V.23 No.15 |
The Daily Word in God's credit, reactions to DOJ report and the Pope's apology
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Apr 11 2014 9:42 AM ]
Authorities are trying to determine a cause for the explosive bus crash in Northern California that left 10 people dead and many others injured.
Stephen Colbert is going to be the new host of the “Late Show” after David Letterman announced his retirement. See what other talk show hosts had to say about it.
The Pope made a public plea for forgiveness for the “evil” some priests have committed with sexual child abuse, “a scandal that has haunted [the church] for more than two decades.”
Three educators wrote a piece on why they reject the notion of standardized tests.
Here's KRQE's breakdown of the 46-page DOJ report concerning APD violence.
Renetta and Stephen Torres, whose son was killed by APD, react to the DOJ report.
The City has paid $23 million to for wrongful death and excessive force lawsuits since 2010. And that's not including the pending cases.
V.21 No.19 | 5/10/2012
The Daily Word in Kutcher, Munch and Love
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu May 3 2012 10:41 AM ]
Ex. Gov. Gary Johnson likely to get the Libertarian nod for prez.
Santa Fe carnival gave out live rabbits and turtles as prizes.
College student says DEA forgot him in a holding cell for days.
Credit is America’s welfare plan, says professor.
In a move that can only devalue the old-fashioned paper tome, publishers are planning to put ads on book covers.
Ashton Kutcher’s brownface Popchips ad pulled.
Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” sold for $120 million, making it the most expensive painting in the world.
Lost parakeet tells police where he lives.
Most of us are outliers.
Who riots best? Sports fans or protesters?
How superstitions and rituals help you win.
V.21 No.5 | 2/2/2012
Weekly Alibi’s Credit Manager
By Nick Brown [ Thu Feb 2 2012 2:25 PM ]
V.16 No.50 | 12/13/2007
Hey, Big Spender
When it comes to loans, consumers are advised to protect themselves before they wreck themselves
By Jessica Cassyle Carr
For many, consumer credit can provide convenience, easier access to high-dollar items and security not always afforded by cash. On the other hand, misused loans infer a false sense of wealth, leading to financial troubles that may range from minor setbacks to overwhelming crises.
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