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The Tragic Death of a Secret Gamer

Until he was diagnosed with cancer, “Allied” lived a double life.

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How Family Separation Traumatized Children

An unflinching look at one family's experience being forcibly separated at the U.S.-Mexico border.

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Norway’s First-Ever Rural Pride Parade

Despite protests, a celebration of Pride in small-town Norway draws thousands of supporters.

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Die. Freeze Body. Store. Revive.

Cryonicists are banking on the idea that future technology will allow preserved bodies to be brought back to life.

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‘Holy Shit, We’re in a Cult’

EnlightenNext was an organization that promised spiritual awakening. Instead, it turned into a complicated, often-sinister community.

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The Next Wave of Climate Refugees

In the Indian Sundarbans, climate change threatens to destroy an important ecosystem, and a region populated by tens of millions.

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Meth-Addicted Mothers and Child Abuse

In Fresno, California, experts attribute a rising incidence of child abuse to the region’s alarming meth addiction rates.

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‘Recycling Is Like a Band-Aid on Gangrene’

A Canadian lab that conducts research on microplastics interrogates the scientific method.

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He Served the Longest Sentence of Any Innocent U.S. Inmate

A man who was wrongfully imprisoned for 40 years shares how he maintained his identity.

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Tipping Doesn't Work: Why Do Americans Still Do It?

The short history (and backward logic) of gratuity

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Can School Integration Make a Comeback?

The U.S. government is currently placing the burden of desegregation on parents. Here's why that may not work.

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