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Former Liberian president Charles Taylor was sentenced to 50 years in prison for “heinous and brutal” war crimes.

The seemingly endless GOP presidential nomination season ends with Mitt as the last one standing. He celebrates with Donald Trump.

Governor Susana Martinez is scheduled to return from California today after attending private PAC fundraisers. Susana PAC has almost a million dollars in its coffers, which the guv aims to use in key state legislative races.

With a week left to go before the primary election, experts are projecting low turnout. Get out and vote!

Rest In Peace, (country music legend) Doc Watson.

Wikileaks’ Julian Assange still has a little time left to fight Swedish extradition charges, although he lost his latest appeal.

In a split decision, the state Supreme Court upheld the Guild Cinema's conviction for violating a city ordinance prohibiting adult film screenings, which the theater argues infringed on free speech rights.

War veterans make stops in New Mexico as they bike across the country to raise awareness about many serious issues that face returning service members.

Two asteroids hurtled past Earth on Monday and Tuesday. Some scientists (and billionares) see a missed opportunity to troll for valuable minerals.

Roger Federer broke grand slam records with his most recent win at the French Open, while Novak Djokovic successfully battled into the third round.

Notorious cult leader and mass murderer Charles Manson could have ties to unsolved cases in the L.A. area.

Mark your calendars! Friday is national Donut Day.

 
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