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Friday

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Who belongs in America? An undocumented journalist tells his story

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Friday

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Uruguay is a renewable energy utopia. How did it get there?

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Saturday

Germans prep for pot legalization

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Friday

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The cutest mammal you haven't heard about and how to save it

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Friday

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How a smart map could reel in the outlaws of the ocean

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Friday

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How do our brains perceive our future selves? One psychologist wanted to know

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Friday

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What a living whale is worth in the fight against climate change

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Friday

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The trades need more gender diversity. One woman is training the next generation

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Friday

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How to turn everyday moves (even typing!) into dance

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Saturday

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Tweeting directly from your brain (and what's next)

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Friday

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What if a brain was given technology?

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Friday

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What children can teach us about asking for help

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Friday

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How the first LGBTQ+ video game was given a second life

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Friday

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What if we gave our technology a face?

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What it's like to remember nearly every face

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Friday

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What your age really says about your chance of success at work

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Friday

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Building a library of unread manuscripts, locked away until 2114

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Monday

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The Grim Reaper of retail: Spirit Halloween

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Monday

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'Los Espookys' co-creator Julio Torres hates main character energy

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Tuesday

Author Julissa Arce makes the case for rejecting assimilation in her latest book, You Sound Like a White Girl. Aly Honore hide caption

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For author Julissa Arce, 'sounding white' isn't a compliment

Julissa Arce used to think that the secret to fitting in was to "sound white" — to speak English perfectly, with no accent. And for years after her family came to the U.S. from Mexico, she did all the things immigrants are "supposed" to do to assimilate: she went to college, got a job at Goldman Sachs and became an American citizen.

For author Julissa Arce, 'sounding white' isn't a compliment

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