-picketing ordinance to prevent this from happening again.
Jerry Chavez is accused of stabbing his estranged wife to death while his two boys, ages 6 and 12, witnessed the crime. Though his friends have stated that he is a good, Christian man and “would never kill anyone.”
With the mayoral election happening tomorrow, the question remains: Will there be a runoff?
The Daily Word in Flooding, Bacon, Bacteria and Pornotopia
It’s Friday the 13th.
Al-Qaeda chief urges attacks on the US.
Bake your bacon in the oven the right way.
Low levels of gut bacteria may be linked to bitchiness and other disorders.
The Ig Nobel Prizes.
Roadkill: the ethical meat.
Monkeys think long and hard about bananas.
Grohl and Novoselic reminisce about Nirvana.
Fancy things are better. Right?
The New Mexico Supreme Court rules in favor of Pornotopia.
Happy birthday Barbara Bain.
The Daily Word in twin mistresses, crazy lunch lady, Ikea monkey
Winter is here, New Mexico.
A U.S. drone strike has reportedly killed a senior Al Qaeda leader near the Afghan border.
An undercover APD officer says he nabbed a father soliciting a prostitute who had left his 3 small children alone in a cold car in a motel parking lot.
Chinese police chief fired after being accused of keeping twin sisters as mistresses.
Lobos achieve a 10-0 record after beating Valparaiso. The final score was 65-52 and Alford's pack forced 23 turnovers.
Woman accused of attempting to rob a Wells Fargo on Montgomery is now in federal custody.
Australian DJs "gutted, shattered and heartbroken" over aftermath of their prank call to Kate's hospital.
Mexican singer Jenni Rivera died along with 6 others after the crash of a small plane.
Apple Maps isn't just annoying, it's downright dangerous.
Gun found in a package of frozen meat at a grocery store in Roswell.
Canadian lunch lady accused of assaulting a group of students.
The internet sensation that is the Ikea Monkey.
The Daily Word in stealing debates, stealing space shuttles, stealing weed, and recovering stolen maple syrup
Now we have a plan for stealing one of the Space Shuttles.
Al Qaeda strategy involves lighting forest fires.
Grandmother protects her weed crop by confronting thieves with bear-spray.
People think you have to know someone in order to get a local government job, and they're right.
People think it's conceited for Taos officials to name public buildings after themselves, and they're right.
"I pooped the question. She said yes."
Police are following up on leads as some of Canada's stolen strategic maple syrup reserve surfaces.
Watch (and cry) as these former lab-chimps go outside for the first time.
In Florida, it is against the law to annoy a manatee.
On this day in 2000, Slobodan Milosovic resigned.
The Daily Word in (teacher and air) strikes, debates and calming propaganda
Teachers are striking in Chicago.
"A significant accomplishment for the Obama administration and a sign of how far the markets have come."
Peace mission to Syria struggles in the midst of raging conflict.
Yemeni military says their forces have killed the second-highest ranking leader of Al Qaeda.
Romney's shifting health care reform rhetoric.
Gov. Martinez is soon to appoint a new person to the Bernalillo County Commission.
Congressional District 1 candidates Janice Arnold-Jones and Michelle Lujan Grisham held their first debate yesterday.
Chamomile Tea Party propaganda.
A case for atomic-based environmentalism.
Red wine might be better for you if there weren't alcohol in it. Ugh.
Such a douchebag.
The Daily Word in a name change for Al Qaeda, government shutdown and no more bookstores
Another government shutdown is looming. (How many times have I written that headline this year?)
Al Qaeda needs a better PR firm.
Ex-Richardson officials appear before grand jury.
Time's person of the year is … sigh.
Government to stop minting $1 coins.
The fifty funniest tweets of 2011.
"If you could rape someone, who would it be?" Asking for a friend.
Listen to Terry Gross make Louis CK cry.
Women should excel from the bedroom to the boardroom, right?
Lady Gaga posed nude for Tony Bennett.
Birthers fly message about Obama's birth certificate over closed dome of football stadium.
Robert Downey Jr. acting venn diagram.
The trailer for Sahsa Baron Cohen's new movie The Dictator is here.
Don't forget the world is supposed to end next month.
Wonder Woman gives herself a breast exam.
John Updike's boyhood home is for sale.
Facebook launches a suicide prevention tool this week.
Longest article I've ever read about pubic hair.
The Daily Word: Sexting A Tween, Glitterbombs, The Cosby Sweater Project
Meet new Al Qaeda leader: Saif Al Adel.
Local 11-year-old is sexted by her teacher.
85-year-old Jerry Lewis is retiring from the MDA telethon.
Watch Newt Gingrich get glitterbombed.
Gary Johnson is endorsed by pothead extraordinaire Willie Nelson.
RIP Baseball superstar Harmon Killebrew.
This is without a doubt the most important link you'll see all day. Someone is documenting episode by episode the best sweaters from The Cosby Show.
Cruise ship mutiny quashed with free booze.
What kind of Facebook poster are you?
Remember when Shaq Fu was the future of sports?
Watermelons are exploding in China.
The Daily Word: Bin Laden Death Photos, Hidden Bomb in Europe, Sony Hackers Strike Again
The White House plans to release at least one Osama bin Laden death photo.
Bin Laden’s kind of like that Saw killer; one more video made shortly before his death is expected to surface.
WikiLeaks reveals a rumor in which Al Qaeda has hidden a nuclear bomb in Europe to detonate in the event of bin Laden’s capture.
Scott Pelley takes Katie Couric’s old seat as the anchor of “CBS Evening News.”
The hackers of Sony’s PlayStation Network have hit a second online service, exposing 25 million more accounts.
This pissed off customer gets even with Sears by attacking police with a weed whacker.
An airplane passenger is arrested after placing his hand up a flight attendant’s skirt.
Paris Hilton’s Hollywood Hills home is available to rent for a cool $20,000 a month.
Two dogs survive a 175-foot slide off of a cliff.
This middle school teacher shaves for the first time since 9/11, vowing to grow a beard until bin Laden was caught.
The Post Office’s Statue of Libery stamp turns out to be a picture of the fake Las Vegas one at New York-New York Hotel and Casino.
The Daily Word 9.27.10: Segway casualty, Obama in Albuquerque and Kenny Rogers wannabes.
American infidels can expect an “October Surpise” from al Qaeda.
Segway’s owner died driving a Segway off a cliff.
A Buddhist monk made footprints in wood.
Read about Brazil’s new president.
Sometimes men look like Kenny Rogers.
Sometimes the cops put a GPS unit on your car without a warrant.
Does the Super Stack mark the end of food stacking?
Ethnic mapping shows segregation in major US cities.
Attention Stargate fans. Both of you. You can buy authentic Stargate shit.
Newspapers make spelling errors. Schocking!
The Hobbit movie is in trouble.
Women apologize more than men. And don’t you forget it.
Comic Greg Giraldo took too many pills.
Paris Hilton settled a lawsuit with Hallmark. She will take the stipulated amount in drugs.
Trapped Chilean miners can't drink or play video games.
Obama’s in the South Valley today.
22-year-old Lillie Jones died behind bars.
Did Ted Turner’s ranch boss hold Bible classes?
You can listen to the Denish/Martinez Temple Albert debate.
Sophie’s got some nice ABQ stories for you over at DCF.