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  • These College Students Built a Hyperloop Pod... Here's What Happened

    Elon Musk's Hyperloop Pod Competition challenges students to design the future of travel. And for one team, this year was about redemption.

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  • Who Will Lead The Western World In 2017?

    Major political shakeups and populist uprisings have shifted the seats of power in the western world. So who will lead in 2017?

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  • Trump's Attack On Sanctuary Cities Explained

    Trump has threatened to cut off federal funding for cities that resist immigration enforcement. So what exactly are these sanctuary cities?

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  • Ponzi vs. Pyramid Scheme: What's The Difference?

    While con-artists sound like they belong in the past, many modern charlatans trick victims with ponzi schemes. So what is a ponzi scheme?

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  • Will The Philippines 'Break Up' With The U.S.?

    Philippine President Duterte has made some fiery speeches against the U.S. So what is going to happen to the U.S.-Philippines relationship?

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  • Can Africa Overcome Its Corruption Problem?

    In 2015, six African countries were listed as some of the world's most corrupt countries. So how can the continent curb corruption?

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  • How Powerful Is Hawaii?

    57 years ago Hawaii became a state, but many push for its independence. So if the archipelago were to stand alone, how powerful would it be?

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  • How Saudi Arabia Exports Ultra-Conservative Islam

    Saudi Arabia's state sponsored religion is Wahhabism, an ultra-conservative form of Islam. How is the country spreading Wahhabism globally?

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  • Australia's Brutal Offshore Detention Center Revealed

    In 2016, leaked documents revealed the awful truth about how Australia detains asylum seekers. So what happens in these detention centers?

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  • Why Do Tourists Vacation In War Zones?

    Warfare and tourism aren't typically thought to go hand in hand. So why is it that many still visit countries in the midst of conflict?

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