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How Do Pheromones Really Work?

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Expletive-Laden Speech By Steelers' Coach Streamed On Facebook Live

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Takeaways From The Day Dyn Was Attacked And We Couldn't Tweet

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A suspended parking sign that was posted in London in 2015. Joshua Browder, a 20-year-old from London, who's now attending Stanford, has come up with a bot that can write letters appealing parking tickets. He claims a 60 percent success rate in cities where it is being used, including London, New York and Seattle. Matt Dunham/AP hide caption

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'Robot Lawyer' Makes The Case Against Parking Tickets

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Spider Silk Is Stronger Than Steel — And Now It Can Be Made In A Lab

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Computer scientist Avi Rubin speaking at TEDxMidAtlantic. Chris Suspect/TED hide caption

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What Happens When Hackers Hijack Our Smart Devices?

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Can We Improve Our Transportation Network Using...Biology?

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Newly hired Spokane County Sheriff's Deputy Russell Aldrich chats with strangers in a shopping mall. The exercise is meant to help rookies build up the subtle people skills that older police trainers claim are lacking among many millennial recruits. Martin Kaste/NPR hide caption

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In Social Media Age, Young Cops Get Trained For Real-Life Conversation

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