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    A venomous snake trafficking ring is busted, a real working tractor beam, your TV is spying on you and the zombie fungus inspiration for "The Last of Us."

    Huge Venomous Snake Trafficking Ring Busted in Florida

    Huge Venomous Snake Trafficking Ring Busted in Florida

    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) has filed charges against eight individuals, accusing them of partaking in an illegal …

    6 doctors swallowed Lego heads for science. Here's what came out : Short Wave

    6 doctors swallowed Lego heads for science. Here's what came out : Short Wave

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    NPR - Regina G. Barber , Margaret Cirino , Gabriel Spitzer

    Editor's note: This episode contains frequent and mildly graphic mentions of poop. It may cause giggles in children, and certain adults. When Dr. Andy Tagg was a toddler, he swallowed a Lego piece. Actually, two, stuck together. "I thought, well, just put it in your mouth and try and get your teeth …

    Your TV is spying on you, but you can stop it

    Your TV is spying on you, but you can stop it

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    USA TODAY - Kim Komando

    Fun fact: The first Compaq Portable computer shipped in 1983 and cost more than $8,400 in today’s dollars. Wow, times have changed. Still, your computer is a significant investment, and you want it to perform well for years. Tap or click for my five-minute fix to speed up your PC. You don't have to …

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