V.26 No.14 | 04/06/2017
The Daily Word in Ax Murderers, Baby Makers and Russia
By Rini Grammer [ Wed Apr 12 2017 11:46 AM ]
Pregnant people—are they a baby machine or person? The way their bodies are regulated, you'd think they're a commodity.
You thought losing your online privacy was bad? Well, surprise, advertisers are coming at you every way they can now.
Russia has “warned” the US not to interfere (bomb) with Syria again.
Potential ax-murderer Andrew Poteet Magill charged after killing and nearly beheading Ruidoso-area resident Mary Ann Moorhouse.
You know there's proper etiquette of conversations over meals … for example, you know how you talk about acts of war over desert?
Republicans almost lost a congressional race in Kan.
V.26 No.5 | 02/02/2017
The Daily Word in Fighting, Free Speech and the Islamic State
By Megan Reneau [ Wed Feb 8 2017 2:12 PM ]
American women prepare for four years of fighting.
Republicans are going to take literally everything, starting with free speech.
College cost, debt and student homelessness continues to rise.
Let's look at this “genocide” Donald Trump is talking about.
Betsy DeVos is the Secretary of Education now. What's next for the American education system?
V.26 No.4 | 01/26/2017
Daily Word in Mothers, Presidents and Poison
By Megan Reneau [ Wed Feb 1 2017 11:13 AM ]
An estimated 150,000 babies were taken from “illegitimate” Australian mothers in the 20th century.
So what can Trump actually do?
Buzzfeed: Always asking the important questions.
Republicans advanced Trump's cabinet nominees while no Democrats were present, a clear violation of finance committee rules which require members of both parties to be present for voting.
What's the future of the tech industry under Trump's reign?
What is the EPA going to do to monitor the long-term effects of the 2015 mine spill that poisoned rivers in the Western US?
A policy dissent cable has gathered over 1,000 signatures by state officials.
V.25 No.50 | 12/15/2016
The Daily Word in Planned Parenthood, Berlin and Local Crime
By Megan Reneau [ Wed Dec 21 2016 1:11 PM ]
What's the deal with virginity?
President Obama continues to save the day.
We could easily be looking at a Sander's presidency, but because of old Democrats, we just can't have nice things.
Here's everything known currently about the Berlin attack.
Texas is making moves to prevent Medicaid funds from going to Planned Parenthood.
Should parents be held accountable for their children's crimes?
More details are coming to light after a decapitated body was found behind a Walmart earlier this week.
V.25 No.17 | 04/28/2016
The Daily Word in Republicans, Harry Potter and Vaginas
By Megan Reneau [ Thu Apr 28 2016 11:33 AM ]
“uz tha debil” –John Boehner to Ted Cruz
I really enjoy Tina Fey but I don't understand how people can just call her perfect when she relies on socially acceptable racism so much.
And this is exactly why, out of all the Harry Potter films, Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince is my favorite.
Kesha is recording again!
The next Vice President could be Tom Perez.
Another Doctors Without Borders hospital has been attacked.
This ancient treat fucks eeeeeverything up.
Former House Speaker and life-long sex offender Dennis Hastert has been sentenced to just 15 months in prison.
V.25 No.7 | 02/18/2016
The Daily Word in feral children, curving and Guantanamo Bay
By Renee Chavez [ Wed Feb 24 2016 2:55 PM ]
Republicans plan to stop Obama from closing Guantanamo Bay prison.
New laws may close many medical marijuana dispensaries.
The Navajo Nation can finally look forward to clean running water.
Aliens are trying to contact us. Seriously.
The family of Edgar Camacho-Alvarado have filed their intent to sue.
Body painting is a straight up skill.
Curving--so that's what that weirdness is called.
These are considered the most beautiful bikes.
Daniel and Josh of "Damn Daniel" were on "Ellen."
V.23 No.31 |
The Daily Word in border bills, CIA spies and a penis cloud
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Aug 1 2014 8:52 AM ]
A three-day truce between Israel and Palestine was interrupted after Israel reported one of their soldiers went missing in the southern Gaza Strip.
The House Republican leadership will present a new border bill today that “further tightens a 2008 trafficking law.”
The FBI are assisting authorities in Oregon in trying to find a mother who went missing seven days ago.
Former president Bill Clinton says he had the chance to kill Osama bin Laden hours before the 9/11 attacks.
After an internal investigation, it was confirmed that the CIA spied on the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Bernalillo County deputies took down an alleged drug and prostitution ring on Second and Alameda streets.
A nationwide warrant has been issued for a Las Cruces teen accused of voyeurism.
Teenager Tony Day is expected to plead guilty for the 2012 murders of his adoptive mother and her daughter in Tucumcari.
V.23 No.21 | 5/22/2014
CC BY Harald Groven
Crib Notes: May 22, 2014
By August March
From agency scandal to teevee mythos to political contests—what do you know about last week’s New Mexico news? Test your recall with the Weekly Alibi pop quiz.
V.22 No.50 |
The Daily Word in Coca-Cola's split, a two-headed pig and Senate battles
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Dec 13 2013 10:52 AM ]
Retired FBI agent Robert Levinson has vanished in Iran, and according to AP, he was doing some work for the CIA.
The Democrats and Republicans are duking it out in the Senate … well, not physically.
Authorities say up to four people were stabbed outside the Sports Authority Field after the Denver Broncos lost to the San Diego Chargers.
A SWAT “situation” has ended peacefully after shots were reported at a home in Rio Rancho.
An Albuquerque school bus driver has been accused of punching a student in the face as he was headed home from Eisenhower Middle School.
The City has paid $900,000 to the family of an unarmed man who was shot and killed by APD in 2011.
Rio Grande High School transformed its gym into Italy for one of its students who has been battling leukemia for the past year.
You ever see a two-headed pig? I wouldn't recommend it.
V.22 No.41 |
The Daily Word in the debt ceiling, pesky interest rates and political superheroes
By Mark Lopez [ Mon Oct 14 2013 10:35 AM ]
With three days before the debt-ceiling deadline, the White House and the House Republicans are still having discussions and working toward avoiding a default.
A San Francisco man is recovering after having spent 19 days lost in the woods in Mendocino County, surviving on squirrels, lizards and berries.
Your medical insurance won't cover this procedure? Sure, we can help you, but watch out for those interest rates!
Three Americans won the Nobel prize in economics for their work in assets.
A man wanted in connection with a Georgia murder was found in Albuquerque during a drug raid.
After nine missing children were reunited with their parents on Sunday evening, inquiries of abuse and an investigation of the Tierra Blanca Ranch still looms.
The 42nd Annual Balloon Fiesta wrapped up last night, and what a good finale it was!
What do your favorite superheroes think about political issues?
V.21 No.28 |
The Daily Word in dead turtles and a missing Congressman
By Tom Nayder [ Thu Jul 12 2012 10:36 AM ]
Former FBI Director Louis Freeh releases his report on the investigation into the coverup at Penn State.
House Republicans vote for the 30th time to repeal the Affordable Health Care Act.
The Las Cruces doctor who wrote more prescriptions than the entire UNM medical school has had his license suspended.
The Bosque will reopen on Friday.
Workers in Trinadad are totally sorry about crushing thousands of endangered leatherback turtle eggs.
Mississippians will still be able to get abortions, for now.
Pantone chart of all human skin colors.
Scientists finally discover a new moon orbiting Pluto.
Netflix is your new babysitter.
Who drinks the most soda? USA! USA! USA!
Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr has been missing since June.
Five classic movies you'll never get to see because they were never made.
If you want to eat french fries at Olympic Park in London head to McDonald's.
V.21 No.27 | 7/5/2012
Eric Williams ericwphoto.com
Gary Johnson: Coming to a ballot near you
By Marisa Demarco [ Tue Jul 10 2012 4:12 PM ]
When voters hit the polls countrywide, they’ll see at least three options for president. One of them is former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson. As the Libertarian candidate, he’s pitching himself as fiscally conservative and socially liberal.
“I'm going to be the only candidate that doesn't want to bomb Iran. I'm going to be the only candidate that wants to get out Afghanistan now—and the wars. I'm going to be the only candidate that wants to end the drug war. I'm going to be the only candidate that wants to bring about marriage equality, believing that it’s a constitutionally guaranteed right.”
I got a chance to speak with him about what it means to be a third-party candidate for president in a country that’s increasingly frustrated with its leaders. Read up on his positions regarding the drug war, the Tea Party and minimal government.
Eric Williams ericwphoto.com
Righter Than Right, Lefter Than Left
Ex-guv is ready to throw down with the donkeys and elephants
By Marisa Demarco
Gary Johnson changed his party affiliation and became the Libertarian presidential candidate in May. He needs to poll at 15 percent to get into the televised debates between ex-Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and President Obama. The Libertarian candidate for president spoke with the Alibi about how his new party is working out, his opinion of Gov. Susana Martinez and what minimal government really means.
V.21 No.9 |
The Daily Word in Mediocre Wednesday, money for Paseo and taco-flavored ramen
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Mar 7 2012 8:06 AM ]
Money approved for the long-awaited Paseo del Norte/I-25 rebuilding project.
Iran agrees to nuclear inspections and talks.
U.S. military sued over rapes.
107% voter turnout in some of Checnya's precincts.
Billionaire Koch brothers trying to take control of the Cato Institute.
College student sues school after roommate has too much sex.
This is how you cite a tweet in an academic paper.
You really should be eating more lentils.
This Australian town covered in spider webs is the stuff on nightmares.
Peyton Manning to become a free agent.
Toddler swallows 37 high powered magnets, somehow survives.
Batman Running Away From Shit is a blog about Batman running away from shit.
Speaking of Batman, why doesn't he just kill the Joker already?
Everyone knows the right way to wash pants, right?
The Crazy Cuban Honey Badger doesn't give a shit.
V.21 No.8 |
The Daily Word in Leap Years, wins for Romney and APS lockdown
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Feb 29 2012 8:12 AM ]
Kick out the jams, it's Leap Day!
Catholic priest in Washington D.C. denies lesbian communion at her mother's funeral mass, leaves during eulogy.
Romney manages to win in Michigan and Arizona.
Lockdown at 5 APS schools after student found with gun.
Was that the dean from "Community" accepting an Oscar on Sunday?
I'm sorry, but this is just jacked.
McDonald's newest/saddest sandwich is the McBaguette.
The Pirate Bay replaces all torrent links with magnet links, nothing really changes.
Women's health experts discuss birth control.
Kickstarter poised to provide more arts funding than the National Endowment of the Arts.
Was Elvis' manager, Colonel Parker a murderer?
New bat species discovered in Vietnam.
After seeing these official LEGO Avengers sets, I'm still not sure who the villains in the movie are going to be.
Nice collection of unproduced Star Wars merchandise.
Is it even possible to fix The Phantom Menace? (YES!)
"The Wire" wind up toys you'll never see in your happy meal.
Say it with me: umami
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