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LIVE BLOG: Supreme Court rules on gay marriage
Legal experts discuss decisions by the United States Supreme Court, including expected rulings on the Defense of Marriage Act and California's Proposition 8.
VIDEO: US Senate advances immigration bill
The Senate advanced historic immigration legislation across the last procedural test Thursday and prepared to vote later in the day to pass the measure offering the prize of U.S. citizenship to millions.
VIDEO: Marijuana-fed pigs part experiment, part recycling
A farmer in Washington state has cooked up a Cannabis concoction for his pigs. Part flavor experiment, part green recycling, these 'pot'-bellied pigs are being sold at market.
Smithsonian gets long-sought Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton
The arm was found first, by a day hiker in a rugged, remote section of a Montana wildlife refuge. The body had been frozen in time - and rock - for ages, stuck in a death pose for posterity in Hell Creek sediments.
Bert and Ernie's "Moment of Joy" cover blows up the web
After The New Yorker released an upcoming cover, featuring an image of Sesame Street pals Bert and Ernie cuddled to watch the Supreme Court DOMA ruling, the Internet exploded with reactions ranging from adoration to disgust and everything in between.
Police rescue children while mother smokes pot
Two juvenile males were rescued while climbing out a third-floor window by police while their 25-year-old mother was smoking marijuana downstairs.
VIDEO: NASA Releases incredible images of tornadoes on the sun
Space weather can have a surprising impact here on Earth.
VIDEO: Plane slams through hangar after wrong turn
A small passenger plane crashed through a hangar at the Chino, Calif. airport after the pilot apparently lost control during an engine test.
VIDEO: National anthem singer gets hit with racial tweets
After 11-year-old Sebastian De La Cruz sang the national anthem at game three of the NBA finals, rascist tweets poured in. Some tweets questioned De La Cruz's right to be in the country, to which he said: "People don't know, they just assume that I'm just Mexican, but I'm not from Mexico, I'm from San Antonio, born and raised."
Purchases by dementia sufferers put stores in quandary
An increasing number of lawsuits have been filed across Japan against department stores that allowed unusual purchases to be made by elderly people with dementia.
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