V.20 No.15 |
The Daily Word: Sugar sugar, gas prices, Kobe Bryant
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Apr 14 2011 8:04 AM ]
9 things rich people don't want us to know about taxes.
OK, federal government. What's the plan?
Looks like someone got fat off the financial crisis.
State Supreme Court rules Gov. Martinez overstepped her authority when she ordered two members off the labor board.
The man killed by APD was schizophrenic, says his brother.
Press tries to understand why the mom drove her kids into the Hudson River.
Albuquerque uses its nuisance ordinance to evict people too often, judge says.
Locals find other modes of transport as gas prices spike.
Kobe Bryant ordered to pay $100,000 for uttering a gay slur about a ref.
Is sugar a toxin?
People can't tell the difference between cheap and expensive wines, according to an experiment.
Vice President Biden caught on camera dozing off during Obama's deficit speech.
Oregon House Rickrolls an entire session.
V.20 No.14 |
The Daily Word: Tuition hikes, Beverly Cleary, burka ban, Demi Lovato
By Marisa Demarco [ Wed Apr 13 2011 9:05 AM ]
County official's son killed by APD.
An Arizona bill that would legalize guns in all public and government buildings is almost through the legislature. People in Tucson don't like it.
How is Fukushima NOT like Chernobyl?
Mom drives her minivan and three kids into the Hudson River but lets one boy go.
The first loose-lipped mob boss takes the stand.
President Obama is going to weigh in on the deficit.
Burka ban takes effect in France, and two women have been arrested.
Death toll hits 116 in the mass grave in Mexico.
The Facebook guy is maybe a jerk.
Sugar Ray Leonard eliminated from "Dancing With the Stars."
An interview with author Beverly Cleary (she wrote the Ramona Quimby books), who turned 95 yesterday.
Jenny from the block is People Magazine's most beautiful person.
Hugh Grant spies on a wiretapping tabloid reporter. Revenge!
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