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With Pluto On Its Horizon, NASA Spacecraft Nears Target

"We haven’t done anything like this since Voyager in the 1980s, and nothing like it is planned to ever happen again."

Obama To Expand Overtime Pay For Millions

The Labor Department will expand overtime pay, in a move the administration estimates would impact 5 million U.S. workers.

What Makes A Word? Making Sense Of The Argle-Bargle

Justice Antonin Scalia is known for his eyebrow-raising words, including jiggery-pokery, mummeries, ukase and argle-bargle.

Tennis Hall Of Famer Stan Smith On How The Game Has Changed

While watching a match between Rafael Nadal and Thomaz Belucci, the former champ discusses Wimbledon and tennis as a whole.

In California Drought, Grape Growers Face A Trade-Off

The drought could affect production of low-cost bottles, but if can you shell out for the more expensive stuff, you might be in for a treat.

Washington State Battles Wildfires In Parched, Hot Conditions

The wildfire season is off to an early and fierce start. Hundreds of firefighters have been called in from around the state.

And The Kids: Tiny Desk Concert

The fun, colorful trio plays music that's full of life, with dissonant sounds that still feel suited for singing along.

Google Is Manipulating Search Results, Study Finds

The study by top legal and economic scholars found the search engine giant knowingly buries its competitors. Google refutes the findings.

Frozen In Time, Remembering The Students Who Changed A Teacher's Life

Jonathan Kozol looks back on events he wrote about 50 years ago, in Death at an Early Age, that reveal how an elementary school treated black children in 1960s Boston.

Chorus Helps Trans Men And Women Find Their Voice

The all-trans chorus was founded to help transgender people learn to use their changing voices in a safe space.