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Computer Hacks of the Future, and How to Prevent Them

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How Can We Discover Better Antibiotics?

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Magnetic Pottery, Bumblebee Tools, and the Effects of Same-Sex Marriage Laws on Teens

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Seven New Chances for Life in Space, Just 40 Light-Years Away

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The Trump era resurfaces the unresolved riddle of the Constitution

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Presidents Day relieves the holiday drought in the abbreviated month of February, and it helps to remind us of the partial roots of Black History Month, a once cursory look at African American history that is now seen as a crucial window for understanding all of this nation’s history.

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A couple of answers in our #100Days100Qs to President Donald Trump

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Many of you have already tweeted your questions to @PRI, @TheTakeaway and @PRITheWorld with the hashtag #100Days100Qs. We’ve waded through some of your questions and asked Takeaway Washington correspondent Todd Zwillich to give us some answers.

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A Mood Ring for Your Wrist

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Booting Up the Search for Better Batteries

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CRISPR Patent Battles, a Super-Sized Space Launch, and the Rise of Commuter Drones

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How Humans Might Really Colonize the Solar System

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How Will Net Neutrality and Telecomm Fare Under the New Administration?

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The Price of ‘Free’ Internet Services? Your Privacy

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Which New Battery Technology Will Take Electric Vehicles to the Finish Line?

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