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Detained immigrant children enter a cafeteria in Karnes City, Texas. The Trump administration stopped using the center to hold parents and children in March 2019. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Child Welfare Advocates Say Recreation Is Necessary For Migrant Children

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Lights and Rocks Anenon
coffee and memes for breakfast Behind Clouds

A border collie jumps to catch a flying disc during a competition. New research suggests that dog stress mirrors owner stress, especially in dogs and humans who compete together. Bela Szandelszky/AP hide caption

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You May Be Stressing Out Your Dog

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Dog Days Are Over [Yeasayer Remix] Florence + the Machine
Ordinary Pleasure Toro y Moi
2/2 Brian Eno
Thieves Like Us [*][Instrumental] New Order
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I Wanna Be Ignored Colleen Green
Labyrinths Jonathan Fitoussi & Clemens Hourrière
Them Is Us Rival Consoles

The deep ocean is filled with sea creatures like giant larvaceans. They're actually the size of tadpoles, but they're surrounded by a yard-wide bubble of mucus that collects food — and plastic. Courtesy of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute hide caption

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Microplastics Have Invaded The Deep Ocean — And The Food Chain

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Origins Tennis
Bike Dream Rostam
Talao Dirty Bungalow
Nirost Lauer
Layla Derek & the Dominos

Tetris, an addictive brain-teasing video game, is shown as played on the Nintendo Entertainment System in New York, June 1990. Its creator, a Soviet computer programmer, explained the game appeals to people's "constructive spirit." Richard Drew /Associated Press hide caption

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Happy Birthday, Tetris. 35 Years Later You're As Addictive And Tetromino-y As Ever

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Main theme Tetris
Later Lele Marchitelli

Morning traffic fills a freeway in Los Angeles. Seventeen automakers signed a letter to the Trump administration and California Gov. Gavin Newsom saying they want one set of policies to reduce greenhouse gases and make cars more fuel efficient. David McNew/Getty Images hide caption

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Carmakers To White House: Work With California On Rules For Greenhouse Gases

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