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Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) talks to Chuck Todd about new abortion restrictions and about threats from Iran, during an exclusive interview with Meet the Press. Full Cotton: Abortion laws 'are moral questions'
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In 2017, Josiah Zayner injected himself with the gene-editing technology CRISPR at a biotech conference, live-streaming the experiment. It was the highest-profile stunt for the biohacking celebrity, who
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