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Meet The Mind-Reading Robo Tutor In The Sky

An ed-tech company says its free online platform will revolutionize individualized learning. Skeptics call it digital snake oil.

Bernie Sanders in 1990 after winning a seat in Vermont's House. Rob Swanson/AP hide caption

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LISTEN: 7 Blast-From-The-Past Clinton And Sanders Debate Moments

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Relatives mourn Mohammad Ikhlaq Saifi in his village outside New Delhi last month. The Muslim man was lynched, allegedly by a Hindu mob, after he was accused of killing a cow. Manish Swarup/AP hide caption

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India's Ban On Beef Leads To Murder, And Hindu-Muslim Friction

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Lab workers test wine for authenticity in a lab run by the French Finance ministry in Bordeaux, southwestern France. Demand has driven up the price of wine, making conditions ripe for counterfeiters. Bob Edme/AP hide caption

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Sip On This: That $10,000 (Or $30) Bottle Of Wine Might Be Fake

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