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🇺🇸 Rust Recklessness

Plus, this is the most grown crop in the US, and it's not one that anyone can eat.

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🇺🇸 The Bots Are Here

Plus, why $4 per gallon gas may return...

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🇺🇸 Memphis Mourning

Plus, redheads aren’t going extinct.

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🇺🇸 Payback

Plus, are we in a rolling recession?

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🇺🇸 Tank You

Plus, dog-walkers are making how much in New York City?

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🇺🇸 Sunshine State History Debate

Plus, the mystery of the world’s oldest billboard.

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🇺🇸 California Chaos

Plus, the number one phrase that makes relationships successful.

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🇺🇸 Misplaced Papers

Plus, why are thousands of churches closing across the US every year?

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🇺🇸 Cooking With Gas

Plus, here’s why some World War II soldiers wore ropes around their torsos.

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🇺🇸 Meeting in the Mountains

Plus, here are 10 things you should do before 10 AM.

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🇺🇸 Shrinkage

Plus, how to retire with $2 million on a $100,000 annual salary.

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🇺🇸 Yellen is Yellin’

Plus, get paid to complete Dry January.

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What Is Universal Basic Income (UBI)? Pros & Cons

Universal basic income (UBI) is an assistance program in which the federal government provides regular payouts to citizens regardless of…

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Gay Marriage: Pros, Cons, and Where Both Parties Stand

Gay marriage, also known as same-sex marriage, has been legal in the US since 2015. Learn what both parties think…

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Freedom of Religion in the US: History & Key Arguments

Religious liberty (freedom of religion) is a fundamental right in the Bill of Rights. We break down the history, key…

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What is “Court Packing”? [History, Modern Day & Pros/Cons]

Court packing is a controversial proposal for the seats on the Supreme Court to be increased above the current limit…

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Should College Athletes Be Paid? The Pros and Cons

Should college athletes be paid is a question that evokes mixed opinions across the board. Here are the pros and…

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US Legal Drinking Age: History and How it Compares

The legal drinking age in the United States has a long and storied history. Here's an overview and comparison to…

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Controversial Topics: America’s Top Issues of 2022

There are many controversial topics in the United States. Here are the ones that will continue to dominate headlines in…

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Civics: What Americans Need to Know

Civics is the study of the rights and duties of citizenship, including how citizens shape law and government.

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Immigration Pros and Cons: What Both Parties Think

Immigration pros and cons spark fierce debates on the homefront and beyond. Let's explore the basics and dueling partisan viewpoints.

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Unions Pros and Cons: Where Both Parties Stand Today

Unions pros and cons sharply divide the right and left at the local, state, and national levels. Dive into the…

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Gun Control Pros and Cons: Where Both Parties Stand

Pros and cons of gun control remain a deeply divisive issue in American politics. Here's where both parties currently stand.

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Fracking Pros and Cons: Where Both Parties Stand

Fracking Pros and Cons remain a hotly debated subject as economic gains and environmental concerns clash. Here's where both parties…

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Flag Facts

America’s Oldest Town Is Not in the Northeast

Did you know that America's oldest town is located in the Sunshine State?

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What percent of Americans do not have a will?

Dying without a will can cause all sorts of problems for families

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What is a clinical trial?

A health policy expert explains

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What are Asian giant hornets, and are they really dangerous?

A entomologist who's been stung by one explains what's true about these predatory insects

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What is misophonia? It affects one out of every six people

Do you suffer from sound rage?

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Is there an optimal time of day to work out?

The best time is the time you’ll actually do it

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Can your pets get coronavirus, and can you catch it from them?

Just to be safe, your pets should follow the same social distancing rules as everyone else.

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Will Coronavirus fade away during the summer?

Winter is flu season – could it be coronavirus season as well?

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Could deliberately transmitting COVID-19 to another person send you to prison for life?

The application of a law like this is unclear and could cause unnecessary worry

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What does the coronavirus do to your body that makes it so deadly?

The new coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, is particularly skilled at keeping cells from calling out for help

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Should we wear masks or not? An expert sorts through the confusion

The CDC is reconsidering its policy about the widespread public's use of masks. Here are the facts

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Why your brain never runs out of problems to find

It's a psychological quirk that when something becomes rarer, people may spot it in more places than ever

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