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This facial recognition software doesn't just analyze the age a person's face appears — it also predicts how long that person will live.
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There’s a logjam in the Nationals outfield and it could get more complicated next year with Michael A. Taylor playing like he’s ready for a big league shot.
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The Palestinian militant Islamist group is burrowing underground to carry out attacks, the Israeli military says.
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Understanding the global hospitality and tourism marketplace is a must for any job in the field. D.C.-area master’s programs offer an array of experiences in the industry to help students build solid résumés.