The Daily Word in Black Holes, Police Corruption and Playground Pirates

The Daily Word

2015 was the second hottest year in American history. I blame Al Gore.

For the first time ever, visible light was detected in a black hole, and even amateur-level telescopes can see it.

6-month manhunt for drug lord "El Chapo" ends in capture. Whereabouts of the sweet ride he escaped on go unreported.

Rio Rancho High School parents are concerned about the firing of a substitute teacher after an investigation into what Rio Rancho police are calling "improper actions" with a student.

Former Albuquerque Records Clerk claims he was instructed by APD to actively impede records requests.

New Mexico's snowpack smashes 30-year average. Groundhog: "Here we go, again."

Mexico's "Grand Warlock" predicts failure in Trump's future. Trump's frown deepens.

In 1999, the best place to learn science was Brittney Spears' Guide to Semiconductor Physics.

500-year-old skeleton of an executed pirate discovered under a school playground in Edinburgh, UK. And you thought an hour in detention sucked.