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Family Of Unaccounted For USS Oklahoma Sailor Wouldn't 'Let Him Go'
Edward Hopkins was on the USS Oklahoma when it was attacked in Pearl Harbor, and was one of hundreds buried as an unknown. His family is grateful for the decision to try to ID some of the remains.
The Hidden FM Radio Inside Your Pocket, And Why You Can't Use It
Most smartphones have a built-in FM chip. But whether or not it's activated is in the hands of the mobile carriers, who profit when you stream radio. The broadcast industry is pushing to change this.
The Story Behind Mark Ronson's Hit Song 'Uptown Funk'
The producer says there was a moment when his co-writers thought, "Maybe this song wasn't meant to be." He also describes working with Amy Winehouse and Bruno Mars.
On YouTube, A Global Archive Of Daily Life, Both Humble And Transcendent
The video-sharing website is now 10 years old. YouTube estimates that each day 432,000 hours of video gets posted on the service: a stunning record of our current civilization.
How The South Korean Government Made K-pop A Thing
K-pop — or Korean pop — makes its latest move toward the center of American pop culture with Nickelodeon's new show, Make It Pop. But beyond "Gangnam Style," how did K-pop evolve?
In Record Drought, Calif. Golf Course Ethically Keeps Greens Green
Golf courses are water hogs, and that thirst is especially notable as California's drought grows in severity. At Pelican Hill, a top golf course near Los Angeles, water conservation is an obsession.
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