BY JIM FLINK

ANCHOR LAUREN ZIMA


Here are your top news headlines from Newsy.
A big shakeup in Mitt Romney’s campaign in New Mexico.
Both the communications director and Hispanic outreach director have been reassigned.
One political analyst tells KOB-TV, all the polls have shown Romney trailing President Barack Obama badly in the polls.

“That’s Mitt Romney throwing in the towel.  We’re gonna move New Mexico from lean Obama to likely Obama based on these developments.  You don’t move key staffers out of here, unless you’ve given up on the state.”

The Pakistani government has declared a "special day of love" for the Prophet Muhammad amidst continued violent clashes nationwide.  The BBC reports, The U.S. has paid for ads on Pakistani TV showing President Barack Obama and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton condemning the film.

“Since our founding, The United States has been a nation that respects all faiths...”
“The United States government had absolutely nothing to do with this video.”


Former Miami Dolphins receiver Chad Johnson -- Ochocinco as some know him -- is now seeking anger management help.
This, after he allegedly head-butted his now ex-wife Evelyn Lozada.
The Dolphins cut Johnson in the wake of that incident.  CNN has the update.

“We have confirmed the former NFL wide receiver has struck a deal with prosecutors to avoid jail time.”
“Johnson was cut from the Dolphins shortly after.  Johnson says he wants to get back to the NFL.”


Texas Tech has accepted the resignation of its head basketball coach, Billy Gillispie.
Gillispie faces allegations of mistreatment and abuse from his own players.  ESPN analyst Jason King noting, some of that stemmed from the way Gillispie ran practice.

“You know he had been reprimanded once for exceeding NCAA limits on practices.  Got reprimanded for that in January.  There were rumors that he had again been reprimanded for that, which is kind of a slap in the face of your boss.”


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Top News Headlines: Romney Shakes Up New Mexico Staff

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Sep 21, 2012

Top News Headlines: Romney Shakes Up New Mexico Staff

BY JIM FLINK

ANCHOR LAUREN ZIMA


Here are your top news headlines from Newsy.
A big shakeup in Mitt Romney’s campaign in New Mexico.
Both the communications director and Hispanic outreach director have been reassigned.
One political analyst tells KOB-TV, all the polls have shown Romney trailing President Barack Obama badly in the polls.

“That’s Mitt Romney throwing in the towel.  We’re gonna move New Mexico from lean Obama to likely Obama based on these developments.  You don’t move key staffers out of here, unless you’ve given up on the state.”

The Pakistani government has declared a "special day of love" for the Prophet Muhammad amidst continued violent clashes nationwide.  The BBC reports, The U.S. has paid for ads on Pakistani TV showing President Barack Obama and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton condemning the film.

“Since our founding, The United States has been a nation that respects all faiths...”
“The United States government had absolutely nothing to do with this video.”


Former Miami Dolphins receiver Chad Johnson -- Ochocinco as some know him -- is now seeking anger management help.
This, after he allegedly head-butted his now ex-wife Evelyn Lozada.
The Dolphins cut Johnson in the wake of that incident.  CNN has the update.

“We have confirmed the former NFL wide receiver has struck a deal with prosecutors to avoid jail time.”
“Johnson was cut from the Dolphins shortly after.  Johnson says he wants to get back to the NFL.”


Texas Tech has accepted the resignation of its head basketball coach, Billy Gillispie.
Gillispie faces allegations of mistreatment and abuse from his own players.  ESPN analyst Jason King noting, some of that stemmed from the way Gillispie ran practice.

“You know he had been reprimanded once for exceeding NCAA limits on practices.  Got reprimanded for that in January.  There were rumors that he had again been reprimanded for that, which is kind of a slap in the face of your boss.”


Stay with Newsy for all your multisource video news analysis throughout the day.  For Newsy, I’m ---- highlighting the day’s top headlines to make you smarter faster.
 

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