V.21 No.27 |
The Daily Word in lighting fires, daring explorations and bad P.R.
Aerial footage of this morning's derailed freight train fire in Columbus, Ohio.
Newfound marine creature named after Bob Marley.
Egypt's military leadership caught in power battle with Muslim Brotherhood.
Fresh grief at the site of the Srebrenica massacre.
The Spaceport should see first tourist takeoffs by the end of next year.
Upcoming International AIDS Conference highlights health issue in the U.S., where African-American community suffers disproportionately.
Greg Jackson interviewed after high-profile feature on Jackson-Winklejohn Gym.
Racial profiling claims leveled at San Juan County law enforcement.
The state attorney general's image problem.
Astonishing images from an undersea photo studio.
Dude, don't pull a "Harry Reid."
Free Slurpees for all! 'Til the cups run out.
V.21 No.20 | 5/17/2012
The Daily Word in presidential marketing, biting bears, Jay-Z for gay marriage
Wait, is Obama the first gay president or the first female president? Last I checked, he wasn’t either. Maybe he can close the books on gimmicky headlines used to sell magazines by coming up with an all-encompassing term like Cablinasian.
Jay-Z also in support of gay marriage. Does that make him the nation’s first gay rap legend?
French Socialist François Hollande is inaugurated this morning as the nation’s president.
Man claims he was assaulted by the chairman of the Public Regulation Commission during one of its hearings.
Rio Rancho boy bitten by captured bear.
Greek government talks fall apart, prompting an election do-over.
Apparently it's not too late to live out that life-long dream of fellating Charles Bukowski. ... What else would be the purpose of whiskey-flavored lube?
I’ve tried a sugar-free Slurpee. Not bad, but they melt really quick.
Partial eclipse this Sunday afternoon.
No. 7 in this list of people doing dumb things takes my vote.
One of the the Swamp People died.
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