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  1. 329 // That’s how many street-level newsstands still exist in New York City.

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  2. Cannabis is sold under names that imply standardized varieties, the same way you can buy Xtra Sweet corn or a Bushel Boy tomato. But science doesn’t really work that way.

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  3. In Gloomhaven, “players will take on the role of a wandering mercenary with their own special set of skills and their own reasons for traveling to this remote corner of the world."

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  4. 46% of registered voters said a candidate’s position on guns will be a major factor in their vote in the 2018 elections.

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  5. How to cross the street =>

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  6. This time has been different.

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  7. Players have crowned a new best board game — and it may be tough to topple.

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  8. About half of the country believes the chances of stricter gun laws passing Congress are poor.

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  9. Republicans have demographic problems, and Democrats have Electoral College problems.

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  10. These researchers have been trying to stop school shootings for 20 years.

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  11. Here's why that Maui Wowie doesn't hit you the same way every time.

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  12. What would it take to bring down the number of gun deaths in America?

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  14. Do you know where America stands on guns?

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  15. An indoor farm in Xichang, China, is producing 6 billion cockroaches per year.

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  16. Eli Manning deserves better.

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  17. Republicans *and* Democrats should be worried about 2020.

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  18. There might have been more breaches of election services providers that the public doesn’t know about.

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  19. Is President Trump above the law?

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    Social science and activism once helped move the needle on conceptualizing sexual harassment as a legal term. But that legal conception has limits. Building on frameworks that add nuance to harassing behaviors is a way we could move the conversation again

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