The first "M-Class" planet was found: Kepler-186 f. It's the first Earth-sized world found in the "habitable zone" around a star, possibly with an atmosphere and water that could support life.
Caveat: it would take an impossibly long time (500 years) to get there. However, there's a chance we could find similar exoplanets relatively closer to us.
(This news was first posted at Cosmosup.com back on April 18, and they posted it on Google+, where I first saw it, on July 15. If anyone already knew about it, sorry.)
In other news, you can follow the tweets of the Apollo 11 mission as it happened 45 years ago this week.
Keyboard on new laptop is a PITA.