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ICE bought state driving records to track undocumented immigrants
And it only cost $26.50.
Death is the biggest issue in the 2020 election
America's apocalyptic political mood fits the data.
Young Republicans think GOP boomers are on the wrong side of the climate debate
52% of millennial Republicans say the federal government does too little to reduce the effects of climate change.
Why millennials never want to leave their apartment anymore
On the public performance of solitude.
Sunshine will cover your daily commute
Startups, and even major automakers, are turning their cars into mobile solar arrays.
Apple unveils the Macbook Pro it should have sold five years ago
The new laptop is bigger, heavier, and no longer has a butterfly keyboard.
Prada and Adidas team up to capitalize on the blurring of sportswear and luxury
The aim, they say, is to blend Adidas's expertise in sport with Prada's prowess in leather goods and luxury.
How Kamala Harris’ extended school day bill could affect teachers and kids
"What you do from 3 PM to 6 PM matters."
The thing women struggle with most at work isn’t sexism, it’s ageism
One of the authors behind the survey said she was surprised that ageism was such a big concern.
Even experts can’t agree on whether technology is dangerous for kids
“We certainly need to figure it out, because it’s changing everything.”
What a new longer-lasting hormonal IUD means for women
The FDA has approved a new six-year duration hormonal IUD, making it the longest hormonal IUD in the American market.
Photos: The aftermath of the fast-moving Kincade fire
The fire is only 15% contained, with ferocious winds on the horizon.
Photos: A wind-fueled blaze is scorching northern California
The Kincade fire has torched 21,000 acres and it only 5% contained.
The Apple Watch is a great smart watch and finally a good dumb one too
Apple's fifth-generation watch finally adds in a key feature, but at the expense of battery life.
A series of mysterious bleeps and bloops defined the early days of the internet
Anyone who ever used dial-up knows the familiar pattern of beeps and bloops that mean you will soon be online. But not everyone knows what they mean.
The key to helping kids learn problem solving is a computer science class
As all companies become tech companies, high school computer science teachers are changing the way they teach to attract a broad range of students.
“Aspirational realness,” the Instagram cool-girl look, disguises advertising as authenticity
Brands like Glossier and Reformation claim to embrace the idea of imperfection. But what are they really selling?
How China’s swine fever epidemic turned into a global crisis
In the last year, a deadly virus has wiped out about half of China’s pig herd, the largest in the world.
Even Trump’s Fox News allies admit his Ukraine call was problematic
A Fox News commentator essentially admitted president Trump is corrupt.
Warren is winning as the woes of other presidential frontrunners take a toll
As her competitors struggle, Warren surges.