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Along the border, immigration and trade are on the minds of voters

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In El Paso, the border is an integral part of life. So any proposals to change the rules around trade or immigration feature prominently on the minds of voters.

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Despite a lack of racial diversity, there are still issues of integration in America’s College Towns

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College towns are often thought of as liberal, diverse places. But that's not always true, and issues of integration continue to be an issue.

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In largely Mormon communities around the West, religion, environmental awareness, and politics are all intertwined

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About 3 million people live in 41 counties in and around Utah that, according to the American Communities Project, could be called LDS Enclaves, because of how many residents belong to the Mormon faith.

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Attack of the Internet of Things

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DNA as a Key to Plant Conservation

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Ignore Mary Poppins. Find Fun in the Medicine

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The Microscopic World Beneath Our Feet

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The Science Club Challenges You to ‘Break It Down’

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This Glove Fits You With Someone Else’s Fingerprints

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What Caused the Midcontinent Rift?

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What Is Energy? Alan Alda—and a Bunch of Kids—Want to Know

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