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Are Millennials DESTABILIZING Society By Having Less Sex?
Studies show the number of men and women 18-35 are having less sex. What impact will this have on society? We talk to evolutionary psychologists Geoffrey Miller and Diana Fleischman about ways to fix the high ratio of men to women in certain countries as a way to solve the disparity, including polyamory.

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Saving BILLIONS On Healthcare By Treating Addiction And Obesity
State and Federal governments are losing millions from the opioid epidemic, but investing in treatment could recoup that money. If one percent of Medicaid recipients quit smoking, states could save an average of $25 million.
Putting labels on certain foods could save millions of lives and even more money.

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Internet Archive REFUSES EU Censorship Demand
The French Internet Referral Unit send a takedown notice for over 500 links on the Internet Archive website. New Terrorist Content Regulations have anti-censorship groups concerned over the wording of the legislation which could lead to mass censorship. The UK introduced a white paper full of proposals to regulate tech companies and reduce 'online harm.'
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Fixing "Farting Cows" and Oil Spills with Bacteria
New studies suggest certain strains of bacteria found at the bottom of the Mariana Trench can consume hydrocarbons, like oil. Another strain found in soil across the world can absorb methane from the atmosphere, but we might be destroying it through current agricultural practices. Finally, a new study suggests bacteria from fecal transplants can reduce symptoms of autism.

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MASSIVE Security Failure in Banking Apps
A new report shows several security flaws in mobile apps tied to financial institutions, insurance providers, and more. Cybercriminals are operating in plain sight on Facebook and creating groups to buy and sell sensitive information.

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FIRST Photo of a Black Hole! Plus Blowing Stuff Up in Space

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Twitter Pushes Political Extremes, How Digital Technology Warps Our Minds
Today we're looking at recent studies that explore the implications that our digitally enhanced lifestyles are having on us and society. Twitter is exaggerating political polarization, teen cell phone use is not something they grow out of, and if you have a hard time staying off your phone, you may have an increased risk of obesity. The belief that screens are affecting teenage mental health may be wrong.

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Social Justice Activists WIN, Google Dissolves AI Ethical Board
Just a week after it's announcement, Google dissolved its AI ethical board after backlash and outrage over some of its appointed members.

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The HAUNTING Mystery Of GHOSTS In Disneyland
The "Happiest Place On Earth" may be one of the most "haunted" places too. Today we look at some of the ghost stories behind the massively popular attraction and try to find out if any hold up to scrutiny.

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Chinese scientists printed e-textiles for clothing that can harness energy from movement. Researchers in the US 3D printed joint implants using material that mimics a cartilage-to-bone structure. Some even figured out a way to print scaffolding for cells that could revolutionize cultured cells. Finally, researchers figured out how to automate a system for storing data in DNA, which could solve our massive data-storage problem.

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Brain Disease Breakthrough and Women's Brains on Birth Control
Neuroscientists have long argued over when our brains stop producing new neurons, a new study may put that debate to rest and reveal ways to combat brain diseases. Mice might unlock the secret of what happens to our brain when we're hallucinating. We don't know what the long-term impacts oral contraception has on the brain, so why are researchers only now trying to find out?

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New Laws RESTRICT Social Media Content, Censorship or Safety?
Various countries are taking different approaches to combat rampant 'fake news,' but some laws may have unintended consequences. Some researchers are turning to AI and machine-learning systems to identify fake news.

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VENGEFUL Gods and Moral Changes in Societies
New research shows that complex societies tend to see moralizing Gods when population reaches a million people. Another study shows that values in English-speaking countries have fluctuated in the last hundred years or so.
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Robo-judges in Estonia? Automation Will Replace MILLIONS of Jobs
New reports show that one in four Europeans are open to AI making political decisions over living politicians. Estonians are finding ways to employ AI instead of government workers. Millions of jobs are at "high risk" of automation in the UK.

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Trump Supporters Celebrate Mueller Report Conclusion in NYC
A New York City rally celebrating Donald Trump drew supporters from around the country on Saturday. Emily Molli asked Trump supporters why they're demonstrating in NYC and how they feel about the conclusions of the Mueller Report.

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Fighting Superbugs, Sex Differences in Medicine, Scientific Breakthroughs
Today we look at some big strides in medical science, including antibiotics, virus reactivation in astronauts, pain treatment in women, and DNA that causes regeneration.

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Saving Dogs From Certain Death, Daring Animal Rescues
Good News! Australia is banning animal-testing data from being used by cosmetics companies. A lab in Michigan that was force-feeding beagles pesticides ended the study after an undercover investigation by the Humane Society. A good samaritan and a helicopter crew carried out dog rescues, conservationists are trying to help cougar populations in California, and a man compiled the best cat videos for a Cat Video Film Festival that's raising money for shelters and getting cats adopted.

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Saving Dogs From Certain Death, Daring Animal Rescues
Good News! Australia is banning animal-testing data from being used by cosmetics companies. A lab in Michigan that was force-feeding beagles pesticides ended the study after an undercover investigation by the Humane Society. A good samaritan and a helicopter crew carried out dog rescues, conservationists are trying to help cougar populations in California, and a man compiled the best cat videos for a Cat Video Film Festival that's raising money for shelters and getting cats adopted.

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Companies Take OUR Faces Without Consent!?
Facial Recognition technologies are developing rapidly because they scrape online photos for information. Today we look at how the technology is being implemented in the US and by police departments as well as what's in store for the future of this biometric authentication technique.

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Companies Take OUR Faces Without Consent!?
Facial Recognition technologies are developing rapidly because they scrape online photos for information. Today we look at how the technology is being implemented in the US and by police departments as well as what's in store for the future of this biometric authentication technique.

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Students Strike in THOUSANDS of Cities Worldwide
Over a million students skipped school to protest inaction against climate change in the Fridays for Future movement started by 15 year old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg. Emily Molli went on the ground in Chicago to interview students and a teacher about these movements.

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Physicists REVERSED TIME?! Major Science Breakthroughs on Pi Day
Physicists were able to reverse time for a fraction of a second using a quantum computer. Researchers have discovered that sound waves can carry amounts of mass: the larger the sound, the greater the mass. Scientists think they might be able to find dark matter in rocks buried deep underground. A Google employee broke the record for calculating the digits of pi. Happy Pi day!

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TrashTag goes VIRAL, Fighting Plastics and Pollution Worldwide
As the UN meets to talk about combating pollution, countries are banning single-use plastic, marine drones are cleaning bodies of water, and people around the world are cleaning their communities.

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Internet's Inventor WARNS Of Greedy Companies and Government Control
Sir Tim Berners-Lee created the proposal for the world wide web 30 years ago and yesterday published an open letter outlining its dysfunctions and where it needs to head in the future. We also talk about Russians protesting government restrictions on the internet, updates to net neutrality, and legislation concerning smart device security.

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MILLIONS Flee Facebook, Zuckerberg Promises to do Better... Again
Zuckerberg wants a second chance keeping your data private as teens and millennials leave Facebook en masse. Facebook is turning to end-to-end encrypted messaging as well as other services in a new platform.

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