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From the Russian Front in World War II to cocaine trafficking routes and elephant populations - these once secret CIA offer a fascinating glimpse into our past.
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United Shore CEO Mat Ishbia, explains a common mistake of CEOs.
Amy Segelin evaluates the skills job recruiters look for in their candidates.
In a DeepMind experiement, an AI systems learned to be aggressive in a game. Mike Loukides says we shouldn't be worried, because it's only learned what we've taught it.
Research suggests that young people turned to some national papers more than their elders, for their election news.
PhD student Dean Knox studies social networks and how individuals use them to access government goods and services.
The advent of car sharing, ride-hailing and self-driving vehicles is transforming the future of car ownership.
Many artists use the Oscars as a platform for protest.
Roberto Saba explores the extent of discrimination faced by people with disability.
According to a new study of Earth's crust, there's another continent called 'Zealandia.'
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