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Professors Are Targets In Online Culture Wars; Some Fight Back

Across the country, in the past year and a half, at least 250 university professors have been targeted in cyber harassment campaigns because of their research, teaching or social media posts.

Lockheed Martin's Quiet Supersonic Technology (QueSST) concept's unique design would allow it to separate the shocks and expansions associated with supersonic flight, resulting in a soft thump rather than a disruptive bang. Courtesy Lockheed Martin hide caption

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NASA Hopes Supersonic X Plane Will Deliver Less Bang For The Buck

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Jacinta Morales learned she was pregnant after she was processed into ICE detention. Liz Jones/KUOW hide caption

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Pregnant And Detained

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A windmill outside Swanton, Neb., sets an idyllic scene. The satirical podcast A Very Fatal Murder is set in the fictional small town of Bluff Springs, Neb. shannonpatrick17/Flickr hide caption

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True Crime, Fake Homicide: The Onion's 'A Very Fatal Murder' Podcast

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