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  1. 1.
    If you are wondering why you have lost friends in adulthood, this is probably why21 August 2018
    7:50
  2. 2.
    Fake America great again21 August 2018
    10:12
  3. 3.
    Low Pay Has Teachers Flocking to the Sharing Economy21 August 2018
    8:33
  4. 4.
    The Secret to Ant Efficiency Is Idleness21 August 2018
    3:37
  5. 5.
    After decades of work, scientists found direct evidence of ice on the Moon21 August 2018
    4:02
  6. 6.
    Are Trump’s Lawyers an Asset or a Liability?21 August 2018
    9:48
  7. 7.
    A LESSON FROM KRILL AND BLUE WHALES ON HAPPINESS THROUGH HUMILITY21 August 2018
    6:53
  8. 8.
    Amazon Is Not Paying Its Electric Bills. You Might Be21 August 2018
    7:47
  1. 9.
    The psychological importance of wasting time21 August 2018
    3:58
  2. 10.
    Low-carb diets could shorten life, study suggests20 August 2018
    5:13
  3. 11.
    How America Convinced the World to Demonize Drugs20 August 2018
    13:34
  4. 12.
    Trump’s Risky War of Choice Against the Generals20 August 2018
    7:08
  5. 13.
    Elon Musk Details Excruciating Personal Toll of Tesla Turmoil19 August 2018
    12:00
  6. 14.
    Genoa tragedy points to a malaise at the heart of Italy19 August 2018
    7:16
  7. 15.
    Powerful women told me getting a dog is the key to success. They were right19 August 2018
    7:13
  8. 16.
    Tesla Board Torn Between Service to Shareholders and CEO19 August 2018
    5:26
  9. 17.
    Failure of the World in Rwanda Changed the Worldview of Kofi Annan19 August 2018
    7:21
  10. 18.
    Chasing the Myth of Michael Jackson17 August 2018
    12:59
  11. 19.
    Your Name Is All Over the Internet. It Does Not Need to Be.17 August 2018
    4:35
  12. 20.
    In the 1960s, the U.S. Government Set Off a Pair of Nukes Under Mississippi17 August 2018
    11:07
  13. 21.
    The internet has transformed the search for love and partnership17 August 2018
    6:52
  14. 22.
    In hot water: Global warming amplifies risk of marine heat waves17 August 2018
    5:33
  15. 23.
    Milestone wheat gene map could help food security and allergies17 August 2018
    4:41
  16. 24.
    Walmart Strikes a Blow for the … Big Guy17 August 2018
    4:21
  17. 25.
    How the Republican Party Lost Its Way17 August 2018
    5:51
  18. 26.
    El Niño tries to return, could make 2018 an even warmer year17 August 2018
    4:14
  19. 27.
    An inversion of nature: how air conditioning created the modern city16 August 2018
    10:55
  20. 28.
    The Recruitment Problem the Military Does Not Want to Talk About16 August 2018
    12:40
  21. 29.
    THE NOTION OF LUXURY HAS BECOME MEANINGLESS16 August 2018
    4:12
  22. 30.
    The Freedom of the Press Is Yours16 August 2018
    3:58
  23. 31.
    Elephants Have a Secret Weapon Against Cancer16 August 2018
    7:50
  24. 32.
    Starbucks tries to save 6 billion cups a year from the trash16 August 2018
    5:50
  25. 33.
    We are in a new age of obesity. How did it happen? You would be surprised16 August 2018
    7:53
  26. 34.
    We are guinea pigs in a worldwide experiment on microplastics16 August 2018
    8:18
  27. 35.
    How to Discuss the Far Right Without Empowering It15 August 2018
    7:53
  28. 36.
    The U.S. Becomes an Oil Economy15 August 2018
    5:16
  29. 37.
    How movie theaters are surviving big tech15 August 2018
    4:28
  30. 38.
    Why Never Trump Godfather Rick Wilson Started Carrying a Gun in Public15 August 2018
    5:10
  31. 39.
    In U.S., wage growth is being wiped out entirely by inflation15 August 2018
    8:49
  32. 40.
    Smartest people in the world own tons of books they do not read15 August 2018
    12:08
  33. 41.
    The five universal laws of human stupidity15 August 2018
    6:50
  34. 42.
    Why Digital Currency Will Not Save Us14 August 2018
    10:27
  35. 43.
    HAS STEPHEN MILLER BECOME A SHADOW MASTER AT THE STATE DEPARTMENT?14 August 2018
    9:28
  36. 44.
    An 11-year-old changed election results on a replica Florida state website in under 10 minutes14 August 2018
    4:07
  37. 45.
    The rollout of the first genetically modified food animal is being bungled14 August 2018
    4:53
  38. 46.
    Soviet Collapse Echoes in China Belt and Road14 August 2018
    8:30
  39. 47.
    The Case for Rooms14 August 2018
    11:00
  40. 48.
    Halfway to boiling: the city at 50C14 August 2018
    10:56
  41. 49.
    A Fatal Accident Leads to Broader Questions About NYC Trash Hauler’s Operations14 August 2018
    7:26
  42. 50.
    The $250 Biohack That is Revolutionizing Life With Diabetes13 August 2018
    12:27
  43. 51.
    A New Pacemaker Hack Puts Malware Directly on the Device13 August 2018
    7:10
  44. 52.
    Inducing labor at 39 weeks may reduce C sections13 August 2018
    5:13
  45. 53.
    Tesla going private is the ultimate Silicon Valley move13 August 2018
    7:13
  46. 54.
    Inside the Very Big, Very Controversial Business of Dog Cloning13 August 2018
    14:28
  47. 55.
    Turkey's crisis could widen, and its options are running out13 August 2018
    6:17
  48. 56.
    How Did a Suicidal Ground Worker Take an Alaska Air Plane? It Was Easy13 August 2018
    6:21
  49. 57.
    2017 Was One of the Hottest Years on Record. And That Was Without El Niño.13 August 2018
    5:51
  50. 58.
    Who is to Blame for New York Defeat for Uber? Khosrowshahi or Kalanick?13 August 2018
    5:42
  51. 59.
    Secret War on Terror by Trump10 August 2018
    12:56
  52. 60.
    Every Day Is August 12 in Charlottesville10 August 2018
    12:30
  53. 61.
    At a hotel belonging to Trump in New York, revenue went up this spring — thanks to a visit from big-spending Saudis10 August 2018
    9:56
  54. 62.
    Can Television Destroy Diet Culture?10 August 2018
    12:48
  55. 63.
    Should the U.S. Air Force Bomb Forest Fires?10 August 2018
    4:00
  56. 64.
    We have been ignoring the problem of dads10 August 2018
    7:42
  57. 65.
    THE ATTEMPT BY OSCARS TO BE POPULIST TURNS OUT TO BE PRETTY ELITIST AND RACIST!10 August 2018
    4:37
  58. 66.
    How the Carr Fire morphed into a towering, deadly fire tornado10 August 2018
    5:01
  59. 67.
    Geoengineering to avert global warming could reduce crop yields10 August 2018
    6:06
  60. 68.
    Why two countries want to kill 100,000 beavers10 August 2018
    8:29
  61. 69.
    COLOR OR FRUIT? ON THE UNLIKELY ETYMOLOGY OF ORANGE9 August 2018
    13:09
  62. 70.
    The Expensive Education of Mark Zuckerberg and Silicon Valley9 August 2018
    8:46
  63. 71.
    Why Westerners Fear Robots and the Japanese Do Not9 August 2018
    7:10
  64. 72.
    DARPA has an ambitious $1.5 billion plan to reinvent electronics9 August 2018
    4:57
  65. 73.
    Successful gene editing in yeast sheds light on chromosomal activity9 August 2018
    3:05
  66. 74.
    China Is Cheating at a Rigged Game9 August 2018
    11:15
  67. 75.
    False Advertising for College Is Pretty Much the Norm9 August 2018
    4:39
  68. 76.
    The Stock Market Is Shrinking. That is a Problem for Everyone.8 August 2018
    5:55
  69. 77.
    Americans have increasingly come to dislike government8 August 2018
    6:12
  70. 78.
    Women More Likely to Survive Heart Attacks If Treated by Female Doctors8 August 2018
    6:15
  71. 79.
    Jim Acosta’s Dangerous Brand of Performance Journalism8 August 2018
    10:47
  72. 80.
    Welcome to the Man Camps of West Texas8 August 2018
    8:08
  73. 81.
    How music has responded to a decade of economic inequality8 August 2018
    15:39
  74. 82.
    STRETCHING AFTER EXERCISE IS NOT ACTUALLY DOING WHAT YOU THINK IT IS DOING8 August 2018
    5:00
  75. 83.
    Without Sergey Brin, Google has lost its healthy fear of authoritarianism8 August 2018
    4:47
  76. 84.
    The Lasting Trauma of Lies of Alex Jones8 August 2018
    10:38
  77. 85.
    For Elon Musk, an $82 Billion Gambit to Silence Tesla's Critics8 August 2018
    5:31
  78. 86.
    What Does It Mean to Ban Alex Jones?8 August 2018
    6:48
  79. 87.
    The surprising psychology of dieting and plate design7 August 2018
    3:49
  80. 88.
    To Do List of Leonardo Da Vinci (Circa 1490)7 August 2018
    3:36
  81. 89.
    As Trump Struggles With Helsinki’s Fallout, Congress Faces a New Charge: Complicity23 July 2018
    12:44
  82. 90.
    The U.S. Needs to Face Up to Its Long History of Election Meddling23 July 2018
    13:11
  83. 91.
    Sniffles? Cancer? Under Medicare Plan, Payments for Office Visits Would Be Same for Both23 July 2018
    7:58
  84. 92.
    Russia’s Strength Is Its Weakness23 July 2018
    6:12
  85. 93.
    The Most Important Number in Finance Is Going Away. Wall St. Isn’t Prepared.20 July 2018
    8:01
  86. 94.
    Maria Butina, explained: the accused Russian spy who tried to sway US politics through the NRA20 July 2018
    8:22
  87. 95.
    THE FALSE TALE OF AMAZON'S INDUSTRY-CONQUERING JUGGERNAUT20 July 2018
    7:16
  88. 96.
    Why Don’t We Always Vote in Our Own Self-Interest?20 July 2018
    13:06
  89. 97.
    The Worst Security Risk in U.S. History20 July 2018
    8:16
  90. 98.
    An indigenous tribe’s sole survivor found20 July 2018
    4:40
  91. 99.
    Raising My Child in a Doomed World19 July 2018
    11:49
  92. 100.
    Plutonium went missing in San Antonio, but the government says nothing19 July 2018
    9:33
  93. 101.
    In about 20 years, half the population will live in eight states19 July 2018
    3:15
  94. 102.
    Baltimore police stopped noticing crime after Freddie Gray's death. A wave of killings followed19 July 2018
    9:08
  95. 103.
    Maria Butina, Suspected Secret Agent, Used Sex in Covert Plan, Prosecutors Say19 July 2018
    9:10
  96. 104.
    American Intelligence Is Sounding the Alarm—but Trump Isn’t Listening19 July 2018
    8:34
  97. 105.
    The Unintended Consequences of Helsinki19 July 2018
    6:46
  98. 106.
    Europe’s Smack to Google May Only Be the Beginning19 July 2018
    8:18
  99. 107.
    Will quitting social media hurt my career?18 July 2018
    4:41
  100. 108.
    How one California county is criminalizing bad grades18 July 2018
    11:29
  101. 109.
    Jupiter has 10 more moons we didn't know about — and they're weird18 July 2018
    3:52
  102. 110.
    Mission: Impossible — Fallout is the most entertaining blockbuster of the summer18 July 2018
    7:08
  103. 111.
    News Analysis: For Republicans, ‘The Dam Has Broken.’ But For How Long?18 July 2018
    8:58
  104. 112.
    What Elon Musk Should Learn From the Thailand Cave Rescue18 July 2018
    5:22
  105. 113.
    It’s official: Lloyd Blankfein is leaving Goldman Sachs18 July 2018
    4:18
  106. 114.
    In thinly veiled barbs at Trump, Obama laments strongman politics and leaders who lie18 July 2018
    3:37
  107. 115.
    Do longer lives mean that one lifelong marriage is not enough?17 July 2018
    6:09
  108. 116.
    How the Kremlin crafted a popular brand: Putin17 July 2018
    13:52
  109. 117.
    The Lifecycle of Greed and Fear17 July 2018
    6:57
  110. 118.
    Latest Muller Indictments Show That Witches Are Very Real17 July 2018
    4:54
  111. 119.
    Unlike most millennials, Norway’s are rich17 July 2018
    9:01
  112. 120.
    Trump’s Meeting With Putin Draws Alarmed Responses From Both Parties17 July 2018
    8:34
  113. 121.
    Foreign investment in the United States plunged 32% in 201717 July 2018
    3:11
  114. 122.
    The Unknowable Robin Williams17 July 2018
    5:15
  115. 123.
    The Danger of a Deal With Putin15 July 2018
    7:34
  116. 124.
    Has Greece finally escaped the grip of catastrophe?15 July 2018
    13:19
  117. 125.
    NPR News: 11-13-2016 7PM ET15 July 2018
    3:36
  118. 126.
    In a first, scientists detect neutrino that formed outside our galaxy13 July 2018
    5:28
  119. 127.
    Canada Has Its Own Ways of Keeping Out Unwanted Immigrants13 July 2018
    12:06
  120. 128.
    How 20-Year-Old Kylie Jenner Built A $900 Million Fortune In Less Than 3 Years13 July 2018
    9:54
  121. 129.
    The Self-Inflicted Demise of American Power13 July 2018
    12:18
  122. 130.
    What’s the Point of NATO, Anyway?13 July 2018
    6:30
  123. 131.
    A Cure For Aging? Clinical Trials Will Begin In Humans13 July 2018
    3:42
  124. 132.
    The math person dichotomy impairs education13 July 2018
    4:31
  125. 133.
    Use of smart drugs on the rise12 July 2018
    4:25
  126. 134.
    Trump’s trade war was decades in the making12 July 2018
    12:44
  127. 135.
    The Greatest World Cup Fairy Tale of All Time12 July 2018
    5:13
  128. 136.
    What we buy can be used to predict our politics, race or education12 July 2018
    8:54
  129. 137.
    Trump’s Tariff Barrage Pushes China Fight to Point of No Return12 July 2018
    6:53
  130. 138.
    Suck It Dudes. Science Proves Women Are Better Coders.12 July 2018
    2:05
  131. 139.
    Australian experiment wipes out over 80% of disease-carrying mosquitoes11 July 2018
    3:14
  132. 140.
    An unusual medical training tool got its start as a childish prank11 July 2018
    8:03
  133. 141.
    Dying Organs Restored to Life in Novel Experiments11 July 2018
    9:38
  134. 142.
    More Recycling Won't Solve Plastic Pollution11 July 2018
    12:45
  135. 143.
    Trump Is Itching for a Fight at NATO11 July 2018
    7:30
  136. 144.
    Everyone Is Safe After Daring Rescue of 13 in Thai Cave11 July 2018
    6:53
  137. 145.
    One in three fish caught never makes it to the plate11 July 2018
    5:16
  138. 146.
    With Picks Like Kavanaugh, Trump Will Never Really Lose the Support of the GOP11 July 2018
    7:09
  139. 147.
    Inside the effort to print lungs and breathe life into them with stem cells10 July 2018
    9:09
  140. 148.
    EPA blocks warnings on cancer-causing chemical10 July 2018
    13:33
  141. 149.
    Inside China’s Dystopian Dreams: A.I., Shame and Lots of Cameras10 July 2018
    11:38
  142. 150.
    Why Are Young Billionaires So Boring?10 July 2018
    13:09
  143. 151.
    The End of the Brexit Illusion10 July 2018
    8:16
  144. 152.
    Brett Kavanaugh, the Supreme Court nominee, Is Devoted to the Presidency10 July 2018
    6:37
  145. 153.
    Buffett Starts to Say Goodbye to a Pile of Equity-Index Options10 July 2018
    5:09
  146. 154.
    The Secret Price of Pets9 July 2018
    11:13
  147. 155.
    Say Hello to Full Employment9 July 2018
    10:33
  148. 156.
    US Army quietly discharging immigrant recruits9 July 2018
    9:46
  149. 157.
    No one really knows what ICE is supposed to be. Politicians love that9 July 2018
    11:06
  150. 158.
    German Cars and American Steak: Early Trade War Victims Emerge9 July 2018
    9:07
  151. 159.
    HOW HILTON HOTELS FOUGHT THE COLD WAR WITH ICE WATER, AC, AND BURGERS9 July 2018
    10:07
  152. 160.
    How Nuclear Explosions Were Used to Save the Environment9 July 2018
    7:42
  153. 161.
    Why Donald Trump’s Trade War Will Fail9 July 2018
    6:35
  154. 162.
    Our natural world is disappearing before our eyes. We have to save it6 July 2018
    7:54
  155. 163.
    Drugmakers try evasion, tougher negotiations to fight new U.S. insurer tactic6 July 2018
    6:38
  156. 164.
    A power shift in AI funding may hobble the U.S.6 July 2018
    4:01
  157. 165.
    How things will (and won't) change at EPA with Scott Pruitt gone6 July 2018
    5:13
  158. 166.
    The Terms on a Food Label to Ignore, and the Ones to Watch For6 July 2018
    9:09
  159. 167.
    What’s Different About LeBron’s Move to the Lakers6 July 2018
    6:51
  160. 168.
    How Smart TVs in Millions of U.S. Homes Track More Than What's On Tonight6 July 2018
    10:50
  161. 169.
    Scientists spot a planet as it's being born6 July 2018
    4:40
  162. 170.
    Why Made in China 2025 Will Succeed, Despite Trump6 July 2018
    8:48
  163. 171.
    Trump Pressed Aides About Invading Venezuela5 July 2018
    6:46
  164. 172.
    Get Over Your Fear of Chilling Red Wine5 July 2018
    4:56
  165. 173.
    The Left and the Right Have Abandoned American Exceptionalism5 July 2018
    8:20
  166. 174.
    China's penetration of Silicon Valley creates risks for startups5 July 2018
    7:21
  167. 175.
    A Simple Checklist to Improve Decisions5 July 2018
    3:26
  168. 176.
    There's only one way to truly understand another person's mind5 July 2018
    5:31
  169. 177.
    The US Postal Service is paying millions of dollars for accidentally putting a fake Statue of Liberty on its stamp5 July 2018
    5:15
  170. 178.
    When a society has too many men and not enough women, the consequences can last for generations5 July 2018
    4:36
  171. 179.
    Why Europe dominates the global chocolate market while Africa produces all the cocoa5 July 2018
    3:18
  172. 180.
    It actually is possible to train your brain to become smarter5 July 2018
    7:53
  173. 181.
    Global economy under threat as tariff war bites5 July 2018
    4:39
  174. 182.
    Dangerous heat wave won't let up across U.S.3 July 2018
    3:41
  175. 183.
    Who's Afraid of Mexican Populism?3 July 2018
    6:46
  176. 184.
    Lyft is buying legitimacy through its deal with Motivate3 July 2018
    3:04
  177. 185.
    Big Business Keeps Winning at the Supreme Court3 July 2018
    7:25
  178. 186.
    Millions of Americans Make a Costly Mistake When Paying Credit Card Bills3 July 2018
    2:33
  179. 187.
    How Amazon Delivers Packages to the Top of the World3 July 2018
    5:59
  180. 188.
    Evangelical Fear Elected Trump3 July 2018
    17:47
  181. 189.
    Rising seas: Florida is about to be wiped off the map3 July 2018
    10:08
  182. 190.
    Why Amazon’s Push Into Prescription Drugs Isn’t a Guaranteed Success3 July 2018
    6:18
  183. 191.
    Bitcoin Bloodbath Nears Dot-Com Levels as Many Tokens Go to Zero2 July 2018
    3:15
  184. 192.
    The Mexican Revolution2 July 2018
    4:56
  185. 193.
    How Trump's Supreme Court Pick Could Undo Kennedy's Legacy2 July 2018
    7:10
  186. 194.
    The Democratic Party is having an identity crisis.2 July 2018
    10:26
  187. 195.
    The Great Russian Disinformation Campaign2 July 2018
    10:40
  188. 196.
    An audacious prison heist took place in France2 July 2018
    3:25
  189. 197.
    Life Is a Braid in Spacetime2 July 2018
    12:10
  190. 198.
    When It's Good to Be Antisocial2 July 2018
    4:21
  191. 199.
    US nickels cost seven cents to make. Scientists may have a solution2 July 2018
    5:47
  192. 200.
    What the Capital Gazette Shooting Reveals About Face Recognition2 July 2018
    8:38

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