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New charges on Julian Assange threaten all of the press, scientists have figured out how to alter emotional memories, and Memorial Day is coming. Here's the news you need to know, in two minutes or less.
New charges unveiled by the Justice Department against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange paint a troublesome picture for him—and for all journalists. The charges claim Assange was in violation of the Espionage Act when he published classified information, but that charge has never been successfully applied to a leak before. No matter how you feel about Assange, it's important to note: If the DOJ can bring that charge against him, it can bring it against anyone.
Testing - Mice - Scientists - Makeup - Memories
Through extensive testing on mice, scientists believe they have figured out the makeup of emotional memories. This discovery could lead to the capability of manipulating memories in humans: Anything from enhancing your memory of...
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