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'IRL' Author Says It's OK That We're Spending So Much Of Our Lives Online

In a new book, Chris Stedman asks what it means to be real in a time when humans are interacting in digital spaces more than ever.

A car drives past the U.S. Embassy in Havana in 2019. Dozens of Americans working at U.S. diplomatic missions in Cuba and China in recent years have suffered from ailments that have included headaches, balance problems and memory loss. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Microwave Radiation 'Most Plausible' Cause Of Diplomats' Ailments, Report Says

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Robert P. Madison served in the 370th Regimental Combat Team, 92nd Infantry Division, the only all-Black division to see infantry combat in World War II. Library of Congress hide caption

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'Trying To Prove Something:' A WWII Vet Remembers His All-Black Battalion

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