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Gab Server Subpoenaed By Pennsylvania Attorney General

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Splitting Amazon's second headquarters between two locations would dilute the company's original promise of a megadeal, but it could also relieve Amazon of being blamed for worsening traffic and increased housing prices. David Ryder/Getty Images hide caption

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Right-Wing Hate Groups Are Recruiting Video Gamers

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Tetris and other absorbing brain games can get you into a "flow" state that relieves stress. Mary Mathis/NPR hide caption

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Can't Stop Worrying? Try Tetris To Ease Your Mind

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Voters May Tax Tech Companies To Fight Homelessness

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James Bridle: What Do Kids' Videos on YouTube Reveal About the Internet's Dark Side?

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Yuval Noah Harari: Could Big Data Destroy Liberal Democracy?

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Yasmin Green: How Did The Internet Become A Platform For Hate Groups?

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Kashmir Hill: Do Your Smart Devices Know Too Much?

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Edward Tenner: Can We View Technology's Unintended Consequences In A Positive Light?

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