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On this date in 1977, Voyager 1 was launched. Soon it will reach interstellar space...

Dems, too, are skilled in the art of rhetorical gymnastics.

Top aide to Gov. Susana Martinez says a recording that includes troubling statements about his use of state email was aired without context and is "intentionally misleading."

Seriously though, a typo could derail the new minimum wage proposal.

Afghan military purges hundreds of soldiers in an attempt to respond to dozens of so-called "insider attacks" on international service members, most of them American.

Editor and writer Tom Engelhardt calls this violence "death by ally," and says that "such acts in such numbers are historically unprecedented."

U.S. Justice Dept. calls out B.P.'s bad behavior.

A strong earthquake in Costa Rica prompts tsunami warnings.

Gary Johnson's ballot access travails.

Chuck Norris is super stressed out in his airy home-dojo, on the potential eve of the end of the world as we know it.

"I often have to cut into the brain and it's something I hate doing."

Early Hitchcock films for free.

Slipped up sleight of hand.

Happy birthday to moonstruck Caspar Friedrich.