Most of what they're catching isn't all that exciting, but the folks at the Sunlight Foundation have launched something that has the potential to expose elected officials and politicians as they try to hide embarrassing things that get on to their Twitter feeds.
Politwoops, Sunlight says, is "the only comprehensive collection of deleted tweets by U.S. politicians. From minor typos to major gaffes, Politwoops is now there to offer a searchable window into what they hoped you didn't see."
Sheik Jawdat Said, 81, has been urging nonviolent protest in Syria for decades, and has been arrested many times. A scholar and an activist, shown here speaking at American University in Washington in March, he is heading back to Syria this week and plans to resume his call for peaceful opposition to the government.
New Mexico's primary election is on Tuesday and recent scandals in southern parts of the state have refocused attention on the issue of voter fraud.
Is there rampant abuse of the right to vote in New Mexico? Are there barriers to voting that prevent voters from having their say and being counted? Just ahead this morning on the KUNM Call In Show, we'll take your calls and comments.
But first, we'll hear from Steve Robert Allen, the Policy Director at ACLU-New Mexico. Allen says there's no such thing as a flawless election.
Thurs. 5/31 10a: The New Mexico Jazz Workshop's summer series, Jazz and Blues Under The Stars, begins June 2 in the amphitheater at the Albuquerque Museum of Art with The Albuquerque Jazz Orchestra and guest artist, saxophonist, vocalist and arranger, Matt Catingub. Host Spencer Beckwith speaks with the director of the Albuquerque Jazz Orchestra, saxophonist Glenn Kostur.
The Scripps National Spelling Bee is down to the 50 semifinalists. Today at 10:00 Eastern, they'll compete in the semifinals (broadcast on ESPN2), and then tonight at 8:00, they'll hold the finals (broadcast on ESPN). You can also follow an online streaming version at ESPN online, but to be honest, it's an extremely cumbersome process that I haven't yet gotten to work for me.
A proposed raise to monthly premiums for Blue Cross Blue Shield policyholders in New Mexico has become official. The Santa Fe New Mexican reports State Insurance Superintendent John Franchini approved the 6.9% increase Tuesday, which will take effect Friday.
ADP's monthly report is sometimes a decent barometer of what the Bureau of Labor Statistics will say when it issues its employment estimates. We're due to hear from BLS about the May employment situation on Friday at 8:30 a.m. ET.