alibi.com
Alibi Bucks

nypd


PRINT | EMAIL |
V.21 No.29 |

News

The Daily Word in shortys getting down, troubled lawmen and gun fever

By Margaret Wright [ Wed Jul 25 2012 8:45 AM ]
The Daily Word

R.I.P., Sherman Hemsley.

Gun sales surge after Aurora movie shooting.

Glock Inc. sued by L.A. policeman who was shot by his 3-year-old.

Is your pastor packing heat?

Researchers focus on women for new AIDS prevention methods in Africa.

Mass shutdown of L.A.'s medical marijuana dispensaries.

Public outrage in Anaheim after two deadly police shootings.

Live updates on Syria, where the city of Aleppo is on the verge of confrontation between rebels and government forces.

Notorious Maricopa County sheriff tries to refute himself in court.

"The Tonto Files."

Kim Jong-un's "mystery woman" turns out to be his new wife/comrade.

New Jersey super blew the lid on NYPD undercover operation.

Young boy commits "unusual and serious breach" of security.

80-year-old lobster rescued from the dinner table.

Add a Comment
PRINT | EMAIL |
V.21 No.22 |

News

The Daily Word in armed service, election fallout and the miracle of flight

By Margaret Wright [ Wed Jun 6 2012 8:45 AM ]
The Daily Word

On this day in 1944, D-Day, Allied forces invaded the shores of Normandy, France.

More than 1,200 firefighters are working to contain the Whitewater-Baldy Complex fire.

Afghan civilians suffer throughout latest wave of deadly violence.

Primary election results are in: Martin Heinrich and Heather Wilson will face off in November’s U.S. Senate race, Michelle Lujan-Grisham rose to top Eric Griego and Martin Chavez in CD1, Kari Brandenburg defeated her Democratic rival, Michael Wiener got trounced and Karen Montoya was the Dems’ choice for PRC district 1.

Thus, the general election season is on; brace yourself.

In Wisconsin, supporters of governor Scott Walker are celebrating. Walker outspent his Democratic opponent by a 7 to 1 margin.

Spectacular ultra-high-def views of yesterday’s rare transit (Warning: cheesy music).

The Army plans to review nearly 200,000 medical files to examine whether soldiers’ mental health diagnoses were downgraded to cut costs in pension payments.

A group of Muslims in New Jersey filed federal suit against NYPD, alleging unconstitutional surveillance.

Kim Jong Un makes kids cry.

Grief affects us all differently; this artist coped with the sudden loss of his cat by turning its remains into a remote-controlled helicopter.

Add a Comment
PRINT | EMAIL |
V.19 No.13 | 4/1/2010
The Daily Word

News

The Daily Word 3.30.10: Christian Crazies, Ricky Martin, NASA

By Adam Fox [ Tue Mar 30 2010 10:46 AM ]

NYPD cops carry machine guns on subways in light of the recent Moscow suicide bombings.

Gonorrhea could become a drug-immune epidemic.

A hotel custodian calls in a bomb threat so he could have a day off.

The FBI raids Christian groups “preparing to do battle with the Anti-Christ.”

Ricky Martin, of Menudo and solo fame, finally decides to come out of the closet.

The Northeast prepares for possible historic flooding. What’s up with the massively epic natural disasters lately?

This is getting ridiculous: NASA joins the Toyota probe to explain the “cosmic ray electromagnetic interference” theory.

Ten people ages 8-21 shot dead by drug traffickers in Durango, México.

Karl Rove heckled and called a “war criminal” at a book signing in Beverly Hills.

A group is lobbying to have Ronald McDonald removed as the McDonald’s icon for luring kids into its McFattening McTrap.

Yet ANOTHER stabbing at a UNM area intersection.

Police catch 3 people suspected of committing more than 200 car burglaries.

Add a Comment
View desktop version