Sure, I'll say it: I'm proud to be a Hufflepuff and so is Eddie Redmayne.
To help us cope in these tough times, Spirited Away will be in theaters next month.
Democrats have begun to unify with progressive leaders.
Here's what you can actually do that may change things now that the puppet we know as Donald Trump was elected.
“It feels great to be on offense again,” the first vice president of the NRA, Pete Brownell said to a crowd of 1,000, all carrying guns.
Live streaming is changing the world.
Could Hillary Clinton still be elected president? Yes. Is it likely? Not at all.
I can die happy: here's a video of a Russian sewage truck—filled to the brim with poop—literally popping in the middle of nose-to-nose traffic.
Net neutrality apparently started in the 1920's with the Hush-A-Phone, a device that clipped over the mouthpiece of telephones and allowed the user to muffle their voice and keep their private conversations from the eavesdropping ears of their neighbors. AT&T tried to make it illegal to use third-party attachments on their phones (because monopoly) and ended up going before the FCC over the case. AT&T won, and law students still study it in reference to net neutrality.
The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia is trying to attract the ghost of former art photographer Thomas Eakins with nude models and robots. Really.
A gun manufacturer had their replica gun booth shut down at Wizard World, a comic book convention. Not because they did anything wrong, but because people don't like guns, I guess? Um. Obviously, they thought those "wrath of Thor" tweets were literal. Super powers don't kill people. Supervillains do.
Meanwhile, in Russia, they sell model assault rifles in airports. O strange new world, that has such people in it.
So, hundreds of these creepy little stitched up balls of ... something ... washed up on a beach in England. Turns out these horror-movie rejects are actually "sea potatoes," a common species of sea urchin. So far, no one is sure why such a big urchin dump even happened.
A running list of all the racist things that have happened at Voldemort Rallies.
“Honey, where’d you put my revolver?” “I didn’t touch it; you probably left in your drawer.” “I’m looking in my drawer right now and I don’t see it.” We’ve all been there, right?
Well, break my heart into a million pieces and then repair it with a snap of your fingers (kinda).
So if you don’t have cable or internet at home, like me, here’s a list of the things you missed at the Democratic Debate last night.
Who could have guessed that women would try to continue to have abortions despite more preventive laws?
There was a Furry convention at a hotel where Syrian refugees are staying in Vancouver and it’s actually really cute what happened.
International Women's Day was yesterday but check out these badass ladies.
This video is all you need to know about the presidential election.
Macedonia will no longer let migrants through its border with Greece.
New Mexico is not allowed to require proof of work for food benefits.
Rearranging letters is fun!
Lilly Wachowski has come out as trans.
One of the people running for president makes bacon by shooting a gun.
Someone reinvented the wheel.
Finally, a way to stop sports from killing people.
Albuquerque man shoots dog in a disturbing and unpleasant incident.
The future of mass transit, hopefully.
Good morning, it's Christmas Eve, 2014,
and the creepily-cute sun baby from Teletubbies revealed herself after 19-years of silence,
Santa Claus was somehow shanghaied into selling assault rifles,
Internet-fame-hungry murderer Luka Magnotta has been “dealt the harshest possible verdict” for killing and eating a Chinese national,
Santa Fe’s Jean Cocteau Theater WILL being showing The Interview on Christmas Day,
but Pornhub knows that some of us will be doing our Christmas "viewing" at home. With all the lights off and the door locked.
Nidal Hasan, who was sentenced to death last year for fatally shooting 13 people at Ft. Hood, Texas, in 2009, has asked to be made a citizen of the Islamic State.
California passes an “affirmative consent” bill to address the problem of rape on campuses.
A police officer in Atlanta was arrested for allegedly killing a woman he met online and then burning her body.
Soaring rents prove problematic for people living in urban areas, as that's where everyone wants to be.
The Washington Post on young children and guns.
Albuquerque authorities are investigating a robbery at a Dairy Queen, during which an employee shot and killed the suspected robber.
So, not only did they still a car, but they left a bag of caca and a gun?
A judge will decide today whether to grant the $350,000 buyout for former APS Superintendent Winston Brooks.
“Longmire,” formerly shot in Garson Studios in Santa Fe, has been canceled. Now fans wonder whether another network will pick it up for a fourth season.
A couple guys found out why those rocks in Death Valley move.
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.
A new election rule looks like it will make it harder for Republicans to become Mayor of Albuquerque, even when Dems split the vote.
And Republicans in Rio Rancho are also feeling disenfranchised.
That whole minimum wage law thing? We're still talking about it. Now the servers have their say.
New Mexico legislators are fighting about whether or not they should be allowed to ban books, especially ones about brown people.
2,635 people have died via gun violence since the Newtown massacre. At least.
Who doesn't love trolling celebrities on Twitter? Watch out, though, because sometimes Internet tough guys meet the real deal.
This just in: Kids everywhere love toys.
Update: Smoke rises from the Sistine Chapel signifying that a new pope has been chosen.
Ex-Mayor Marty is on his way to D.C. He'll be joining a lobbying firm that represents clean air activists, education boosters, Wal-Mart, Verizon and shady car title loans.
The ancient church at Alameda kicks off a centennial celebration with a bunch of funerals.
A proposed New Mexico law written to reject Federal law (something something guns, something something states' rights) has been rejected. Duh.
Legalized gay marriage in Washington state meant that Gomer Pyle could get married.
The Boy Scouts of America are thinking about maybe not being so mean to gay kids.
And an Arkansas town pretty much just declared martial law.
Another detail about one of the victims in the South Valley Griego shooting.
Here's a great photo taken at yesterday's Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade in Alamogordo.
A chemist at a Massachusetts state lab was caught with her hand in the cookie jar.
New film about the Hemingway clan.
ALL 131 reasons David Banner got mad on T.V.'s The Hulk.
Obama referred to Stonewall in his inauguration speech.
Life on Mars, now more than ever.
A New York newspaper publishes the names of gun owners.
I saw paranormal Santa.
There was a dead man at Edith and Central.
Happy birthday Rod Serling.