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The Sapphirina copepod is only a few millimeters long.
Russian state media pulls out all the stops to showcase how "fun" the invasion of Ukraine really is.
The news from the last 24 hours.
A look at the attempt by some on the right to claim that Arizona's bigoted law was simply "misunderstood."
Unconfirmed reports of Russian troop movements in Ukraine.
16 seconds of smiles.
The term "AIDS" was coined later that same year.
Colbert: "SB1062, a bill defending my religious right to deny sodomites pastry."
Scott Lively, who claims gays were behind the Holocaust, was simply called an "Evangelical leader."
College students given good characters in games acted more nicely than those given evil, or neutral, ones.
The new remote control condoms are in response to a challenge from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
With the defeat of Arizona's "religious freedom" bill, it's time to reflect on the past and future of LGBT rights.
New Snowden documents reveal that this was only the number of video chats intercepted during one 6-month period.
Why won't the FCC appeal the Verizon decision? Do the industry ties of FCC Chair Tom Wheeler tell us something?
The papers were made with software that creates random official-looking research papers about computer science.
Michio Kaku is a theoretical physicist. He recently appeared on Jon Stewart's "The Daily Show."
Ding dong, the bill is dead.
And even GoDaddy, a notoriously Republican company, came out in opposition to SB1062 today.
Politically and strategically, the Supreme Court's ruling in Windsor is appearing more brilliant by the day.
GOP does with defense what it claims Dems do with entitlements - spend and spend, because enough is never enough.