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'Mr. Robot,' college coddling, writing apologies08/27/15
The new show 'Mr. Robot' tackles hacker stereotypes, experts say Millennials are thin-skinned by adulthood, rules for writing meaningful apologies.
The Dow and personal finance, family dinners, Hurricane...
How the latest stock market conditions could impact your personal finance, the state of the family dinner, Black Lives Matter origins in Hurricane Katrina.
The Dow, 'Digging for Fire,' breakups and men
A look at the stock markets, Jake Johnson talks new film 'Digging for Fire,' men take breakups harder than you think, study finds.
A family's journey through asylum, new black leaders,...
Take Two follows one family through the asylum process, America's next black leaders, the history of Jello (that may surprise you).
Latino vs. Hispanic, damaged brands, Ashley Madison hack
Latino vs. Hispanic -- one cartoonist illustrated the difference, should brands hitch themselves to spokespeople, the precedent set by the Ashley Madison hackers.
Taxing tech company food, Joe Domanick, California's...
The IRS is looking into taxing tech company meals, Joe Domanick's new book, how much longer can California last in the drought?
Amazon's workplace culture, 'Fresh Prince' adaptation,...
Will the claims about Amazon's work culture deter customers? Making the 'Fresh Prince' concept relevant, 'Straight Outta Compton' and film diversity.
White House tackles heroin, Star Wars at Disneyland,...
The White House announces a plan to tackle heroin use in the U.S., Disneyland announces Star Wars Land, Jose Huizar and the Jordan Downs project.
3 years of DACA, US transgender deaths, the music of NWA
A check-in with young DACA recipients, the US sees its 13th homicide of a transgender person this year, how NWA inspired modern rap.
Women and the GOP, LGBT YouTube, Perseid shower
The GOP's tricky relationship with female voters, the YouTube staffer who does outreach for the LGBT community, best places to see the Perseid meteor shower.
50 years after the Watts Riots: a look at the community's...
Fifty years after the riots, Take Two broadcasts live from the Watts with conversations about its history, art and people, and the community today.
Ferguson: one year later, use of the term 'illegal...
An assessment one year after a police shooting in Missouri rocked the nation, more debate over "illegal immigrant," Tacopedia.
Voting Rights Act at 50, more concern about hacked cars,...
A half century later, the Voting Rights Act still faces challenges, more cars have security flaws that allow them to be hacked, does the public really want VR?
Debt shaming presidential candidates, Latino caucuses,...
Should the personal finances of presidential candidates matter to voters? The Latino influence in Iowa's early caucuses, game companies turn attention to e-sports.
Obama's energy plan challenged, letting kids fail, Tuesday...
A legal challenge is imminent for President Barack Obama's plan to cut emissions, teaching kids to be resilient by failing, new music from Mac DeMarco.
Obama and climate, living without technology, 'Dark Places'
The White House releases a plan for new regulations on greenhouse gas emissions, a social experiment on living tech-free, the new film, 'Dark Places.'
The appeal of Bernie Sanders, lead in Malaysia Air crash,...
The improbably rise of Bernie Sanders, new clues in last year's disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines jet, Sturgis motorcycle rally turns 75
Pell Grants for prisoners, Mexico soccer, transgender...
Should convicts get grants to pay college tuition? Miguel Herrera is out as coach of Mexico's national soccer team. Is this a transgender moment?
Consensus builds on sentencing laws, black women & the...
More agreement that mandatory sentence laws need to be reformed, a study looks at how police treat black women, and Tuesday Reviews Day.
Bill Cosby accusers on magazine cover, transgender models
New York Magazine's latest cover features the women who have accused Bill Cosby of sexual crimes, a modeling agency for transgender people in LA.
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