Why did Hillary Clinton lose the election? | IN 60 SECONDS

Why did Hillary Clinton lose the election? | IN 60 SECONDS

Hillary Clinton unexpectedly lost the states of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Iowa. Those are states that have gone Democratic in past elections. The question is, why did they switch this time? The reasons really, you can look for them in the “out states” of those regions, in central and western Pennsylvania, outside Pittsburgh and […]

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High School Quiz Show – The Championship: Advanced Math & Science vs. Lexington (715)

High School Quiz Show – The Championship: Advanced Math & Science vs. Lexington (715)

>>Coming up, it’s theHigh School Quiz Showchampionship, with Lexington High School! (applause) Taking on Advanced Math and Science Academy! (applause) That’s next onHigh School Quiz Show!♪ ♪>>Buying insurance shouldn’t be a race against time. These are the most important assets you’re protecting. You can talk to an independent agent about Safety Insurance. We’ll help you […]

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How Close Are We to Replacing Humans With Robots?

How Close Are We to Replacing Humans With Robots?

[TRACE] There are lots of different types of robots; insect robots, animal robots, jellyfish robots, toy robots, cooking robots, military robots..sex robots? An android is a human-like robot…it looks like a human, talks like a human, it acts like a human. Androids are the pinnacle of robotics and artificial intelligence. Successfully building an android is […]

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What’s in the $1.4 trillion federal spending bill

What’s in the $1.4 trillion federal spending bill

JUDY WOODRUFF: As the new year begins, Washington is in a much different place than a year ago, when the government was in the middle of the longest shutdown in history and Congress was crippled by disagreements on spending. Before leaving town for the holidays, lawmakers came together on a huge spending bill. Nick Schifrin […]

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After the college admissions scandal: A modest proposal | IN 60 SECONDS

After the college admissions scandal: A modest proposal | IN 60 SECONDS

The Department of Justice has uncovered a sprawling college admissions scandal. While condemnation has justifiably rained down on the rich parents who paid bribes, the colleges in question are equally culpable. College staff were complicit in these schemes or asleep at the switch. These same colleges won’t abolish legacy admissions or stop reserving seats for […]

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