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Good day, bad day: June 28, 2012
Google debuts its augmented-reality glasses, while CNN botches the biggest news story of the year — and more winners and losers of today's news cycle
Google is set to release Google Glass(es) in 2013; until then, the glasses will only be available to developers at a whopping price of $1,500.
Google is set to release Google Glass(es) in 2013; until then, the glasses will only be available to developers at a whopping price of $1,500.
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OOD DAY FOR:

Reimagining Independence Day
A National Geographic poll finds that Americans believe President Obama would do better than Mitt Romney in fending off an alien attack. [Discovery News]

Super specs
Google announces the official pre-sale of Google Glass, the nifty Terminator-style eyeglasses the search giant introduced as a prototype in April. [Tecca]

Joining the century club
Hillary Clinton embarks on a trip to Latvia, setting a new record for the most countries ever visited by a Secretary of State. This is her 100th country. [New York]

BAD DAY FOR:

The most trusted name in news
CNN initially reports that the Supreme Court struck down ObamaCare's individual mandate. In fact, the opposite is true. [The Daily Dot]

Feeling safe
Eight TSA security screeners at New Jersey's Newark Liberty International Airport are fired for allegedly sleeping on the job... in front of monitors that are used to detect bombs and other security threats. [Consumerist]

Wedding crashers
Alec Baldwin reportedly plans to send his wedding "invitation" via mass text message on the day of the nuptials to keep the date and location a secret from the paparazzi. [Videogum]

For more winners and losers see: Good day, bad day: June 27, 2012 

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