(CNN) -- Organizing for Action, the nonprofit advocacy group that originated from President Barack Obama's re-election campaign, released its first television ad Monday promoting the president's sweeping health care reform that became law three years ago.
Parts of New Mexico experienced some interesting weather on sunday. Thunderstorms hit several communities, although there were fewer storms than on the previous two days. Metro Albuquerque experienced a haboob, or dust cloud in the afternoon.
One person was taken to the hospital after a rollover accident in Downtown El Paso.
It happened just before 2 a.m. Monday on the exit ramp of I-10 and Downtown.
The vehicle was completely flipped over.
While the future of immigration reform is still in question, Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, a member of the bipartisan Gang of Eight, predicted the Senate will pass the bill with 70 votes or more.
The El Paso Diablos handled the Laredo Lemurs 11-3 Sunday night as DH Murray Watts knocked in an impressive five RBI. Three of those RBI came with a home run in the seventh inning that put the Diablos out in front 10-3.