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The Knight First Amendment Institute has sent a letter to President Trump, arguing that blocking Americans on Twitter violates their First Amendment rights.

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The conservative defense of Donald Trump Jr. misses the point.

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As details around Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya become clearer, a look at the man who brokered it, and his ties to the Trumps.

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Using smartphones to study public health requires reliable data—and researchers, even at well-connected universities like Stanford, still have a hard time getting their hands on the truly good stuff.

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Each brown Amazon package passes through many hands before landing on your door.

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Elon Musk wants to build a giant battery. What could he use it for? Lifting aircraft carriers, throwing baseballs, and melting ice come to mind...

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Photographer Mattia Vacca documented volunteers and draftees training at Lithuanian military camps.

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A shoelace knot is a metaphor for the scientific approach to problem-solving.

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Audi’s engineers and psychologists have spent years teaching the car to drive safely on the highway, but their real focus was on the human-machine interface that enables the tricky handoff.

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The web needs a simple on ramp to encourage curious coders.

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This isn't the flag football of your childhood. It's football with high-tech equipment and a social media presence, designed for the short attention span of the modern viewer.

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Where tech's leading companies stand on net neutrality's 'Day of Action'

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It's not all about the money—it's about what this could mean for a more flexible Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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Injecting more humanity into artificial intelligence could help society – and Google’s business.

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Radio waves don't have the bandwidth to send enough data from Earth to Mars—but infrared lasers could.

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The climate connection between the north and the midlatitudes might mean shorter growing seasons, frozen plants, and less water to go around.

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Ayesha Malike documents Dhahran Camp, home to employees of ARAMCO.

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The new TL2 has touchscreen controls, Wi-Fi, and bonkers image quality. It's simple enough to use that it works like a (very expensive) point-and-shoot.

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A new animated short details the first encounter on Jakku between Rey and everyone's new favorite droid.

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The crazy history and secret deals that gobbled up internet-ready frequencies long ago set aside for education.

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An imminent review from the National Academies of Sciences will address the risk of virulent organisms created by gene editing technology.

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If you can't wait for driverless cars to hit the roads, you can help train them how to drive now.

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Yes, Hobby Lobby is back in the news. So are Rick Perry and pro wrestling. Don't know why? Catch up here.

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Everyone's favorite plumber has made 36 trips around the sun—but he's lost his life many, many more times than that.

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