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Good day, bad day: June 14, 2012

A 5-year-old prodigy opens her second solo New York art show, while R. Kelly gets a hefty bill from the IRS — and more winners and losers of today's news cycle

GOOD DAY FOR:

Party animals
A study finds that heavy drinking, smoking, drug use, and overeating do not affect a man's sperm count. [TIME]

Tech-savvy hikers
Google Street View unveils plans to expand its maps to include photographs of popular hiking trails. [GOOD]

Arts and crafts
A 5-year-old Australian painting prodigy opens her second solo New York City art show. [Gothamist

BAD DAY FOR:

Female MDs
A new analysis finds that female doctors earn an average of $12,194 less per year than their male counterparts. [Newser]

The King of R&B
The IRS reports that R. Kelly stopped paying his taxes in 2005, and owes about $4.8 million. [Business Insider]

Clean getaways
A man allegedly attempts to rob a Virginia Walmart, only to get hit by his own getaway truck during the botched escape attempt. [Consumerist]

For more winners and losers see: Good day, bad day: June 13, 2012 

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