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The Chaos Machine: Wrathful Lord

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How The 'Majority-Minority' Projection Took On A Life Of Its Own

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'Invisibilia' Team Takes A Deep Dive Into The Science Of Desire

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Daisy Armstrong began performing poetry when her mother took her to a youth poetry group. Soon, she was winning competitions — but she was also kicked out of school after a slam poetry tour. Daniel Schaefer/Courtesy of OutlierImagery.com hide caption

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From Feeling Lost To Army Strong, With The Help Of Poetry

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Shameka Marshall won the silver medal in the long jump at the Pan American Games in Mexico last October. At 28, Marshall may be making her final push to be on the U.S. Olympic team. Julie Jacobson/AP hide caption

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Historic Ships Struggle To Stay Afloat

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Zumba dance classes are all the rage, but some critics say the fitness craze shouldn't be considered Latin dance. Christopher Futcher/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Zumba Is A Hit, But Is It Latin?

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