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Can Software That Predicts Crime Pass Constitutional Muster?

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Take a tour of the Hanford site, a nuclear production complex in Richland, Wash., and you'll see the hundreds of mechanical water pressure gauges wired to the process tubes inside the core. Tour guide Paul Vinther warns that bumping these gauges could throw off the readings enough to trigger a an emergency shutdown of the reactor. Martin Kaste/NPR hide caption

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A Peek Inside A Once Top Secret Spot In Atomic Age History

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Pete Ashdown is founder and CEO of XMission, Utah's oldest Internet service provider. Flickr via Center for Study of Ethics at UVU hide caption

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Tools To Help You Hide Online Raise The Ire Of Advertisers

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Tech workers looking for jobs may think twice before looking at job ads that are targeted at Americans but actually are intended for foreigners. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Some Tech Companies Find Ways Not To Hire Americans

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As Government Surveillance Powers Grow, Privacy Is Redefined

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Watchdog Agency Could Keep NSA In Check, Once It Gets Going

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Sgt. Bales Avoids Death Penalty By Pleading Guilty To Afghan Attack

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Soldier To Plead Guilty In Afghan Village Attack

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Oversized Semi Blamed For Bridge Collapse In Washington State

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Washington State Bridge Collapses; 3 People Injured

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Tech Companies Have A Lot At Stake With Immigration Bill

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