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Facebook Prepares To Launch New Video Streaming Service

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Google-Funded Think Tank Fires Scholar Who Criticized Tech Giant

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Morning News Brief: Harvey Weakens, Sanctuary Cities Ruling

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Tech Giant Google Finds Itself In Another Free-Speech Controversy

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Ben Hansen (left) watches data on a hand-held device as Pittsburgh Pirates prospect Matt Benedict throws a ball. Benedict is wearing sensors that recorded 39 sets of measurements. Tamara Lush/AP hide caption

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What's Up Those Baseball Sleeves? Lots Of Data, And Privacy Concerns

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Democratic congressional candidate Regina Bateson (left) speaks with local resident Paige Stauss outside a public library in Granite Bay, Calif., following a campaign event. Aarti Shahani/NPR hide caption

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Thinking Of Running For Office? A Website Lets You Test The Waters

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Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church in Houston came under scrutiny for not opening its doors to evacuees from Hurricane Harvey. The former basketball arena seats 16,000 people. Jorge Sanhueza-Lyon/KUT hide caption

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How Moldy Hay And Sick Cows Led To A Lifesaving Drug

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People make their way out of a flooded neighborhood in Houston on Monday. Many people are turning to social media for help. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Facebook, Twitter Replace 911 Calls For Stranded In Houston

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Expedia's Dara Khosrowshahi Picked As Uber's New CEO

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While many women experience miscarriage, few talk about it openly. But researchers have found there is discussion and a lot of sharing happening on social media. Their hope is that greater public discourse will help reduce stigma and the sense of isolation that some women feel. Sara Wong for NPR hide caption

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