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'The Atomic Age': How The Era Of Nuclear Anxiety Affects Us Today

July 16 is the anniversary of the first successful atomic bomb test.


2:59Game enthusiasts and industry personnel play 'Battlefield 5' during the Electronic Entertainment Expo E3.
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The Evolution Of Video Games

3:15People hold their hands up at Seattle Center during the March for Our Lives rally on March 24, 2018.

Younger Generations Are Leading The Movements For Change

2:19School buses are lined up in front of Great Mills High School after a shooting on March 20, 2018 in Great Mills, Maryland.

The Number Of School Resource Officers Is Growing

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Dream Jobs: Antiquer

2:00San Diego Comic-Con photo booth
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San Diego Comic-Con's Origin Story Involved More Than Just Comic Books

4:05Makeup brushes in a cup

Dream Jobs: Hair And Makeup Artist

2:46"Sorry To Bother You" film poster
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Code-Switching: A Linguistic Phenomenon And The Focus Of A New Film

2:25Lauren Ridloff and Kenny Leon in 2018.
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Director Kenny Leon Had Much To Learn From Deaf Actress Lauren Ridloff

2:36Gayle Jessup White, Monticello's community engagement officer
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Touring Jefferson's Monticello — With A Descendant Of Sally Hemings

4:40Rosana Vollmerhausen
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Dream Jobs: Personal Stylist

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How One Independent Film Company Tackles Diverse Storytelling


Up For Debate: As We Evolve, Do We Still Need Religion?

2:19McDonald's employee
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Teens Are Waiting Longer To Get A Job — And That Affects All Of Us


Millennials Have Their Own Style Of Parenting

2:57Rihanna attends Sephora loves Fenty Beauty by Rihanna launch event on April 5, 2018 in Milan, Italy.

Rihanna Is Creating A New Standard For The Beauty Industry

5:23Students Grabbing Books From Locker
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Youth Suicide Is On The Rise. Here's How One Organization Is Helping

5:49Founder of Picking Me Foundation
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Living With And Embracing A Skin-Picking Disorder

2:20Protesters in Chicago at a "Families Belong Together" march
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Protesters March For More Than Solving Family Separations

4:21Iris, a mother from Honduras, weeps after speaking to reporters about being separated from her six-year-old son.
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Reunions Are Elusive For Families Separated At The Southern US Border

2:48Suicide Prevention Lifeline logo
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Members Of Congress Look To Change Suicide Hotline Number

4:35U.S. Border Patrol agents take a father and son from Honduras into custody near the U.S.-Mexico border
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How Attorneys Are Using Lawsuits To Reunite Immigrant Families

5:33Tomeka Kyle registers to vote under the newly clarified Alabama "moral turpitude" law.

This Group Helps Felons In Alabama Reclaim Their Voting Rights

2:24Demi Lovato speaks about the importance of advocating for mental health during National Council's Hill Day.

Pop Culture Is Changing How We Talk About Mental Health

1:28Scene from animated film "Bao"
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Food, Family Inspired Pixar's First Female-Directed Short Film, 'Bao'


Up For Debate: Is Western Democracy Threatening Suicide?

2:05Young boy stops for a photo at Chicago's women's march in January 2018.
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#MeToo Movement: What About The Boys?

2:26Gay rights activist Vin Testa of DC, waves a flag in front of the U.S. Supreme Court building, June 26, 2013 in Washington DC

How The Rainbow Flag Became A June Staple

0:42Charles Krauthammer
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Columnist, Commentator Charles Krauthammer Dead At 68

1:52Autism Speaks Light it Up Blue Autism Awareness Celebration at Chicago Children's Museum on April 8, 2017

Few Companies Are Equipped To Hire And Work With Autistic Employees


Up For Debate: Do Millennials Stand A Chance?