An inquiry into one recent scandal reveals how kids think about sexting—and what parents and police should do about it.
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How self-driving vehicles took off
The organizations, technologies, and people behind Google's autonomous vehicles
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The country's intensifying efforts to redraw maritime borders have its neighbors, and the U.S., fearing war. But does the aggression reflect a government growing in power—or one facing a crisis of legitimacy?
A crop of books by disillusioned physicians reveals a corrosive doctor-patient relationship at the heart of our health-care crisis.
It’s an obvious problem for Democrats—and perhaps an even larger one for Republicans.
The active voice isn’t always the best choice.
Ambition made Jim Koch, the head of Sam Adams, a billionaire. It also opened America to a craft-beer renaissance.
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How childhood influences churchgoing
Michael Caplin's quest to transform the quintessential edge city
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A new chain of themed restaurants catches on in Spain.
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