The Daily Word in protesting Putin, toppling Trevi and locating lungs
Thousands take to the streets of Russia to protest Vladimir Putin a day after authorities raided the homes of protest leaders.
The world-renowned Trevi fountain is slowly crumbling due to cuts to the funding of Rome’s monuments.
Danny Boyle’s £27m opening ceremony for the London Olympics features real animals and rain-producing clouds.
175 structures have been destroyed by the Little Bear fire in Ruidoso.
A pair of lungs is discovered on a Los Angeles-area sidewalk.
The Los Angeles Kings win Lord Stanley’s Cup, the first in the club’s 45-year history.
Bank of America plans to spend $50 billion over the next 10 years to fight climate change.
A group of Japanese astronomers in Hawaii find the oldest galaxy to be discovered.
A man suspected to be high on bath salts strips naked and goes after a three-year-old girl in Miami.
A man gathering material about a book about kindness in America is shot and wounded in West Virginia.
Tokyo reclaims its place as the world’s most expensive city.
23 gravestones vanish at a Civil War cemetery in Washington, D.C.
The town of Middleborough, Mass. can now slap you with a $20 fine for swearing in public.
Happy National Beef Jerky Day! Here’s a portrait of sasquatch made entirely of jerky.
How Chile Came to New Mexico at Los Lunas Museum of Heritage & Art
A book signing with illustrator Nicholas Otero.
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