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  1. 1.
    The rising Western skyline02/18/2019
    13:07
  2. 2.
    The Hummingbird as Warrior: Evolution of a Fierce and Furious Beak02/18/2019
    7:37
  3. 3.
    Amazon Got Exactly What It Deserved. And So Did New York02/18/2019
    5:51
  4. 4.
    ARE BILLIONAIRES FAT CATS OR DESERVING ENTREPRENEURS?02/18/2019
    7:08
  5. 5.
    Big Telecom Sold Highly Sensitive Customer GPS Data Typically Used for 911 Calls02/18/2019
    4:52
  6. 6.
    Income inequality the biggest challenge in next 10 years02/18/2019
    3:34
  7. 7.
    Violent drug cartels stifle Mexican science02/15/2019
    7:04
  8. 8.
    The Women Who Contributed to Science but Were Buried in Footnotes02/15/2019
    9:46
  1. 9.
    The Brexit delusion of creating Singapore upon Thames02/15/2019
    5:46
  2. 10.
    They Really Do not Make Music Like They Used To02/15/2019
    9:44
  3. 11.
    America Is Not Building Enough New Housing02/15/2019
    5:18
  4. 12.
    Think swearing is not big or clever? Think again02/15/2019
    5:13
  5. 13.
    Retreat by Amazon and the New Politics of Tech02/15/2019
    4:37
  6. 14.
    Measles outbreak is bringing vaccine exemptions into spotlight02/15/2019
    3:56
  7. 15.
    Tobacco use is soaring among U.S. kids, driven by electronic cigarettes02/15/2019
    4:02
  8. 16.
    When Wall Street Is Your Landlord02/15/2019
    27:33
  9. 17.
    The Probe By Senate Is Facing a Reckoning02/15/2019
    10:51
  10. 18.
    Do you sleep long hours? Many experts say it is benign, but others are not sure.02/14/2019
    10:46
  11. 19.
    The town where residents live alongside polar bears02/14/2019
    17:21
  12. 20.
    A Dust Storm Has Killed Longest Lived Mars Rover 02/14/2019
    6:13
  13. 21.
    A year after the Parkland massacre, two fathers are divided on guns but united by pain02/14/2019
    10:54
  14. 22.
    AR Will Spark the Next Big Tech Platform. Call It Mirrorworld02/14/2019
    13:30
  15. 23.
    The Biggest Economic Divides Are Not Regional. They Are Local. (Just Ask Parents.)02/14/2019
    8:07
  16. 24.
    Elusive African black leopard is alive and well and living in Kenya02/14/2019
    5:40
  17. 25.
    How Venezuela turns its useless bank notes into gold02/13/2019
    10:36
  18. 26.
    How a 27 Year Old CEO Built a Near $1 Billion Fashion Startup02/13/2019
    5:15
  19. 27.
    How One Crash 10 Years Ago Helped Keep 90 Million Flights Safe02/13/2019
    9:13
  20. 28.
    Google May Employ More People Than the Entire U.S. Newspaper Industry02/13/2019
    7:50
  21. 29.
    The Remote Island Sitting on $58 Billion of Gold and Copper02/13/2019
    4:57
  22. 30.
    El Chapo likely heading for Colorado prison where no one has escaped02/13/2019
    3:40
  23. 31.
    Why Amazon buying Eero feels so disappointing02/13/2019
    5:59
  24. 32.
    Huawei does not need nationalism to beat Apple in China02/13/2019
    10:54
  25. 33.
    How Fancy Water Bottles Became a 21st Century Status Symbol02/13/2019
    9:46
  26. 34.
    The DIY Divorce02/13/2019
    18:35
  27. 35.
    The Hidden History of Biggest Rivals of Swiss Watchmaking02/13/2019
    11:29
  28. 36.
    Bezos Broke the Corrupt Business Model of National Enquirer02/12/2019
    4:45
  29. 37.
    F.D.A. Warns Supplement Makers to Stop Touting Cures for Diseases 02/12/2019
    4:50
  30. 38.
    What can a Green New Deal learn from other countries?02/12/2019
    9:38
  31. 39.
    Plummeting insect numbers threaten collapse of nature02/12/2019
    8:50
  32. 40.
    Alexandria Ocasio is the version of Trump for Democrats02/12/2019
    4:15
  33. 41.
    Friedlieb Ferdinand Runge: The Man Who Gave Us Caffeine02/12/2019
    3:18
  34. 42.
    Gig economy tech companies like Instacart have been accused of tip theft. But the problem is bigger than that.02/12/2019
    9:00
  35. 43.
    Farmers nearing crisis push back on Trump trade policies02/12/2019
    8:51
  36. 44.
    To Get Better at Managing Your Time, Borrow a Training Strategy From Elite Athletes02/12/2019
    6:31
  37. 45.
    Fortnite Is the Future, but Probably Not for the Reasons You Think02/12/2019
    15:20
  38. 46.
    What Robert Mueller Knows. And Is Not Telling Us02/11/2019
    14:22
  39. 47.
    What Immigration Crisis? The U.S. Is not Being Swamped02/11/2019
    5:33
  40. 48.
    The real reason America is scared of Huawei: internet connected everything02/11/2019
    7:53
  41. 49.
    Need a New Self Help Guru? Try Aristotle02/11/2019
    9:02
  42. 50.
    John Dingell Is Gone, but His Politics Are Back02/11/2019
    8:54
  43. 51.
    Free Money Did not Help People Find Jobs02/11/2019
    4:46
  44. 52.
    Jeff Bezos, Please Release Your Dirty Selfies02/11/2019
    5:38
  45. 53.
    Wild Days For Bezos: Lurid Selfies, Blackmail, Amazon Drama in NYC02/11/2019
    6:24
  46. 54.
    The U.S. Cut Taxes. Why Will Fewer Folks Get Refunds?02/11/2019
    5:32
  47. 55.
    An interesting look at the rise of dollar stores02/11/2019
    9:03
  48. 56.
    Retail is broken. Apple has a plan02/08/2019
    11:55
  49. 57.
    THE LONELY LIFE OF A YACHT INFLUENCER02/08/2019
    11:25
  50. 58.
    Elemental: the periodic table at 15002/08/2019
    8:34
  51. 59.
    Jeff Bezos Wrote a Blog Post02/08/2019
    5:00
  52. 60.
    The Scandals in Virginia Are Worst Nightmare For the Democrats02/08/2019
    8:01
  53. 61.
    Ketamine Could Be the Key to Reversing Rising Suicide Rate in America02/08/2019
    25:42
  54. 62.
    Global Warming Could Melt At Least A Third Of Himalayan Glaciers02/08/2019
    5:44
  55. 63.
    It is Official: 2018 Was the Fourth Warmest Year on Record02/08/2019
    6:57
  56. 64.
    What We Do not Talk About When We Talk About Serial Killers02/08/2019
    6:01
  57. 65.
    Knights, Horses, and...Hummus? An Evening at Medieval Times02/08/2019
    17:45
  58. 66.
    Here are two truths to help you build a successful career and future02/07/2019
    4:25
  59. 67.
    America is falling out of love with billionaires02/07/2019
    10:24
  60. 68.
    The real reason Republicans are freaked out about the move by Democrats to the left02/07/2019
    6:56
  61. 69.
    Inside an otherworldly mission to prepare humans for Mars02/07/2019
    8:00
  62. 70.
    The Surprising Value of Obvious Insights02/07/2019
    9:38
  63. 71.
    Betting Against Trump Was a Winner for a Second Year02/07/2019
    5:54
  64. 72.
    Getting Ahead By Being Inefficient02/07/2019
    6:51
  65. 73.
    Why ETFs Will Shine This Tax Season02/07/2019
    10:28
  66. 74.
    SHOULD YOU IGNORE FINANCIAL TV?02/07/2019
    7:26
  67. 75.
    Biggest Winner of Trump Era Is Jeff Bezos, Presidential Nemesis02/07/2019
    5:45
  68. 76.
    The infrastructural humiliation of America02/07/2019
    5:11
  69. 77.
    Why Does Everyone Suddenly Have Fancy Fake Teeth?02/06/2019
    10:35
  70. 78.
    Unemployment is low only because involuntary part time work is high02/06/2019
    5:12
  71. 79.
    Sold to an ally, lost to an enemy02/06/2019
    13:28
  72. 80.
    Inside Troubled Intelligence Briefings of President Trump02/06/2019
    7:00
  73. 81.
    Tech Is Splitting the U.S. Work Force in Two02/06/2019
    9:35
  74. 82.
    The pursuit of monopoly has led Silicon Valley astray02/06/2019
    12:04
  75. 83.
    After El Chapo: Ignore Drug Kingpins, say Experts02/06/2019
    6:17
  76. 84.
    The profound shift in public mood when it comes to taxes02/06/2019
    8:15
  77. 85.
    Climate change is altering the color of the oceans02/06/2019
    2:45
  78. 86.
    The Virginia Governor is hanging on by a thread02/05/2019
    5:28
  79. 87.
    A Founder Dies With Only Password. What Happens Next?02/05/2019
    5:01
  80. 88.
    The End of the American Chinatown02/05/2019
    13:06
  81. 89.
    Poor in Venezuela Now Despise the Socialist Leader02/05/2019
    6:05
  82. 90.
    THE DIRTY SECRET OF EL CHAPO DOWNFALL02/05/2019
    16:47
  83. 91.
    Soak the rich? Americans say go for it02/05/2019
    9:15
  84. 92.
    Facebook: Where Friendships Go to Never Quite Die02/05/2019
    12:58
  85. 93.
    What Is the Blood of a Poor Person Worth?02/05/2019
    8:55
  86. 94.
    Mind my Picasso… superyacht owners struggle to protect art02/05/2019
    6:00
  87. 95.
    Donald Trump has 60 percent free time in his schedule02/05/2019
    5:20
  88. 96.
    Judging the progress of president Trump02/04/2019
    9:21
  89. 97.
    Epidemic of Vaccine Exemptions in America02/04/2019
    8:12
  90. 98.
    One Lawyer, One Day, 194 Felony Cases02/04/2019
    10:05
  91. 99.
    Death Cap Mushrooms Are Spreading Across North America02/04/2019
    13:40
  92. 100.
    Russia Is Attacking the U.S. System From Within02/04/2019
    10:50
  93. 101.
    BOREDOM TEACHES US THAT LIFE ISN’T A PARADE OF AMUSEMENTS. MORE IMPORTANT, IT SPAWNS CREATIVITY AND SELF-SUFFICIENCY02/04/2019
    7:40
  94. 102.
    This Is How Much Fact Checking Is Worth to Facebook02/04/2019
    3:29
  95. 103.
    Grey squirrel is on the menu, as diners turn to the wild meat to help boost the reds02/04/2019
    3:42
  96. 104.
    OxyContin Maker Explored Expansion Into Attractive Anti-Addiction Market02/01/2019
    16:50
  97. 105.
    American colonization caused an ice age02/01/2019
    5:48
  98. 106.
    The human race could live forever if we can make it through the next 100 years02/01/2019
    5:03
  99. 107.
    Planning on quitting the social platform? 02/01/2019
    11:35
  100. 108.
    What animal welfare labels actually mean?02/01/2019
    19:25
  101. 109.
    The 500 Year Long Science Experiment02/01/2019
    8:23
  102. 110.
    Maybe Only Tim Cook Can Fix Privacy Problem in Facebook01/31/2019
    7:43
  103. 111.
    The Golden Age of Hollywood Tax Avoidance01/31/2019
    9:13
  104. 112.
    The goal is to automate us: welcome to the age of surveillance capitalism01/31/2019
    8:57
  105. 113.
    Modern Weather Forecasts Are Stunningly Accurate01/31/2019
    7:09
  106. 114.
    Loads of houses are up for sale. But middle class buyers are still shut out01/31/2019
    4:39
  107. 115.
    How frigid polar vortex blasts are connected to global warming01/31/2019
    5:00
  108. 116.
    Facebook knowingly duped game playing kids and their parents out of money01/31/2019
    17:12
  109. 117.
    Bad news, Apple: Chinese smartphones are on the way up01/31/2019
    9:17
  110. 118.
    Wall Street freaks out about 202001/31/2019
    9:59
  111. 119.
    When It Is Time to Sell the Family Home01/31/2019
    8:32
  112. 120.
    Luxury fashion is booming, and it reveals a dark truth about the American middle class01/31/2019
    2:49
  113. 121.
    Are you worried about robots replacing you at work?01/31/2019
    7:23
  114. 122.
    Cold War Between American and Chinese Tech Turns Hot01/30/2019
    6:00
  115. 123.
    THE 10 MOST INSANE MOMENTS AND STORIES FROM THE TRIAL OF DRUG LORD EL CHAPO01/30/2019
    15:24
  116. 124.
    How police departments make millions by seizing property01/30/2019
    13:55
  117. 125.
    How The Report Turned a 6,700-Page Torture Investigation Into a Political Thriller01/30/2019
    7:28
  118. 126.
    White gold: the unstoppable rise of alternative milks01/30/2019
    23:32
  119. 127.
    Are healthy snacks actually good for you?01/30/2019
    14:14
  120. 128.
    The 19th century Kingdom of Hayti was the Wakanda of the Western hemisphere01/30/2019
    9:06
  121. 129.
    The Midwest is facing record-breaking cold. Blame the polar vortex.01/30/2019
    4:35
  122. 130.
    Business Lessons From Jobs of Other People01/29/2019
    4:01
  123. 131.
    Amazon Knows What You Buy. And It Is Building a Big Ad Business From It.01/29/2019
    8:31
  124. 132.
    Who Owns All the Stocks and Bonds?01/29/2019
    5:07
  125. 133.
    U.S. Government shutdown cost economy $11 billion01/29/2019
    6:06
  126. 134.
    Why are glasses so expensive? The eyewear industry prefers to keep that blurry01/29/2019
    7:29
  127. 135.
    Shoot Someone In A Major US City, And Odds Are You Will Get Away With It01/29/2019
    7:40
  128. 136.
    This Is What Happens When You Try to Sue Your Boss01/29/2019
    16:31
  129. 137.
    A Tiny Screw Shows Why iPhones Will Not Be Assembled in U.S.A01/29/2019
    9:06
  130. 138.
    The think tank dilemma of the world01/29/2019
    7:14
  131. 139.
    Yellow vest conflict is heading into calamitous new territory in France01/29/2019
    6:41
  132. 140.
    Ancient Canadian quinoa suggests food globalized earlier than we thought01/29/2019
    3:31
  133. 141.
    The Shutdown Deal Is the Same One Trump Previously Rejected01/28/2019
    6:25
  134. 142.
    A history of monsters01/28/2019
    16:17
  135. 143.
    President Trump has finally met a strongman he does not like. 01/28/2019
    9:34
  136. 144.
    Decades of Dirty Tricks Finally Catch Up to Roger Stone01/28/2019
    9:32
  137. 145.
    Trumpworld Follows a Godfather Script, Literally01/28/2019
    4:45
  138. 146.
    Why Are Young People Pretending to Love Work?01/28/2019
    14:05
  139. 147.
    The Era of Move Fast and Break Things Is Over01/28/2019
    13:11
  140. 148.
    Former Starbucks CEO Could Get Trump Re elected01/28/2019
    7:12
  141. 149.
    Can a Nice Doctor Make Treatments More Effective?01/28/2019
    6:40
  142. 150.
    Never Look Away Is a Grim and Gorgeous Epic01/28/2019
    5:22
  143. 151.
    Where Amazon Returns Go to Be Resold by Hustlers01/25/2019
    7:18
  144. 152.
    EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT WHAT IS HAPPENING IN VENEZUELA01/25/2019
    6:18
  145. 153.
    Civil penalties for polluters dropped dramatically in first two years of Trump01/25/2019
    9:56
  146. 154.
    Dysfunctional politics of earth should not extend to space01/25/2019
    4:01
  147. 155.
    Grab and Go: How Sticky Gloves Have Changed Football01/25/2019
    9:28
  148. 156.
    A new class of politically mobilized tech employees are trying to save the industry from itself 01/25/2019
    7:22
  149. 157.
    For the first time, astronomers see the signatures of a newly birthed black hole or neutron star01/25/2019
    6:17
  150. 158.
    Business leaders waking up to extreme risks posed by climate change01/25/2019
    5:10
  151. 159.
    The Rise of Netflix Competitors Has Pushed Consumers Back Toward Piracy01/25/2019
    4:59
  152. 160.
    Warren Buffett: Really Successful People Say No to Almost Everything01/24/2019
    17:57
  153. 161.
    Mexico Reports Highest Ever Homicide Rate In 201801/24/2019
    3:43
  154. 162.
    Sneakers? Check. Mascara? Check. Makeup is the New Workout Gear01/24/2019
    6:42
  155. 163.
    Around the globe, Trump is inspiring imitators and unleashing dark impulses01/24/2019
    17:02
  156. 164.
    Is It Time to Regulate Social Media Influencers?01/24/2019
    12:51
  157. 165.
    Do You Take This Robot01/24/2019
    12:34
  158. 166.
    Most Shocking Oscar Nomination Snubs and Surprises 01/24/2019
    10:34
  159. 167.
    Trump Must Be a Russian Agent. The Alternative Is Too Awful01/24/2019
    11:57
  160. 168.
    Matt Drudge is firing warning shots at Trump, and that should worry the president01/24/2019
    10:19
  161. 169.
    The US Army says Iran is the only victor of the Iraq War01/23/2019
    4:18
  162. 170.
    How Plastic Cleanup Threatens the Living Islands of Oceans01/23/2019
    9:14
  163. 171.
    What Google Trends can tell us about stock picking01/23/2019
    4:12
  164. 172.
    Why Divorce of Jeff Bezos Should Worry Amazon Investors01/23/2019
    8:42
  165. 173.
    Stop Trusting Viral Videos01/23/2019
    15:07
  166. 174.
    Finer points of murder: the recent history of political assassination01/23/2019
    15:54
  167. 175.
    How Secrecy Fuels Facebook Paranoia01/22/2019
    8:49
  168. 176.
    China Built a Big, Beautiful Wall, Too. It Failed01/22/2019
    5:36
  169. 177.
    The Lesson of Rich History of Dodging Super High Income Tax Rates by Wealthy Americans01/22/2019
    4:36
  170. 178.
    Alexandria Ocasio Cortez Has the Better Tax Argument 01/22/2019
    7:11
  171. 179.
    Want More Innovative Solutions? Start With Empathy01/22/2019
    3:50
  172. 180.
    CERN wants to build the biggest, baddest particle collider ever01/22/2019
    5:09
  173. 181.
    Artificial Intelligence Can Detect Alzheimer Disease in Brain Scans Six Years Before a Diagnosis01/22/2019
    5:12
  174. 182.
    The wealthy should care about provocative poverty numbers from Oxfam01/22/2019
    3:50
  175. 183.
    Why Do People Fall for Fake News?01/22/2019
    8:07
  176. 184.
    So many dreamed of careers in medicine. Why has that goal remained out of reach?01/21/2019
    17:22
  177. 185.
    What I Learned From Jack Bogle01/21/2019
    9:17
  178. 186.
    Bear Market Is an Arbitrary Label, but Using It Can Hurt01/21/2019
    6:32
  179. 187.
    Anti Resolutions: Guaranteed Not to Work01/21/2019
    5:16
  180. 188.
    ARE ANTI VAXXERS A MAJOR HEALTH THREAT? THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION SAYS YES.01/21/2019
    4:41
  181. 189.
    HOW ONE BEHAVIORAL SCIENTIST OPTIMIZES HIS MONTHLY CASHFLOW01/21/2019
    10:38
  182. 190.
    Forget the Trade War. China Is Already in Crisis01/21/2019
    13:39
  183. 191.
    Why 1984 Is not Banned in China01/20/2019
    9:30
  184. 192.
    Why do we bother with stock market forecasts?01/20/2019
    8:02
  185. 193.
    The Attention Economy Is a Malthusian Trap01/20/2019
    7:49
  186. 194.
    Here Is How U.S. Businesses Actually Used Their Tax Cuts01/20/2019
    7:04
  187. 195.
    Waiting For a Shutdown To End in Disaster01/18/2019
    6:40
  188. 196.
    Most Important River Is Running Dry in Europe01/18/2019
    5:05
  189. 197.
    Does Cannabis Use Cause Schizophrenia?01/18/2019
    8:43
  190. 198.
    A Trump Ally Defends NATO. But Will He Stand Up to the President?01/18/2019
    11:18
  191. 199.
    A bit of meat, a lot of veg. The flexitarian diet to feed 10bn01/18/2019
    6:10
  192. 200.
    Amazon Ruined Online Shopping01/18/2019
    8:45

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