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Happy President's Day

The Daily Word

Today marks the bittersweet 50th anniversary of American space flight.

Drew Gordon goes 27 and 20 and leads the Lobos to a 65-45 win over UNLV this weekend. That was hands down the craziest game I've ever been to.

Albuquerque firefighter loses home in ... a fire.

First known person to row across the Atlantic Ocean passes away.

Santa Fe couple gets to foster an emu found roaming around in their neighborhood.

February in Yosemite is lava waterfall time.

UK man sentenced for urinating on a transformer (no, not a robot in disguise) and igniting a blast that knocked out power to 2,000 homes.

Physicists have created a transistor from a single phosphorous atom.

Dutch scientists make steps to produce first lab-grown hamburger.

Was Charlie Chaplin secretly a Frenchman? Was his name really Israel Thornstein?

Authorities find baggie filled with pot stuffed inside a peanut butter jar inside of a man's carry on.

Some artistic photos from the Westminster Dog Show.

Tattoo artist comes up with permanent solution for balding men.

Thanks to Tom and Carl for some of today's links!