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The Bible says to welcome refugees
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3 myths to bust about breaking up 'big tech'
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Bowdoin College 22h
The 50th anniversary of the first moon landing is an opportunity to reflect on the creative vision that made it possible — Co-Director Anne Collins Goodyear in .
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ASU in DC 18h
People 40-65 are finding it increasingly impossible to decide how to split their time and money between themselves, their parents and their kids. Learn more from Professor Frank Infurna in this article from .
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USC Dornsife Jul 15
Next stop, Mars? A astronomy prof. explains why the Red Planet should be our next Moonshot. "I look at the effect the space race had...to make the moon landing a reality: the scientists & engineers who were trained & the millions inspired"
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PBS NewsHour 19h
On July 20, 1969, the world united to celebrate the most remarkable technological achievement in human experience. And in that celebration, our leaders focused on our common hope for peace. (via )
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The risk of an#earthquake there - but we ignore it
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Did we mishear Neil Armstrong's famous first words on the Moon? (via )
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What does a healthy river of the future look like? Not one hiding behind higher and higher levees (via )
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As flood risks increase across the US, it's time to recognize the limits of levees
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Jennifer Weeks Jul 16
Breached, overtopped, and just plain old: Why aren’t a cure-all for flood control, by via
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Did we mishear Neil Armstrong's famous first words on the Moon?
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Americans focus on responding to earthquake damage, not preventing it, because they're unaware of their risk
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The Conversation US Jul 16
When migrants go home, they bring back money, skills and ideas that can change a country
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War's physical toll can last for generations, as it has for the children of the Vietnam War
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The Conversation US Jul 16
Iran is threatening to violate the rules. North Korea already withdrew. But a expert says the is not dead yet – and still is an important check (via )
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The Conversation US Jul 15
What is the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty? Here's why it's still important
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Carl Zimmer Jul 15
A University of California librarian explains their showdown with the biggest academic publisher via
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Naomi Schalit Jul 15
How did Alaska, one of the country’s richest states with a $65 billion savings account fueled by oil royalties and leasing revenues, get into this position? helps you understand 's contradictory politics via
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ASU Now Jul 15
Becoming caregivers for elderly parents while still parenting adult children is creating a new kind of crisis for middle-aged people, Professor Frank Infurna tells :
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