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Gaze Upon the Mother Shrimp That Punches Its Enemies to Death
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It’s colorful. It’s feisty. And you don’t want to mess with it.






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'Devil's Ivy' Vulnerability Could Afflict Millions of Internet-Connected Cameras and Card Readers
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An obscure bug in 34 companies’ physical secure gadgets could leave them open to hackers.






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Amazon Bursts Blue Apron's Bubble, as the Market Checks Tech's Hype
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As Amazon launches a Blue Apron competitor, and Snap’s stock plummets, a bubble is deflating.






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Big Pharma Buys Into Crowdsourcing for Drug Discovery
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The Structural Genomics Consortium encourages pharma companies and academics to put all their cards on the table in the interest of speeding up drug research.






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Ted Cruz Asks Space Capitalists How to Make Orbit Great Again
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Last Thursday, a bunch of space capitalists met with a bunch of senators to talk policy.






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Viceland Keeps Growing—But In What Direction?
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The young network’s flagship shows are back for a second season. Is there room for them in today’s fragmented media landscape?






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How Climate Change Denial Threatens National Security
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Last week, military officials described how climate change would escalate instability across the globe and make it harder for the US military to conduct its operations.






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Firms Pledge to Stamp Out Sexual Harassment. Sounds Familiar
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We already have a case study for when VCs promise progress, and it doesn’t look good.






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'Game of Thrones' Recap: When Vengeance Becomes Your God
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The problem with revenge is that it’s never enough. The past, as the women of Westeros know, is forever.






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