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Science : NPR
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The Atlantic
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The Atlantic
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Discovery (uploads) on YouTube
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Science | The Guardian
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Futurity.org
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The Atlantic
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Gizmodo
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The Atlantic
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In 1925, when The Atlantic first published “ The Bear Hunt ,” the editor’s preface remarked that Abraham Lincoln “neither wrote, nor attempted to write, much verse.” But what he did write ain’t half bad! There’s a reason why American poet Carl Sandburg took up Honest Abe as a muse . To me, Lincoln’s most enchanting poems are the three-canto series he sent to his former Springfield neighbor, Andre
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Live Science
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**It's a Boy! See First Photos of Newborn Giraffe**
The baby male giraffe, still to be named, and mama April are doing well.
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The Atlantic
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—More than half of the 126 people killed in a bombing attack in Syria were children. —Trump suggested the thousands of protesters who gathered across the U.S. to demand he release his taxes were paid. —A former governor of Mexico who is accused of embezzling millions of dollars was found and captured in Guatemala. —We’re tracking the news stories of the day below. All updates are in Eastern Dayli
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Ars Technica
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Gizmodo
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Breathable boxer briefs , Apple’s PowerBeats3 , and popular adjustable dumbbells lead off Sunday’s best deals. Bookmark Kinja Deals and follow us on Twitter to never miss a deal. Top Tech Deals Powerbeats3 Wireless Headphones With Apple W1 Chip , $130 Beats sound quality has come a long way in recent years, and the new Powerbeats3 even include Apple’s easy-pairing W1 chip , making them a great op
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The Atlantic
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Georgia’s sixth congressional district is a Republican stronghold—a Democrat hasn’t won in nearly 40 years. Jon Ossoff, a 30-year-old documentary filmmaker and former congressional aide, is trying to change that. Backed by anti-Trump forces across the country, Ossoff has raised a striking 8.3 million dollars and has a chance of winning Georgia’s special election on April 18, 2017. In this Atlanti
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Diver Keith Brock and his wife capture a rare close-up video of the shark off the east coast of the United States.
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Ars Technica
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(credit: Steve Harwood ) Researchers from Colorado State University have been working with Google Street View to map pervasive natural-gas leaks. These leaks come from pipes that can be buried three-to-four feet below city streets. Many of the millions of miles of piping that deliver natural gas locally to urban and suburban homes are decades old—in some cases piping can be more than a century ol
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Gizmodo
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A team of arachnologists discovered over 50 new species of spider in Cape York, Australia. Dr. Robert Raven is one of them. He tells Lulu Garcia-Navarro about the expedition and their findings.
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Powerful new quantitative tools are now available to combat partisan bias in the drawing of voting districts. The post Gerrymandering Is Illegal, But Only Mathematicians Can Prove It appeared first on WIRED .
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Together, Russia and America sell almost 60% of all weapons traded around the world. Read More
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If we had showered or shaved or not been dressed in wrinkled shirts, we would have gotten out of our rented Hyundai to speak with the man in the blue blazer who was walking into the Balboa Bay Resort, a hotel and private club in Newport Beach, California. It was Gregory S. Bielli, the president and CEO of the Tejon Ranch Company. We’d met him once before, when we were in a better frame of mind. T
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Science takes a back seat in National Geographic’s series Genius, which focuses more on politics and Albert Einstein’s love life.
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WIRED
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A little Hitchhiker's Guide and a lot of Easter eggs start off Capaldi's last season with some much-needed levity. The post Doctor Who's New Season Starts Off With a Dose of...Douglas Adams? appeared first on WIRED .
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To create more immersive worlds, VR makers are turning to the same kinds of chips powering the artificial intelligence explosion. The post A Chip Revolution Will Bring Better VR Sooner Than You Think appeared first on WIRED .
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The Atlantic
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The Atlantic
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**Donald Trump's Tilt Toward Convention**
As Donald Trump jettisons his “America First” campaign promises at an accelerating pace, the populist nationalist political movement that roared into power with him is beginning to resemble a paper tiger. Trump’s march to the GOP nomination last spring demonstrated there’s a substantial audience within the party’s rank and file—particularly among older and blue-collar Republicans—for the national

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