The Daily Word in Lawsuits, Kanye West and Saturday Night Live
I bet Donald Trump was that kid who got picked last by all his classmates growing up. I mean, what else would explain his ridiculous actions?
Saturday Night Live has added 10 more years to my life with the most accurate and hilarious skit.
Whole Foods is my real American Dream.
Lady Gaga pays tribute to legendary prince David Bowie.
Life has never been more clear and I owe it all to this life hack that has changed my life for the greater good.
The Daily Word in toddler found, watermelon boy and catcalls
Guardians of the Children is an unlikely Albuquerque biker gang that helps children victims of crime.
The Oregon gunmen were heavily mocked on twitter, and it was great.
It's elemental, my dear Watson. Four new chemical elements are officially added to the periodic table.
New Year's Resolutions: get more organized, go to the gym, build an artificially intelligent assistant?
The first breakout star of 2016: watermelon boy!
The Daily Word in Snowden's letter, the first "elfie" and James Boyd's autopsy
Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, are donating $120 million to some California schools.
A Quincy cabdriver, who was a friend of suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev, has been arrested for obstructing the investigation of the Boston Marathon bombing.
The NSA released a letter from Edward Snowden from 2013, in which he raises concerns about surveillance activities, though Snowden says the version they released is incomplete.
A former roommate of Santa Barbara killer Elliot Rodger speaks out.
An Alaskan woman played dead after being attacked by a mama bear and survived to tell the tale.
The company that owns a historic Albuquerque cemetery is finally listening after years of complaints about it being unclean and unkempt.
An autopsy for James Boyd, a homeless man killed by APD in the foothills, showed that he was shot in the back and arms, and had no drugs in his system.
Independent voters of New Mexico are planning to sue for being denied the right to vote in the closed primary elections.
Latabe takes the first “elfie.” And now "elfies” are a thing.
The Daily Word in Mark Zuckerberg's complaints, a WIPP truck and a dog-eating python
High schools are just now catching on that a later start time means healthier students. Did you think beauty rest was a myth?
Authorities now think the Malaysian plane that's been missing for almost a week was “deliberately flown off-course.”
The NSA has made Mark Zuckerberg so mad that he called the President to complain.
Police in California arrested a teen father for allegedly biting the nose off his 1-month-old son because he wouldn't stop crying.
It's looking like fewer planes are gonna land in Albuquerque.
Renatta Torres, mother of Christopher Torres (who was fatally shot by APD almost three years ago), took to the stand to talk about her son.
Anthony Samora, 46, is getting life in prison, plus 27 years, for raping and murdering a 16-year-old boy. This was his second conviction for rape.
According to a report released today, a truck that caught fire at WIPP was “improperly maintained.”
I guess this just adds to the many reasons I don't like snakes.
The Daily Word in Walmart shooting, Zuckerberg, Komen apology
Go ahead and blame it on the liberal media to say it, but it appears that people are getting more jobs.
Watch your whip if you go to school in Las Cruces.
Speculations on a potential war between Iran and the U.S.
Drug smuggling into N.M., via airplane.
Komen Foundation restores Planned Parenthood funding.
Despite a common perception of assholishness, Mark Zuckerberg is still the boss.
For those who refer to cops as "pigs."
Possible (dead) chupacabra sighting in San Diego.
Not that anyone's talking about it, but the Superbowl is only two days away ...
"Breaking Bad," shitty 90s video game style.
The Daily Word: 8.5.11
Facebook, assaulting Philly buses, kidnapping babies, and weasels planning for the future
Rio Rancho bank robber still on the loose.
Gunmen shoot up Phillu bus.
Mark Zuckerberg's sister leaves Facebook.
Officials kidnap babies in China.
Head of India's Congress Party had surgery in the United States.
Juno to Jupiter!
Perhaps Obama didn't lose to GOP.
A seven-year-old kid's prehistoric blog.
South American weasel-like animals plan for the future.
The Daily Word 2.8.11: Michael Moore Sues Studio, Mark Zuckerberg Has a Stalker, ICE checks Chipotle
Filmmaker Michael Moore sues the Weinstein Brothers over $2.7 million in profits from Fahrenheit 9/11.
Mark Zuckerberg has a creepy Facebook stalker.
A rooster kills a man, not a rooster, attending a cockfight.
Romania is getting all Crucible on its witch population.
The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or I.C.E., is cracking down on 60 Chipotle restaurants suspected of hiring undocumented workers.
This high school gym teacher is accused of having sex with five students.
The U.S. government reveals its findings in the Toyota unintended acceleration fiasco today.
Super Bowl XLV becomes the most-watched TV program in history. Sorry, M.A.S.H.
Someone vandalized the Harry Caray statue outside of Wrigley Field in Chicago.
The Little Vader from the VW Super Bowl commercial gets to meet James Earl Jones.
The Daily Word 12.15.10: Stealing Organs, Stealing Chips, Stealing Booze
Kosovo authorities may have harvested organs from prisoners of war.
YAWN! Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is Time's 2010 Person of the Year.
Is it racist to call a fatso fat?
Farmington city council approves a six-month moratorium on medical marijuana producers.
What were Richard Holbrooke's last words?
My new hero steals $1.5 million worth of gambling chips from the Bellagio.
The head of King Henri IV has been identified.
Dead man found in an RV in Deming.
George Clinton apparently no longer thinks sampling is cool.
Albuquerque teens steal car, vodka.
Dead gladiators were thrown out with the trash.
Titanium foam may soon help rebuild your bones.
This Korean fake girlfriend app will cheer you up, right?
The 60 best new Tumblr blogs of 2010.
Yes, this is a nativity scene made from pork.
Meet Iapetus, our solar system's weirdest moon.
The Social Network
Mark Z. unfriends the world in funny, fascinating biopic
On paper, the story of how college nerd Mark Zuckerberg successfully programmed and marketed a more popular version of social networking websites such as MySpace doesn’t sound all that exciting. As envisioned by director David Fincher and writer Aaron Sorkin, however, the story has surprising vibrancy, entertainment value and timeliness. It’s like Citizen Kane for the Internet age. And that’s not just the hyperbole talking.