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Assessing Google's drones, thermostats, mechanical cheetahs and more.

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Mapping the New Jersey governor's power plays.

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Kim Jong Il Bowls a 300

and Other Great Moments in North Korean Sports

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Who Takes MOOCs?

For online higher education, the devil is in the data

Surprising new data on what's supposed to be the future of higher ed

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The Fox News Canon

A liberal-arts education from the conservative network's biggest stars

What would a liberal arts education look like from the conservative network's biggest stars? We built the bookshelf. 

The Amazon Guide to Tax-Dodging

And what to do when government catches up

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America’s longest drought between constitutional amendments since the Civil War was from 1870 to 1913. In that time, there were two presidential assassinations and several financial panics; the light bulb, telephone, movie theater, radio, and airplane were invented; the Supreme Court legalized segregation; fire destroyed Chicago and an earthquake flattened San Francisco; and the United States added eleven new states. Despite the frenzy, the Constitution went untouched.

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The numbers don’t support the hype.

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