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Adam Trigg on paddling from the Gulf of Mexico to the Arctic Ocean—just for the adventure of it all
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School cuts ties with Bruce Monk after four women allege he took inappropriate photos of them
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To get attention and votes in the 2016 presidential campaign, candidates will need to be more tech-savvy than ever—and ruthless, too