Smart Cities sign in New York City.

Smart Cities Creator: It's Time For US To Take The Next Step

Worldwide, cities are beginning to use smart tech to their advantage. At Smart Cities New York, U.S. leaders are getting their shot.


3:33A man smokes crack under a bridge where he lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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The Drug Epidemic That Ruled The '80s

1:40A member of New York's Sikh community
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Radio Hosts Suspended After Calling Sikh State AG 'Turban Man'

3:40Lilian Martinez and her 5-year-old son
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Moms Helping Moms: How Mothers Reunited A Migrant Family In A Day

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NYC Group Allows Drug Users To Safely Inject In Bathrooms

3:56Plastic straws
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Why Plastic Straw Bans Aren't Inclusive

5:12Employees at The Corner Project pick up used syringes in the snow in an effort to keep the parks in the area safe.

Group Brings Health Care To The Streets For Those Battling Addiction


Up For Debate: Do Video Games Make Us Smarter?

1:31Blockbuster Video Rental Store

One Last Blockbuster Store Left Standing

3:02Jewish baby
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Circumcision Is Controversial, But It's Not The Norm Everywhere

2:46Family in Washington D.C.
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Your Parents' Financial Success Might Determine Yours

3:27The 3D Printed Liberator Gun
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This Man Made It Possible (And Maybe Legal) To 3D Print Guns

3:41Mary Kong-Devito
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Dream Jobs: Restaurant E-Impresario

5:53Mariana Ibarra with her son in El Paso, Texas
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A Mother's Journey From Violence In Mexico To Legal Limbo In The US

3:00Pregnant woman
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Big Families Are Out; Education And Income Are In

3:10Still from "Duck and Cover" PSA
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'The Atomic Age': How The Era Of Nuclear Anxiety Affects Us Today

2:59Game enthusiasts and industry personnel play 'Battlefield 5' during the Electronic Entertainment Expo E3.
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The Evolution Of Video Games

3:15People hold their hands up at Seattle Center during the March for Our Lives rally on March 24, 2018.

Younger Generations Are Leading The Movements For Change

2:19School buses are lined up in front of Great Mills High School after a shooting on March 20, 2018 in Great Mills, Maryland.

The Number Of School Resource Officers Is Growing

4:32Mo Paul
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Dream Jobs: Antiquer

2:00San Diego Comic-Con photo booth
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San Diego Comic-Con's Origin Story Involved More Than Just Comic Books

4:05Makeup brushes in a cup

Dream Jobs: Hair And Makeup Artist

2:46"Sorry To Bother You" film poster
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Code-Switching: A Linguistic Phenomenon And The Focus Of A New Film

2:25Lauren Ridloff and Kenny Leon in 2018.
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Director Kenny Leon Had Much To Learn From Deaf Actress Lauren Ridloff

2:36Gayle Jessup White, Monticello's community engagement officer
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Touring Jefferson's Monticello — With A Descendant Of Sally Hemings

4:40Rosana Vollmerhausen
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Dream Jobs: Personal Stylist

Image from the video series "Yappie" by Wong Fu Productions
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How One Independent Film Company Tackles Diverse Storytelling


Up For Debate: As We Evolve, Do We Still Need Religion?

2:19McDonald's employee
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Teens Are Waiting Longer To Get A Job — And That Affects All Of Us


Millennials Have Their Own Style Of Parenting

2:57Rihanna attends Sephora loves Fenty Beauty by Rihanna launch event on April 5, 2018 in Milan, Italy.

Rihanna Is Creating A New Standard For The Beauty Industry