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A new look at existing data by LSU researchers refutes the Trump administration's claims.
A new study finds that some people just want privacy.
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A new study examines the under-researched area of water theft around the world.
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It turns out big ideas don't always fit in sign-sized slogans.
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Over 800 prisoners in Texas relate their experiences.
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No harm done this time, but it's an ominous occurrence.
The social media company's recent transparency report claimed that it had taken down a staggering number of fake accounts — but it's unlikely they're catching them all.
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