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    Trump says it's 'up to States' to decide whether to arm teachers in schools /Link

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    Geno Smith appeared to join Kyrie Irving in embracing flat Earth conspiracies, and the internet went nuts /Link

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    Democrats release their declassified rebuttal to the Nunes memo /Link

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    Jennifer Lawrence clears up her relationship to Kim Kardashian: 'It's probably a one-sided friendship' /Link

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    Henry Blodget: Will arming teachers guns help stop school shootings? /Link

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    The Trump administration is turning its back on Iranian Christians /Link

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    The B-2 stealth bomber made its first overseas deployment 20 years ago — here's why it's still one of the most feared aircraft in the sky /Link

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    Paul Manafort got caught allegedly committing bank fraud because he didn't know how to convert a PDF to a Word document /Link

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    47 documentaries on Netflix right now that will make you smarter /Link

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    'The Walking Dead' actor sings a heartbreakingly funny goodbye song for his son on the show /Link

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    The toughest transition for NBA rookies is one of the most basic aspects of the game /Link

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    9 questions the most interesting people ask to cut through small talk /Link

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    America's voting machines are so old that they could be easily hacked /Link

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    The rise of Dropbox CEO Drew Houston, who is taking his $10 billion company public years after Steve Jobs said he would destroy it /Link