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    The Current | Aug 26, 2015

    What happens when college football players are accused of rape in an American town where college football is king? According to writer Jon Krakauer, what happened in Missoula, Montana, is happening in cities and towns across North America, every day.

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    As It Happens | Aug 25, 2015

    A Mississauga man says he can't stop using fentanyl because the high makes him indescribably happy. While he understands the risks associated with using fentanyl, he says that he believes that he can use the drug safely.

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    Q | Aug 26, 2015

    Sex advice columnist Dan Savage shares his thoughts on the Ashley Madison hack and what it says about shame and extramarital affairs.

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    The Doc Project | Aug 26, 2015

    For two years, Rick Rogers has been on a mission to get to the truth about his daughter's death. Now, Rick's search for answers could end up changing the way the military investigates a soldier's death.

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    Spark | Feb 22, 2015

    Researchers have developed an algorithm that gives you a psychological reading based on your Facebook likes — a reading so accurate, they claim, it could know you better than your closest friends. Contributor Lily Ames puts the algorithm to the test.

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