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Google self-driving cars are shown outside the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif., in May 2014. Eric Risberg/AP hide caption

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All Tech Considered

Self-Driving Cars Raise Questions About Who Carries Insurance

Currently, insurance rates are calculated based on drivers' claims histories and driving records. Driverless cars are expected to shift the liability toward carmakers. But it won't happen all at once.

An immigration detainee stands near a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) grievance box last month in the high security unit at the Theo Lacy Facility, a county jail in Orange, Calif., that also houses immigration detainees arrested by ICE. Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Spotlight On Migrant Crimes Drums Up Support For Trump's Immigration Dragnet

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Jose, a member of the Tsimane group who's 75 years old, stands in the plantain field he planted in Bolivia's Amazon rain forest. Matthieu Paley/National Geographic hide caption

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Who Has The Healthiest Hearts In The World?

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Members of the pop band Hanson pose for a group portrait on a roof in London in 1997. From left to right they are Taylor, Isaac and Zac Hanson. Mike Prior/Redferns/Getty Images hide caption

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What Do Hanson And Madonna Have In Common? Hits Ideal For Saving A Life

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A great gray looks up after plunging into the snow, while hunting north of Two Harbors, Minn. The great gray is one of the world's largest species of owl. Derek Montgomery for MPR News hide caption

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Some Wildlife Photographers Use Bait, But Is It Worth The Shot?

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Self-Driving Cars Raise Questions About Who Carries Insurance

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