Weekly Alibi
 Alibi V.25 No.22 • June 2-8, 2016 

The Daily Word

The Daily Word in Muhammad Ali, Flint’s water crisis, and rap-rock supergroups

This weekend, boxer and civil rights activist Muhammad Ali died at 74. He was the greatest of all time, both in and out of the ring.

Sunday marked the beginning of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan and the month-long fast for those who observe it. Here’s answers to some of the questions you were too embarassed to ask about Ramadan

Primaries for New Mexico open tomorrow. Get out there and vote, y’all.

On Sunday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order that will punish any groups who boycott Israel for the sake of Palestinian human rights.

A new supergroup is formed -- members of Rage Against the Machine, Public Enemy and Cypress Hill have come together to form Prophets of Rage. And their 35-date summer tour is called “Make America Rage Again.”

In a new report, the state of Michigan found that it would require $216 million to fix the city of Flint’s contaminated water crisis. Which is more than three times what governor Rick Snyder budgeted for the project.

Scientists and historians have long debated about when and how dogs were domesticated. Some new genetic evidence indicates that in fact, dogs may have been domesticated twice.