The Daily Word in July 4th mishaps, weather in New Mexico, sainthood

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The 4th of July did not pass without its fair share of mishaps and tragedies: At least 28 people were injured in California during a fireworks malfunction and 2 others were killed in parade accidents across the country.

The Statue of Liberty is open again after damages done by Superstorm Sandy.

The good news is, we’ve been getting some rain, the bad news is, about 1,500 people in Los Lunas don’t have any power, and Santa Rosa got pummeled with 2 feet of hail.

Boston University is suing Apple over a patent filed by one of its professors back in 1997.

Pope John Paul II, John XXIII cleared for sainthood.

That whole “it’s so hot you could fry an egg” thing has got Death Valley covered in runny eggs, cartons and shells.

First World Problems.