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Superb Article About Photography That Will Really Educate You

One way that many people use to express their creativity, is through photography. With photography, you can use a camera to capture moments in life through ways that many people

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In Remote Areas With No Internet, High-Speed Connections Come from Safe Beams of Light

A tech project has developed a way of bringing fiber optic-speed internet to the most remote and mountainous parts of India and Kenya. Their plan is to blast beams of

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Honest Homebuyers Return Coins Worth $15,000 That Had Been Hidden and Forgotten

When a South Carolina couple recently sold what had been their ‘dream house’, they were sure they had tied up all the loose ends before the sale. Repairs had been

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Family’s Dachshund and Speedy Tortoise Playing Football Together

This is not your normal game of fetch—although this speedy tortoise would surely be up for one. Rudy Janssens found the tortoise while walking around in a small Belgian forest,

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New Citizen App Lets Small-Scale Fishermen Catch Illegal Trawlers

If fish stocks off the Ghanaian coast were to collapse, it would put the livelihoods of millions of people at risk, but a new app that lets local fishermen photograph

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If You Feel Like Things Are Falling Apart, They Are Probably Actually Coming Together

Most of us don’t relish change—and we’d rather remain stuck inside a cocoon than fly like a butterfly. This excerpt by Tama Kieves, from her recent book Thriving Through Uncertainty:

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Authorities investigating death of Black teen in Louisiana as homicide

Authorities are investigating the death of Black teenager Quawan “Bobby” Charles, whose body was found in a Louisiana sugar cane field, as a homicide, they said. “Just as we do

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L.A. Dodgers Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda hospitalized

Former Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda, a member of the Hall of Fame, has been hospitalized, the team said in a statement Sunday. Lasorda, 93, was admitted to a

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