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The Death Of Facts In An Age Of 'Truthiness'
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State Of Emergency Raises The Stakes In Sudan
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Emergency responders are running headlong into a growing phenomenon: roads bottled up by swarms of tornado chasers Matt Piechota /YouTube hide caption

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New Hazard On The Horizon: Amateur Storm Chasers
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Chris Colfer Goes From 'Glee' Singer To 'Struck' Screenwriter
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