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Using Facial Recognition Software

Some say it’s the law enforcement tool of the future. Others say it’s a threat to free speech and freedom of assembly. Software can now link your name to photos of your face and allow them to be accessed by Facebook friends, police and even the Department of Defense –- without your knowledge. We explore privacy concerns over the boom in facial recognition technology.

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A Photographer Gets Old — Over And Over — In 'The Many Sad Fates'

Photographer Phillip Toledano lost both his parents, an aunt and an uncle and began to wonder — what other dark turns did life have in store? He explores the possibilities in a new short film.
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This Historian Wants You To Know The Real Story Of Southern Food

Michael Twitty wants credit given to the enslaved African-Americans who were part of Southern cuisine's creation. So he goes to places like Monticello to cook meals slaves would have eaten.
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What All Those Pre-Dawn Tweets Say About Campaign Strategy

The Clinton campaign is taking both the high and low roads in responding to Trump's recent stumbles.
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#NPRreads: Two Looks At America — And One Look At America's Pastime

Correspondents, editors and producers from NPR's newsroom share the pieces that have kept them reading.

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