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V.21 No.52 |


The Daily Word in divorce, child support, gay marriage in Maine and Swedish pizza

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Former Republican Congressional candidate Gary Smith is accused of slashing opponent Janice Arnold-Jones' tires.

Albuquerque Journal editorial endorses cessation of Metropolitan Detention Center's methadone program.

Joe Arpaio is in the news again.

Kansas seeks to force sperm donor to pay child support for lesbian couple's kid.

The woman who was gang raped in New Delhi died.

Congress renewed the FISA act without any of the amendments that might have protected Americans' digital privacy.

Gay marriage is now legal in Maine.

Video of Russian cops giving hugs.

Did the U.S. government kill Marilyn Monroe because she was a commie?

Interesting history of clothing sizes.

Silvio Berlusconi will pay his former wife 132,000 dollars a day according to their divorce settlement.

Kittens on album covers.

Swedes like kabobs on their pizza.

In 1997 this was a dark day for the fowl of Hong Kong.

V.21 No.37 |


The Daily Word in Joe Arpaio, Chris Stevens, Susanna Martinez, Paul Watson, and Lynette

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Rio Arriba County residents comment on Sheriff's department's shorter business hours.

Games, food and safety.

"The Mad Men effect."

A Valencia County man is mad at Governor Martinez and some cows.

"This is Jail, get over it."

In Denmark, public transportation is completely awesome.

Eco-fugitive Paul Watson is hiding out somewhere at sea.

Collection of the "Rahm Emanuel likes Nickelback" dude's protest signs.

Latest on the "Innocence of Muslims" video, backlash, and weirdness.

How the restricting of the "Innocence of Muslims" video in some countries demonstrates web-firms' role in free speech and censorship.

Anyone can make a "reply-all" goof.

Someone stole the strategic maple syrup reserve!

"This Man Beats Women" advisory on Chris Brown CDs.

Record-setting tightrope-walkers did it without a net.

Anthrax-tainted heroin in the U.K.

Gallery of "On The Road" book covers.

Lynette from "Shit 'Burquenos Say" is now working for UNM.

On this day in 1965, Lost in Space premiered.

V.21 No.35 |


The Daily Word in Thalidomide, Instagram, and Joe Arpaio gets sued

Happy birthday, Salma Hayek!

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"Walk On By" lyricist and Burt Bacharach cohort Hal David died.

The company that manufactured and sold Thalidomide issued a formal apology (50 years later) that victims say misses the mark.

Instagram is suffering the same fate as Chat Roulette.

Santa Feans peeved over pile of a "quarter million" tires.

Interesting story about undercover cops who infiltrated occupy Austin.

Cosmopolitan magazine style tips for the 19th century woman.

Vancouver police are still rounding up suspects from the 2011 Stanley Cup riot.

The Kirtland Air Force Base trestle.

Film director James Toback is still a creep.

Texting driver who killed a man faces only a twenty dollar fine in Virginia.

Photo gallery of 1930's British police criminal identification pictures.

What's wrong at Circle K?

"The high-flying, mansion-building, Ferrari-driving, Vegas-gambling life...."

Joe Arpaio does not have immunity against a lawsuit from The Phoenix New Times.

Obama accuses GOP of wanting to bring back "trickle-down economics."

On this day in 1966, Salma Hayek was born.

V.21 No.29 |


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

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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.

V.21 No.19 |


The Daily Word in homophobic rants, white supremacy, Mitt Romney and bouncer beatings

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Albuquerque had a great rain shower yesterday for the first time in about six weeks.

Aryan gangs on the rise in NM.

Let's catch up with the Alamogordo police blotter.

For writing quality, Rio Grande Sun's police blotter beats all though.

Bouncers at Albuquerque's Uptown Sports Bar beat up a dine and dasher. Video.

Twisted and rambling (and entertainingly stupid) rant about homosexuality by woman at a city council meeting in Nebraska.

Mitt Romney: schoolboy bully.

Neato R rated claymation!

Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio ain't backin' down.

Update on Sarah Tressler, the reporter who was fired for not disclosing her second job as a stripper.

Coherent and funny Russel Brand speaks to English parliament about drug policy.

Great photo gallery of VW Beetle wrecks from decades ago.

Texas chicken farmer Carroll Shelby died last week. Oh, he also designed some of the most overpowered cars ever: Mustangs and their meaner bastard English cousin the Cobra.

V.19 No.21 | 5/27/2010


The Daily Word 5.25.10: Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, Smartphones, Corrales Fire

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The proposal to repeal “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” is expected to be voted on in Congress this week.

Obama’s approval rating drops to a record-low 42 percent.

Hackers in Miami changed a highway sign to read “No Latinos, No Tacos.”

Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio wants an apology for a Mexican tourism ad mocking SB 1070.

Smartphones may be the future of hotel room keys.

Rear-end collisions more than doubled in West Palm Beach due to the red light cameras. Albuquerque?

A truck carrying 17 million bees crashes in Minnesota. Yikes.

A rise in miscarriages may be linked to the effects of 9/11.

The Bosque fire in Corrales is 35% contained as the winds die down.

Albuquerque City Council approves a budget that includes pay cuts for city employees, balancing a $66 million shorfall.