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  1. 1.
    A Choice Between Cruelty and Mercy19 June 2018
    7:40
  2. 2.
    How Trump Came to Enforce a Practice of Separating Migrant Families19 June 2018
    12:59
  3. 3.
    Goodbye, Denver Post. Hello, Blockchain.19 June 2018
    5:46
  4. 4.
    The Trump Administration’s Shifting Story on Family Separations19 June 2018
    5:48
  5. 5.
    The world may soon be awash in advanced, lethal drones18 June 2018
    7:15
  6. 6.
    A new study ranks US states in order of psychopathy18 June 2018
    3:18
  7. 7.
    The most important study of the Mediterranean diet has been retracted15 June 2018
    3:39
  8. 8.
    Fake meat's brand identity is too squishy15 June 2018
    5:36
  1. 9.
    Uber researches AI system to detect users in "unusual state"15 June 2018
    2:12
  2. 10.
    How much is a moon rock really worth?15 June 2018
    5:42
  3. 11.
    Why Florida is struggling with an unusually severe HIV/AIDS problem15 June 2018
    9:59
  4. 12.
    The Little-Known Behavioral Scientist Who Has Transformed Cities All Over the World15 June 2018
    8:12
  5. 13.
    West Antarctic ice melt poses unique threat to U.S.15 June 2018
    4:42
  6. 14.
    Mars Opportunity rover may not make it through a massive dust storm15 June 2018
    3:27
  7. 15.
    The Demise of Toys ‘R’ Us Is a Warning15 June 2018
    12:18
  8. 16.
    Donald Trump was right. The rest of the G7 were wrong14 June 2018
    6:39
  9. 17.
    Oil must face its future as a declining industry14 June 2018
    4:13
  10. 18.
    How Draymond Green sacrificed to build the Warriors' dynasty14 June 2018
    8:43
  11. 19.
    Finally, a president with the guts to stand up to Canada14 June 2018
    5:38
  12. 20.
    THE MOST SUCCESSFUL ETHNIC GROUP IN THE U.S. MAY SURPRISE YOU14 June 2018
    14:59
  13. 21.
    Bitcoin's Price Was Artificially Inflated Last Year, Researchers Say14 June 2018
    5:25
  14. 22.
    How Batteries Went From Primitive Power to Global Domination14 June 2018
    7:34
  15. 23.
    Musk’s Model 3 Miscalculation Culminates in Major Tesla Job Cuts14 June 2018
    5:58
  16. 24.
    DEPRESSION ISN'T SADNESS AND SUICIDE ISN'T A CRY FOR HELP… BY STEVE SAFRAN14 June 2018
    5:43
  17. 25.
    After nine years of U.S. recovery, Fed sheds anxieties14 June 2018
    4:52
  18. 26.
    The Next Trend In Travel Is... Don't.13 June 2018
    9:42
  19. 27.
    Rat Bones Reveal How Humans Transformed Their Island Environments13 June 2018
    6:35
  20. 28.
    North Korea shouldn't be alone in giving up nukes13 June 2018
    8:03
  21. 29.
    Bird, the Electric Scooter Start-Up, Is Said to Draw an Investment Frenzy13 June 2018
    3:10
  22. 30.
    Cozy land deals meant big money for Trump family and friends13 June 2018
    11:42
  23. 31.
    What Helps or Hurts Investment Returns? Here's a Ranking13 June 2018
    6:43
  24. 32.
    Me Too goes to church: Southern Baptists face a reckoning over treatment of women13 June 2018
    11:29
  25. 33.
    FOR BETTER, MORE ENRICHING TRIPS, TRY TRAVELING SOLO13 June 2018
    5:31
  26. 34.
    Landlords Are Practically Giving Malls Away13 June 2018
    5:51
  27. 35.
    AT&T Cleared to Buy Time Warner in Blow to Trump Administration13 June 2018
    6:42
  28. 36.
    Singapore, Trump and Short Voter Memories13 June 2018
    3:21
  29. 37.
    Trump's North Korea Deal Is Different, and Not in a Good Way13 June 2018
    5:55
  30. 38.
    This Indian Judge Is Making Google and Amazon Nervous12 June 2018
    5:25
  31. 39.
    Hedge funds have lost their dynamic creators of value lustre12 June 2018
    5:30
  32. 40.
    The Fiduciary Rule May Sound Boring, But Its Collapse Threatens Your Retirement12 June 2018
    3:47
  33. 41.
    The Belt That Listens to Your Bowels12 June 2018
    7:02
  34. 42.
    The intelligence file on Kim Jong-un11 June 2018
    2:07
  35. 43.
    Embattled Qatar Is Rich Enough to Get By for Another 100 Years11 June 2018
    7:08
  36. 44.
    U.S. World Cup Bid Looked a Done Deal. Then Trump Spoke11 June 2018
    4:55
  37. 45.
    Scared by Facebook? Wait Till Millennials Are Selling Their Data11 June 2018
    7:40
  38. 46.
    Make Sure Not to Talk Any Arabic: American Muslims and Their Guns11 June 2018
    6:55
  39. 47.
    America Alone?11 June 2018
    7:50
  40. 48.
    Brace for the World Economy’s Most Important Week of the Year11 June 2018
    4:27
  41. 49.
    Trump’s deal-of-the-decade North Korea plan11 June 2018
    2:49
  42. 50.
    The Two-Wheeled Electric Car of the Future Is Being Tested in China7 June 2018
    6:04
  43. 51.
    A Medical Mystery Grows as U.S. Consulate Workers in China Fall Ill7 June 2018
    9:18
  44. 52.
    U.S. Hunger For Opioid Alternative Drives Boom in Borneo Jungle7 June 2018
    6:45
  45. 53.
    Google Will Not Renew Pentagon Contract That Upset Employees7 June 2018
    6:20
  46. 54.
    Bubble-Like Stock Valuations Miss $3.4 Trillion in Hidden Assets7 June 2018
    7:17
  47. 55.
    Still in their infancy, AI algorithms need parenting7 June 2018
    4:30
  48. 56.
    California Vote Totals Keep U.S. House in Play for November7 June 2018
    7:08
  49. 57.
    Opinion: Google Walks Away From America's Security7 June 2018
    3:18
  50. 58.
    Amazon has too many ways of watching you now7 June 2018
    2:38
  51. 59.
    The newest green-tech idea: drown data centers at sea7 June 2018
    3:11
  52. 60.
    Apple Throws a Wrench in Facebook's Data-Gathering Engine6 June 2018
    3:49
  53. 61.
    Do You Have the Right Stuff to Be a Stool Donor?6 June 2018
    6:42
  54. 62.
    Iceland is a gun-loving country with no shooting murders since 20076 June 2018
    7:45
  55. 63.
    Janitors Are Becoming Millionaires Thanks to This Stock’s 9,500% Rally6 June 2018
    5:11
  56. 64.
    The Marshall Plan Taught Lessons Trump Refuses to Learn6 June 2018
    8:15
  57. 65.
    A historic exodus is leaving Venezuela without teachers, doctors and electricians6 June 2018
    8:15
  58. 66.
    Russian farmers are ditching the ruble for a new cryptocurrency6 June 2018
    4:41
  59. 67.
    Where Are Europe’s Last Fairytale Forests?6 June 2018
    6:35
  60. 68.
    The US Army’s new algorithm tells you how much caffeine will hit your body’s peak performance6 June 2018
    2:51
  61. 69.
    Why ‘Monsanto’ is no more6 June 2018
    4:13
  62. 70.
    This Is the Last Straw6 June 2018
    7:51
  63. 71.
    Trump Asserts He Can Pardon Himself, Challenges Mueller’s Legal Authority5 June 2018
    8:12
  64. 72.
    Buying GitHub Would Take Microsoft Back to Its Roots5 June 2018
    3:20
  65. 73.
    Where does outer space start?5 June 2018
    6:02
  66. 74.
    Rich people are buying up dinosaurs because museums are too poor to get them5 June 2018
    4:19
  67. 75.
    Project Blitz: the legislative assault by Christian nationalists to reshape America5 June 2018
    8:26
  68. 76.
    The CEO of Aetna was considering suicide before he found meditation5 June 2018
    8:23
  69. 77.
    Bill Clinton Feels His Own Pain5 June 2018
    7:45
  70. 78.
    Good News for Women With Breast Cancer: Many Don’t Need Chemo5 June 2018
    5:21
  71. 79.
    Apple's new privacy rules put Google and Facebook in a precarious place, says ad industry exec5 June 2018
    3:45
  72. 80.
    There have probably been trillions of alien civilizations, and yet we may still never see one4 June 2018
    4:38
  73. 81.
    A fan paid $3 million for a lunch with Warren Buffett—but you can get his best advice for free4 June 2018
    3:28
  74. 82.
    Inside the Pro-Trump Effort to Keep Black Voters From the Polls4 June 2018
    18:53
  75. 83.
    Your Next Glass of Wine Might Be a Fake—and You'll Love It4 June 2018
    15:55
  76. 84.
    Why We Should Bulldoze the Business School4 June 2018
    14:05
  77. 85.
    Looking for Life on a Flat Earth4 June 2018
    19:49
  78. 86.
    Trump Tariff Blow Would Go Beyond Sending BMW Sedans to $60,0004 June 2018
    5:29
  79. 87.
    Trump's Art of Unpredictability Starts to Backfire Overseas1 June 2018
    6:42
  80. 88.
    Sign Washed Away in Hurricane Sandy Lands on Beach in France1 June 2018
    3:32
  81. 89.
    People are joining the gig economy because of a powerful myth1 June 2018
    2:16
  82. 90.
    The Economy Can Handle Steel and Aluminum Tariffs. The Real Risk Is Erratic Policy1 June 2018
    6:16
  83. 91.
    Worried About Big Tech? Chinese Giants Make America’s Look Tame1 June 2018
    8:53
  84. 92.
    Unfortunately, the Electric Scooters Are Fantastic1 June 2018
    9:40
  85. 93.
    U.S. Allies Hit Back as Trump Revokes Steel Tariff Reprieve1 June 2018
    7:06
  86. 94.
    Gene therapy is saving children’s lives—but screening to discover who needs it is lagging behind1 June 2018
    7:32
  87. 95.
    Where Do Old Cruise Ships Go to Die?1 June 2018
    6:49
  88. 96.
    Trump repeatedly pressured Sessions on Mueller investigation1 June 2018
    3:51
  89. 97.
    The lost river that created a capital31 May 2018
    8:42
  90. 98.
    Belgium sheds a chocolate tear as another manufacturer sold off31 May 2018
    3:36
  91. 99.
    Roseanne Gets the Boot. If Only It Were That Easy31 May 2018
    4:48
  92. 100.
    Russian Journalist Lives to Tell the Tale of His Murder31 May 2018
    7:17
  93. 101.
    High-protein diets are linked to heightened risk for heart disease, even for vegetarians31 May 2018
    4:12
  94. 102.
    How democracy dies31 May 2018
    15:25
  95. 103.
    Colleges Are No Match for American Poverty31 May 2018
    12:35
  96. 104.
    You don’t have a right to believe whatever you want to31 May 2018
    6:42
  97. 105.
    The first cyberattack took place nearly 200 years ago in France31 May 2018
    2:58
  98. 106.
    Theranos’ Fatal Flaws Were in Plain Sight31 May 2018
    6:37
  99. 107.
    High-protein diets are linked to heightened risk for heart disease, even for vegetarians30 May 2018
    4:12
  100. 108.
    Europe, not the U.S., is now the most powerful regulator of Silicon Valley30 May 2018
    7:57
  101. 109.
    Where in the United States is nature most likely to kill you?30 May 2018
    12:10
  102. 110.
    What'll we eat in 2050? California farmers are placing bets30 May 2018
    15:53
  103. 111.
    The True Scope of the Disaster in Puerto Rico30 May 2018
    6:56
  104. 112.
    De Beers to Sell Diamonds Made in a Lab30 May 2018
    5:09
  105. 113.
    The World Isn’t Prepared for Retirement30 May 2018
    4:55
  106. 114.
    Never Mind the Millionaires. Here’s Advice From Billionaires30 May 2018
    4:32
  107. 115.
    Your multivitamins aren’t helping you live longer30 May 2018
    3:20
  108. 116.
    Here's why markets are so scared of the latest Italian political drama30 May 2018
    8:35
  109. 117.
    Satellite TV’s tricky future in the cord-cutting era29 May 2018
    4:48
  110. 118.
    Despite Ireland’s abortion referendum, Northern Irish women’s rights are unlikely to change any time soon29 May 2018
    2:40
  111. 119.
    The GOP’s Public-Education Dilemma29 May 2018
    9:49
  112. 120.
    The one fascinating mind-training exercise Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella practices every day29 May 2018
    3:41
  113. 121.
    America Is Fumbling Its Most Important Relationship29 May 2018
    15:54
  114. 122.
    Spitting in Europe’s Face Won’t Help Italy29 May 2018
    5:51
  115. 123.
    Can machines be spiritual?29 May 2018
    4:12
  116. 124.
    Here’s who to blame for rising gasoline prices29 May 2018
    4:46
  117. 125.
    Trump aides colluded with foreign governments24 May 2018
    9:53
  118. 126.
    Why do humans have such huge brains? Scientists have a few hypotheses.24 May 2018
    9:43
  119. 127.
    Why China's Payment Apps Give U.S. Bankers Nightmares24 May 2018
    6:43
  120. 128.
    The number of US banks that are "too big to fail" just shrank24 May 2018
    4:25
  121. 129.
    China's facial-recognition cameras keep catching fugitives at this one pop star's concerts24 May 2018
    2:56
  122. 130.
    Saving Africa's wildlife23 May 2018
    7:36
  123. 131.
    How the Math Men Overthrew the Mad Men23 May 2018
    18:29
  124. 132.
    When Working for the U.S. Government Is a Cancer Risk23 May 2018
    5:01
  125. 133.
    Coffee Waste Is Now Fetching a 480% Premium Over Coffee Itself23 May 2018
    3:41
  126. 134.
    The Trump-Kim Summit Will Happen Soon or Later or Never23 May 2018
    3:58
  127. 135.
    Scientists debunked a long-held American superfood myth23 May 2018
    2:42
  128. 136.
    U.S. Unemployment Rate Is Lowest in Years - and Many Americans Are Just Hanging On23 May 2018
    2:58
  129. 137.
    The Hard Truth at Newspapers Across America: Hedge Funds Are in Charge23 May 2018
    5:37
  130. 138.
    Deadly Chinese Fentanyl Is Creating a New Era of Drug Kingpins23 May 2018
    10:22
  131. 139.
    Pompeo Declares Economic War on Iran22 May 2018
    7:59
  132. 140.
    How much you need to exercise to slow your heart's aging process22 May 2018
    3:17
  133. 141.
    There Is Only One Trump Scandal22 May 2018
    8:32
  134. 142.
    A controversial study has a new spin on the otherworldliness of the octopus22 May 2018
    7:02
  135. 143.
    The Ebola outbreak in DRC could be historic because this time we have a vaccine22 May 2018
    8:57
  136. 144.
    Charging Electric Scooters Is a Cutthroat Business22 May 2018
    11:03
  137. 145.
    Tesla's $35,000 Model 3 Could Now Cost You $78,00022 May 2018
    5:26
  138. 146.
    Google reluctantly back in spotlight22 May 2018
    2:12
  139. 147.
    Supreme Court Says Employers Can Bar Worker Class-Action Lawsuits22 May 2018
    5:44
  140. 148.
    China Considers Ending Birth Limits as Soon as This Year22 May 2018
    6:30
  141. 149.
    Finding the Lost Generation of Sperm Donors21 May 2018
    10:30
  142. 150.
    Almost half of US families can't afford basics like rent and food21 May 2018
    1:56
  143. 151.
    The destruction of the American Dream21 May 2018
    3:16
  144. 152.
    Left turns up heat on Zuckerberg21 May 2018
    3:13
  145. 153.
    1 big thing: Paul Ryan's mess21 May 2018
    3:27
  146. 154.
    Pretty Much All Tech Demos Are Fake as Hell21 May 2018
    5:47
  147. 155.
    Writing in a journal is good for you - and so is throwing it out21 May 2018
    6:27
  148. 156.
    Inconvenient Truths About What Has Been Happening in Gaza21 May 2018
    7:12
  149. 157.
    From the moon's far side, a radio receiver will listen for ancient clues to the universe's origin21 May 2018
    3:35
  150. 158.
    Texas high school shooting prompts talk of 'contagion effect'21 May 2018
    4:31
  151. 159.
    It's not just school shootings; children across the US are dying from gun violence21 May 2018
    3:29
  152. 160.
    Why Work When You Can Procrastibake?21 May 2018
    7:33
  153. 161.
    Israel's use of fatal fire in Gaza: Excessive force or justified mob control?18 May 2018
    8:55
  154. 162.
    Is Salt Bad? A Prison Study May Hold the Answer18 May 2018
    10:06
  155. 163.
    The SEC's nearly pitch-perfect ICO parody is both funny and frightening18 May 2018
    3:25
  156. 164.
    Bitcoin's energy use got studied, and you libertarian nerds look even worse than usual18 May 2018
    3:30
  157. 165.
    Time is an illusion18 May 2018
    8:19
  158. 166.
    John Bolton is pushing “all the wrong buttons” ahead of the Trump-Kim summit—possibly on purpose18 May 2018
    3:33
  159. 167.
    The Entire Economy Is MoviePass Now. Enjoy It While You Can.18 May 2018
    9:07
  160. 168.
    A Comic Force of Nature: The Life - and Death - of Robin Williams18 May 2018
    8:46
  161. 169.
    Millions of Computers Are at Risk of Hacks That Crack Into Their Core18 May 2018
    5:36
  162. 170.
    What happens to the plastic we throw out18 May 2018
    5:08
  163. 171.
    America's Heaviest Smokers Don't Want to Know if They Have Cancer18 May 2018
    5:44
  164. 172.
    Venezuela is buying crude oil to give to Cuba17 May 2018
    7:56
  165. 173.
    Ancient Rome's Collapse Is Written Into Arctic Ice17 May 2018
    14:40
  166. 174.
    Israel's violent rule increasingly driving liberal American Jews on to the streets17 May 2018
    5:12
  167. 175.
    Wodehouse prize for comic fiction withheld after judges fail to laugh17 May 2018
    2:42
  168. 176.
    White House chaos is the reason North Korea talks are faltering, not a fickle dictator17 May 2018
    4:16
  169. 177.
    Taking a break is part of your job17 May 2018
    5:23
  170. 178.
    How Ceiling Fans Helped Slaves Eavesdrop on Plantation Owners17 May 2018
    6:56
  171. 179.
    The Autonomous-Car Company That's Selling Safety First17 May 2018
    12:33
  172. 180.
    Wall Street Is Pouring Money Into House Flipping17 May 2018
    5:31
  173. 181.
    Faster Flights Are Coming With New Satellite Tracking Technology17 May 2018
    3:30
  174. 182.
    You could pay more for gasoline this year17 May 2018
    3:58
  175. 183.
    How Bill Clinton Stopped White House Leaks16 May 2018
    10:05
  176. 184.
    The Owl Thieves of Sweden16 May 2018
    5:13
  177. 185.
    The reason it's so hard to ask for help16 May 2018
    3:15
  178. 186.
    Trump administration preparing to hold immigrant children on military bases16 May 2018
    5:35
  179. 187.
    Ecuador spent millions on spy operation for Julian Assange16 May 2018
    8:27
  180. 188.
    WHO calls for elimination of trans fat in foods by 202316 May 2018
    9:40
  181. 189.
    Inside Google, a Debate Rages: Should It Sell Artificial Intelligence to the Military?16 May 2018
    12:21
  182. 190.
    Deadly Convenience: Keyless Cars and Their Carbon Monoxide Toll16 May 2018
    12:26
  183. 191.
    How Much Money Do You Need to Be Wealthy in America?16 May 2018
    4:35
  184. 192.
    It's wedding season, kid: People are getting married in barns more than ever16 May 2018
    1:51
  185. 193.
    Bolivia Is Landlocked. Don't Tell That to Its Navy15 May 2018
    4:37
  186. 194.
    Silicon Valley's $13B nonprofit takes another hit: Toxic culture costs them 3 executives15 May 2018
    2:46
  187. 195.
    Mueller's Probe Is Even More Expansive Than It Seems15 May 2018
    7:48
  188. 196.
    Wall Street Is Moving, and It's Reshaping New York15 May 2018
    5:12
  189. 197.
    Celebration in Jerusalem, Bloodshed in Gaza15 May 2018
    9:25
  190. 198.
    Subprime Auto Bonds Caught in Vise of Rising Costs, Bad Loans15 May 2018
    4:52
  191. 199.
    DNA of every baby born in California is stored. Who has access to it?15 May 2018
    18:25
  192. 200.
    How to Lease a $50,000 BMW for Less Than a Subway Pass15 May 2018
    8:47

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