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How Hackers Could Cause Global Chaos. An Anarchist Explains

On the TV show Mr. Robot, the lead character is a hacker who breaks into computer systems to promote a cause. Real-life hacktivist Barrett Brown believes the U.S. government is fundamentally corrupt.

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Young Folks City of the Sun
Runner Dustin O'Halloran
What Fiction is For DYAN

Deerfield Beach high school students arrive at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Friday after walking 11 miles from school to school in support of the victims of the mass shooting in Parkland, Fla. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Pension Funds Under Pressure To Sell Off Investments In Gun-Makers

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Hip-Hop Swing Syndrome
Put it On The Deli
Vulfpeck Vulfpeck
Un-Che Michael Rohatyn
Goodness Emancipator
Beyond Dazed Broke For Free

Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., the top Democrat on the House intelligence committee, leaves a committee meeting at the U.S. Capitol Feb. 5, 2018 in Washington, DC. On Feb. 25, Schiff released a memo responding to a previous Republican memo about the investigation of President Trump's 2016 campaign. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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What You Need To Know About Russia Memo Mania: Minority Report Edition

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Chevrolet Camaros are lined up at General Motors' Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant in Michigan in 2015. Automakers in the U.S. say if costs go up as a result of a renegotiated NAFTA, they would be less competitive. Rebecca Cook/Reuters hide caption

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Automakers Say Trump's Anti-NAFTA Push Could Upend Their Industry

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The Road to Rhodes Boonie Mayfield
Ceremony Day Wave

Members of the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees union, or AFSCME, listen to a council executive speak about conditions at state prisons and detention centers in Illinois. Seth Perlman/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court Hears Fiery Arguments In Case That Could Gut Public Sector Unions

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Six-year-old Sophie Cruz speaks during a rally in front of the Supreme Court next to her father, Raul Cruz, and supporter Jose Antonio Vargas in 2016. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Supreme Court Declines To Take DACA Case, Leaving It In Place For Now

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Karmoni Ours Samplus

Ronald Joe has been helping Vallis Martinez with her foster children for the last three years. Joe said many of Martinez' foster children come back to visit as adults. Grandparents will stop her in the grocery store and thank her. Laurel Morales/KJZZ hide caption

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On The Navajo Nation, Foster Care Families Are In Short Supply

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I Wanted You To Stay On The Other Side Summer Heart
Luxe Deluxe Cinnamon Chasers

U.S. soldiers with actors portraying Afghan officials as part of their training to be advisers. Jay Price/WUNC hide caption

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Soldiers, With Empathy: U.S. Army Creates Dedicated Adviser Brigades

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Hey Lion Sofi Tukker
Shine A Light The C90s

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