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Ari Leff a.k.a. Lauv Lauren Dunn/Ari Leff hide caption

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Lauv longs for the happiness of childhood on 'All 4 Nothing'

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Price fluctuations as a result of algorithms have been found to increase feelings of customer betrayal. Steven Puetzer/Getty Images hide caption

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Online pricing algorithms are gaming the system, and could mean you pay more

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Even experienced technicians find Apple's Self-Repair program hard to navigate

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The rapper Logic, whose latest album, Vinyl Days, was released June 17. Justin Fleischer/Courtesy of the artist. hide caption

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Logic is ready to do things his way

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Brandon Jackson was released on parole last month. He spent 25 years in prison after being convicted by a split jury. Henrietta Wildsmith/Shreveport Times hide caption

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Brandon Jackson wants to help others convicted by split juries

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Davemaoite, the newly discovered mineral named after a prominent geophysicist, originated from the Earth's lower mantle. Aaron Celestian/Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County hide caption

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New mineral 'davemaoite' made an unlikely journey from the depths of the Earth

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"Neal Brennan: Unacceptable" will run in New York City through November. Matt Murphy hide caption

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Comedian Neal Brennan's New Show Centers On The Ways He Feels Unacceptable

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IDK released his second studio album, USEE4YOURSELF, in early July. Johnny Nunez/WireImage hide caption

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On New Album, Rapper IDK Reconciles A Disparate Self: 'And Here We Are Today'

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Former NFL player Wade Davis Jr. became the NFL's first LGBT inclusion consultant. Katie Simmons-Barth hide caption

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Wade Davis Jr. Describes The Fear Of Being Outed While He Was In The NFL

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Freestyle rapper and YouTuber Harry Mack of Los Angeles will celebrate 1 million subscribers by rapping for 10 hours on Wednesday. Justin James hide caption

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Harry Mack Is Freestyle Rapping For 10 Hours Straight

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Clifford and his owner, Amanda Rong, are frequent "patrons" of StarPups Cafe in Toronto. Amanda Rong hide caption

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A Dog Café Has Created Connections And Community During The Pandemic

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Halima Aden attends the premiere of Netflix's Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly at Barker Hangar on Aug. 27, 2019, in Santa Monica, Calif. Rich Fury/Getty Images hide caption

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'I'm Not A Cover Girl': Halima Aden On Why She Decided To Leave A Modeling Career

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Bug-Riddled 'Cyberpunk 2077' Has A Difficult But Manageable Path Forward

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After Many Delays, The Wait Is Over For 'Cyberpunk 2077'

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