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The Torch

In Women's Water Polo, Americans Aim For A Repeat

American women are expected to dominate team sports at the Olympics. That includes water polo, where they are defending champions and have medaled every time since the sport was introduced in 2000.

Either Or Little People
African Velvet Air

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Hacking An Election: Why It's Not As Far-Fetched As You Might Think

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We Don't Talk Anymore Charlie Puth & Selena Gomez
Battles Barbarossa
Lionheart Emancipator
Auld Wives Bear's Den
Layers Ryan Helsing, Matthew Setz

Silicon Valley engineer Bindu Reddy created the new social network Candid that facilitates online conversations without trolls. Courtesy of Bindu Reddy hide caption

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Can Candid Conversations Happen Online Without The Trolls?

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Pa' Ti Mami
Galope Maga Bo & Robertinho Barreto
No Way Out Gramatik
Gay Sons of Lesbian Mothers Kaki King
Dry Air Podington Bear
Little by Little Radiohead
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The process of transitioning from one presidential administration to another is complex and starts months before voters even pick the next president. Karen Bleier/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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With White House Help, Clinton And Trump Start Transition Planning

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Foreplay Jalen Santoy

The farm's green rolling hills are covered with olive, oak, fruit and nut trees, which provide ample food for migrating geese. Lauren Frayer for NPR hide caption

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This Spanish Farm Makes Foie Gras Without Force-Feeding

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Sea Hare Dirty Gold
Green Onions Booker T. & the MG's
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In Women's Water Polo, Americans Aim For A Repeat

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About a Girl Nirvana
Nsimba & Nzuzi Konono No.1

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