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The Salt

Robots Are Trying To Pick Strawberries. So Far, They're Not Very Good At It

Strawberry growers are so worried about the farmworker shortage that they're testing a strawberry-picking robot. But while picking strawberries is easy for humans, machines struggle with the task.

Alexander Nix, the currently suspended CEO of Cambridge Analytica, speaks at a 2016 event in New York City. Nix and his firm are accused of misusing the personal data of 50 million people as part of their political consulting work, which included President Trump's 2016 campaign. Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for Concordia Summit hide caption

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What Did Cambridge Analytica Do During The 2016 Election?

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How's your day Sawagi

Critics of Roger Severino, director of the Office for Civil Rights at HHS, worry Severino's efforts on behalf of some health workers will reduce women's access to reproductive health services and could aggravate discrimination against transgender people. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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Civil Rights Chief At HHS Defends The Right To Refuse Care On Religious Grounds

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A model of the Tiangong-1 space station at a Chinese airshow in 2010. The real Tiangong-1 will reenter the atmosphere around the end of March. Kin Cheung/AP hide caption

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A Chinese Space Lab Will Soon Fall From The Sky. Where It Lands, No One Knows

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Space Oddity Fritz von Runte
Green Tea Forest Leon

House Speaker Paul Ryan said Tuesday: "The special counsel should be free to follow through his investigation to its completion without interference, absolutely." Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Republican Lawmakers Say Mueller Needs No Protection

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Front Line Mobb Deep
Metro Flofilz
I Can't Tell You Why Eagles

Sudan, the world's last male northern white rhino, grazes at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya in May 2017. The 45-year-old rhino's health started deteriorating in late February. STR/AP hide caption

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Sudan, World's Last Male Northern White Rhino, Dies

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Robots Are Trying To Pick Strawberries. So Far, They're Not Very Good At It

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Authorities examine the scene of a bombing in Austin, Texas, on March 12. A woman in her 70s was injured in the explosion. Officials have said there is a serial bomber attacking the Austin area. Suzanne Cordeiro/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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From Clues To Capture: Forensics, Profiling And The Hunt In Austin

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I Believe in Your Victory This Will Destroy You
Sound of a Broken Heart Jukebox the Ghost
If Only My Heart Were Wide Like the Sea Bruno Bavota
Nostalgics Mr. Green

Employees have lunch at Facebook's new London headquarters Dec. 4. The social media giant is facing blowback following revelations that its user data was misused. Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Facebook's Data Scandal Latest Blow To The Company's Reputation

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Black Midas Ilyas Ahmed
Monsters Under My Bed (Instrumental Version) RJD2
All Tickets Mike Vass

Poet Philip Levine (left) and saxophonist Benjamin Boone were both teaching at California State University, Fresno when they began working together on what would become The Poetry Of Jazz. Joe Osejo/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'Like A Jazz Musician': Past Poet Laureate Philip Levine's Posthumous LP

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Introduction Noah and the Whale